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Natasha Rees

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Forsters LLP

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Property Litigation.


Partner and Head of Property Litigation


Natasha has experience in all areas of commercial and residential property litigation with particular expertise in residential disputes and leasehold enfranchisement. Natasha also heads up the Forsters Enfranchisement Team. 

She advises and acts for estates, charities, commercial landlords and management companies primarily in London. She also acts for both landlords and tenants in relation to enfranchisement claims and enfranchisement related litigation including professional negligence claims. 

Natasha joined Forsters from Pinsent Masons in 2001 and became a partner in 2008. 

Natasha is on the contributory board of the Property Law Journal and regularly speaks at conferences and seminars on residential property litigation and enfranchisement.  


Law Society; Property Litigation Association.


Rugby School, Warwickshire; University of Edinburgh (1989 BSc Psychology).


Cycling, reading and tennis.

London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Natasha Rees - Forsters LLP

Within: Property litigation

The team at Forsters LLP offers ‘cost-effective advice and solutions’ and delivers ‘excellent service levels and response times’. The group specialises in forfeiture, rent arrears, dilapidations claims, lease renewals and service charge disputes. The team is praised for being ‘highly knowledgeable’ and is headed by Natasha Rees who together with Amy Jackson, is praised for being ‘extremely pleasant’ and having ‘particularly good client relationships’. Senior associates Charlotte Ross and Anna Mullins  are also singled out by clients. Ross is described as ‘a natural property litigator’ and Mullins is ‘very clever and delightful to deal with’. Partner Ben Barrison is ‘very competent in forming the strategy for securing the best outcome’ while Emma Gosling is recommended for lease renewals and recovery of possession from squatters. Will Leney arrived from Cripps LLP while Lucy Zaremba joined from Edwin Coe LLP. Rosalind Cullis departed to Kingsley Napley LLP.

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