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Boodle Hatfield LLP

240 BLACKFRIARS ROAD, LONDON, SE1 8NW, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7629 7411
Fax:
Fax 020 7629 2621
DX:
53 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Email:
Web:
www.boodlehatfield.com
London SE1, London W1K, Oxford

Colin Young

Tel:
Work 020 7629 7411
Email:
Boodle Hatfield LLP

Work Department

Litigation.

Position

Partner acting on a wide range of property and commercial matters. Has particular experience in property litigation matters for landlords, tenants, freeholders and developers. This includes strategic property management advice, breaches of covenant, rent recovery, contentious rent review, dilapidations, contentious assignments and alterations, lease renewals, both contested (especially to free up sites for development) and uncontested, trespass, tenant insolvency, and forfeiture/surrender of leases. Other areas of work include commercial disputes and licensing.

Career

Solicitor 1995-2001 Boodle Hatfield. Associate 2001-04 Boodle Hatfield. Partner 2004 Boodle Hatfield.

Member

Westminster and Holborn Law Society.

Education

Bristol University.


London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Colin Young - Boodle Hatfield LLP

Within: Property litigation

Boodle Hatfield LLP has ‘a very shrewd and experienced team’ with ‘great strength in depth’. Hailed as ‘experts’ in the field of leasehold enfranchisement, the team is headed by the ‘completely unflappableColin Young who is ‘personable, intelligent and a pleasure to deal with’. The group also has expertise in basement developments, restrictive covenants and the question of whether a property qualifies as a house. Senior associate Kellie Jones is ‘experienced, very sharp, knowledgeable and charming’ while Andrew Hindle is also recommended for rent recovery and neighbour disputes. Grosvenor, IBM UK Pension Fund and Bedford Estates are also clients.

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