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Carey Olsen

PO BOX 98, CAREY HOUSE, LES BANQUES, ST PETER PORT, GY1 4BZ, GUERNSEY
Tel:
Work 01481 727272
Fax:
Fax 01481 711052
Email:
Web:
www.careyolsen.com
Carey Olsen, Davey Le Marquand, St Peter Port, GUERNSEY

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Davey Le Marquand

Tel:
Work 01481 732009
Email:
Carey Olsen

Work Department

Property Law

Position

Davey is a partner in the property department and advises on private client issues with particular expertise on property related matters including inheritance, estate and wealth management and Guernsey business matters. Davey has extensive experience of all types of Guernsey property matters covering both residential and commercial property and on taking security over real property in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. 

Davey continues to develop a large local personal client base and regularly lectures on property and private client matters to local institutions and individuals. He also has a large notarial practice providing notarial services to a wide network of institutional and private clients. 

Davey has been listed since 2014 in the Citywealth Leaders List.

Career

Admitted as solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales 1993; qualified as advocate 1995; partner Carey Olsen 1999; Notary Public 2001.

Languages

French.

Member

Co-chairman of the Guernsey Family Bar Association; member of ACTAPS; Chairman of the Guernsey Notaries Association.

Education

Manchester Metropolitan University (1990 LLB Hons); Université of Caen (Certificat d’Etudes Juridiques Françaises et Normandes).


Guernsey

Commercial property

Within: Commercial property

The ‘superb service’ at Carey Olsen ‘ticks all the boxes’ and the team ‘is constructive in resolving any conflicts which may arise’. Jason Morgan heads the practice. He and Davey Le Marquand ‘are well known as expert advisers’ in the field of commercial property; Le Marquand recently acted for a retailer in its relocation to a high-street location, and Morgan represented the lender in the refinancing and acquisition of two properties in Jersey. Senior associate John Le Tissier was part of the team overseeing a headquarters site transfer via a surrender of lease, and ‘excellent’ senior associate Rachel Jones handled a number of leasing issues pertaining to, among others, the entry of a new retailer and the opening of its first store in St Peter Port. Also notable is senior associate Allan Skirrow, who sits in the corporate and finance practice.

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