Milda Venckute Paralegal

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Contact Details

Milda is a Paralegal at the Real Estate – New Homes Team based in New Kings Court in Southampton.

Main areas of practice

Milda acts for National and Regional House Builders selling new homes to buyers, including dealing with part-exchanges as part of the process.

Milda also deals with estate infrastructure and management company arrangements on development sites.

Clients

Milda acts for National and Regional House Builders as well as local Housing Associations.

Significant experience

  • New build home sales
  • Part-exchanges
  • Help to Buy 
  • Shared Ownership
  • Road and Sewer adoption agreements

Other expertise

Milda has expertise in dealing with affordable housing matters such as shared ownership and right to buy transactions.

Expertise

Related Knowledge & Resources

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Do sleep-in shifts qualify for the minimum wage?

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A Guide to Civil Penalties for Landlords

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