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Senior Associate & Solicitor

Catriona Yates

“I strive to deliver practical legal advice to my clients in a professional and friendly manner and above all aim to be approachable and responsive to their needs”

Working within Tozers’ Commercial Property team, Catriona acts on a wide range of cases ranging from commercial leases, sales and acquisitions, and development work to property finance.

Working alongside Tozers colleagues; Richard Thorneycroft, Julia Knight and Peter Rooney, Catriona can help with; property acquisitions and disposals, taking and granting commercial leases, easements, options, conditional contracts, and secured lending. She acts for a range of clients including individuals, businesses, and charities.

Catriona trained and worked at a leading London law firm, qualifying in 1995, joining Tozers in 2015. Named as an Associate to Watch in Chambers & Partners 2022 legal directory, Catriona is descibed as "adept at advising clients on a range of development work and property financing matters."

Catriona enjoys helping clients reach their desired outcomes in a pragmatic way.

Outside the office she is Mum to 3 teenagers, a keen Exeter Chiefs supporter and enjoys walking her dogs on Dartmoor.

 

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