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Specialists in London Property Law

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One of London's leading property law firms

The Company

Ashley Wilson Solicitors is an established, boutique law firm specialising in London property law. We offer unrivalled personal service and extensive expertise developed over 30 years since our inception by senior partner Tony Wilson.

Operating from our offices in London Bridge and South Kensington we offer our services to residential, commercial and corporate clientele who require a prompt and efficient service to complete their conveyancing processes as well as a range of additional and related activities including litigation, commercial property matters, Wills, Trusts and Probate.

Our dynamic team offer an energetic approach and believe in providing the highest quality service for our clients and delivering on agreed objectives at minimal cost and disruption.

Capabilities

Our capabilities span a range of property law related areas and our team of experienced solicitors can provide you with the expert level of advice you require across the full spectrum of your property portfolio.

Residential conveyancing naturally forms a large part of our work and due to the nature of property in the capital, we are able to act on your behalf in all aspects of your property. We act for both landlords and tenants in the creation and management of tenancy agreements, dispute resolution and litigation as well as personal estate and equity based legal services.

From a commercial standpoint our expertise covers both corporate and business property portfolio management, commercial property conveyancing as well as litigation and contract disputes between landlords and commercial entities.

Our Focus
Residential Conveyancing
Litigation
Corporate Law
Wills, Trust & Probate
Lease Extensions
Collective Enfranchisement

Legal Updates

Reforms around Lease extension and freehold enfranchisement

The Government has recently reconfirmed its proposal to implement reforms in this regard in the current term of Parliament.

Law Commission recommendations to reform the Right to Manage

The Right to Manage (RTM) was introduced in 2002 giving flat owners the ability collectively TO take over the management functions in respect of their building without having to prove fault on the part of those responsible for management under their lease (usually their landlord) or paying a premium.

Residential leaseholders

This article looks at the reforms announced so far around enfranchisement, the restrictions imposed on the sale of houses of a leasehold basis and the fees charged to leaseholders for essential information needed on sale are to be limited.