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Gabrielle Roberts

Senior Associate

Home office: Taunton
Gabrielle Roberts - Property Litigation Solicitor - Taunton

Gabrielle handles a wide variety of residential landlord and tenant matters, both contentious and non-contentious, with a particular emphasis on leasehold and freehold enfranchisement and Section 20 consultation.

An experienced Enfranchisement Solicitor and Property Litigator. Specialist in leasehold and freehold enfranchisement of houses and flats. Areas of practice covers a wide variety of residential landlord and tenant matters including lease extensions, collective enfranchisement, Section 20 consultation, tenant’s right of first refusal, right to manage claims, residential block management and general tenancy issues.

Experience

  • Shasha and Rownamoor Trustees Limited as Trustees of the Placement Pension Fund v Westminster City Council, High Court of Justice QBD Planning Court [2016]EWHC 3283 (Admin)
  • WX Investments Ltd v Khalida Begg & Peter J Fraser EWHC 925 (Ch); [2002] 1 WLR 2849

Articles by Gabrielle & the property litigation team

Property litigation

The Renters Reform Bill and the loss of Section 21 notices

It is the intention that the Renters Reform Bill will abolish Section 21 notices, while strengthening landlords’ legitimate grounds for taking back their property. The proposed change is to aim to strike a balance between the rights of tenants and the rights of landlords.
Read more on The Renters Reform Bill and the loss of Section 21 notices
Property litigation

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Proposed Reforms to Benefit Homeowners in England and Wales

A new bill to reform the housing market was announced in the King’s Speech. Gabrielle Roberts, Senior Associate in Clarke Willmott’s Property Litigation team listened in to report on what was said and the potential implications that could arise from the proposed reforms.
Read more on Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Proposed Reforms to Benefit Homeowners in England and Wales

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