Nida is an Associate in the Property Litigation team, who advises on all aspects of commercial and residential property disputes.
Nida acts for a wide range of clients, from private clients to high profile PLCs, in relation to contentious commercial and residential property matters. Her mains areas of work include lease renewals (opposed and unopposed), exercising break options, dilapidations, applications for consent to assign/sublet, arrears recovery, forfeiture, trespass, rights of first refusal and enfranchisement rights. Nida also works closely with the Property team, providing strategic advice to avoid litigation where appropriate.
Nida graduated from King’s College London with an LLB in Law. She completed her legal training at BPP Law School.
- Advising landlords and tenants on the requirement for vacant possession to allow development to proceed, including opposed lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
- Acting for landlords and tenants in relation to consent to assign leases in circumstances where the landlord is unreasonably withholding consent.
- Acting for landlords and tenants on tenants’ rights of first refusal, advising on requirements and serving section 5 notices.
- Advising on and implementing strategies on behalf of landlords to remove squatters from commercial premises.
Breaches of Covenant
Insolvency of Landlords and Tenants
Member of the Law Society
Member of the Property Litigation Association
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