Erina Kourtis

Senior Solicitor
Contact details

020 7014 5245

Erina is a Senior Solicitor in our property litigation team. She has experience in a broad range of contentious real estate issues. Erina advises on complex landlord and tenant issues often relating to high profile clients and landmark premises.

Main areas of practice

Erina’s experience includes advising on break notices, the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, rights to light, disputes relating to cladding and fire safety, defective premises, trespass, and applications for consents and easements. Erina also has particular expertise litigating on dilapidations and service charge disputes, fraudulent transactions, professional negligence and boundary disputes.

Clients

Erina acts for a variety of national and international clients including development companies, supermarkets, leading retailers, investors, financial institutions, housing associations and property managers.

Accreditations

Erina was the winner of the Property Litigation Association’s Alan Langleben Memorial Essay Competition November 2016, presented by Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury.
Erina has authored articles for the Estates Gazette on issues concerning the law relating to property fraud and the service of break notices.

Expertise

Career

Erina completed her training contract at Dentons in 2013 and worked as an Associate in the Property Litigation team at Dentons until 2015.

Following this, Erina worked as an Associate in the Property Litigation team at Taylor Wessing and then joined Blake Morgan’s Property Litigation team in 2017 as a Senior Solicitor.

Contact details

020 7014 5245

Memberships
  • Vice Chair of the Junior Property Litigation Association.

Insights by Erina


articles

26 March - Erina Kourtis

Parliament has now put in place emergency legislation, known as the Coronavirus Act 2020, to protect residential tenants from eviction for any reason for the next three months. This includes...

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26 March - Erina Kourtis

Commercial leases often include forfeiture provisions enabling landlords to re-enter the premises where tenants have failed to pay rent for a certain period or where tenants are in breach of...

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24 March - Erina Kourtis

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, many people are now working from home and so there is an increased need to sign documents electronically. The Law Society and the City of...

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