Faye Trull Solicitor
“I am very impressed with Faye. She is unusual in that she is both efficient/professionally competent and is also very good at the relationship side of working with a client. Calm Efficiency and Noticeable Warmth are not a common combination in professional service Firms people.”
Faye works within the Residential Property team at the London office. She specialises in leasehold enfranchisement matters, acting for both landlords and tenants.
Main areas of practice
Faye's area of practice covers a wide range of enfranchisement matters including both lease extensions and collective enfranchisement claims, brought under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and/or agreed voluntarily. This includes also the assignment of lease extension claims where the leaseholder is selling their property during the currency of the claim.
She has experience in dealing with freehold house claims brought under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967 and in dealing with claims relating to the right of first refusal provisions under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987.
Faye is instructed by both landlords and tenants, including companies and private individuals who are based in the UK or abroad.
- Faye has experience in dealing with high value lease extension and statutory enfranchisement cases both against The Crown Estate and several other estates located in central London.
- Faye has also dealt with statutory lease extension projects for large groups of leaseholders seeing all extensions through to a successful completion.
- She assists clients on collective enfranchisement matters involving a large number of participating tenants. Faye also then deals with the granting of post completion voluntary lease extensions to all tenants who participated in the freehold purchase claim.
- Faye has built up key connections with surveyors specialising in this niche and technical area in order to provide high quality recommendations to her clients.
“You’ve been extremely professional and helpful and I wouldn’t hesitate in using you again or recommending you to others.”
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