Sarah Finch

Sarah Finch is a Partner in the Real Estate Litigation Team

Sarah’s practice covers the full range of commercial landlord and tenant real property law. She acts in an advisory capacity, undertakes general management work for investor landlords and tenants and also conducts larger pieces of litigation in the county and high courts. In the landlord and tenant arena this includes business lease renewals (opposed and unopposed), dilapidations, telecoms disputes and tenant breach (including forfeiture and injunctive relief). Sarah’s real property work covers, amongst other things, advice and litigation in relation to easements (including rights to light), restrictive covenants and trespass both in terms of squatters and boundary disputes.

She specialises in residential real estate litigation, with a particular focus on leasehold enfranchisement, rights of first refusal and service and estate rent charge disputes. Her role is to provide advice, run lease extension and collective enfranchisement claims and conduct larger pieces of litigation in the courts and tribunals. Her clients include ground rent investor landlords, overseas investors and high net worth individuals. Sarah’s experience in both the commercial and residential sectors means she is able to provide a full service to investor and developer clients.

Sarah also advises and acts in relation to property related insolvency matters and contractual disputes; including claims for specific performance, rescission and claims in the administration of companies.

Practice areas

Membership

  • PLA

Panel

  • Q&A Panel
  • Specialist Panel

Education

  • BPP Law School LPC 2005
  • City University CPE 2003
  • Kings College, London BA (Hons) - 2002

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