Neisha qualified as a solicitor in October 2009. She started her career in Eastbourne, working for a well-known, well-established firm, where she spent 14 years. During that time Neisha dealt with a wide range of property matters focusing on the rights of flat owners to extend their leases and manage or purchase their building (known as enfranchisement) and commercial property. She is based in the Eastbourne office.
Since joining the firm Neisha specialises in residential landlord and tenant matters and has particular expertise in dealing with:
- Lease extensions of leasehold flats, whether by agreement or by the formal notice procedure;
- Sales and Purchases of buildings containing flats either by agreement or where formal notices are served by the Landlord (known as the right of first refusal) or the flat owners collectively (known as collective enfranchisement);
- Sales and Purchases of the freehold of leasehold houses, whether by agreement or by the formal notice procedure (known as enfranchisement);
- Granting new leases of flats whether to replace out of date leases or for a new development;
- Right to Manage buildings containing flats, acting for landlord or flat owners;
- Deeds of Variation of residential leases;
- Advice on doubling ground rent clauses in residential leases;
- Advising Landlords, Tenants and Management Companies generally on issues with residential leases.
Neisha has over her many years of experience developed a pragmatic approach to helping clients achieve their aims as cost effectively as possible. She also tries to make the process as stress free as practical for clients by explaining this complex area of the law in plain English.
Outside of work Neisha is a keen rock climber. She also enjoys skiing, travelling and spending time with her young family.