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Associate and Solicitor

Kirsty McLennan

“My aim is to give clear commercial advice to clients to help them avoid disputes arising or to resolve them if they do. If it is necessary to litigate, I will work to get the client the result they want in the most cost effective way.”

Kirsty is an associate solicitor helping landlords and tenants and owners of residential and holiday parks resolve or contest disputes.

Kirsty recognises that it can be difficult to be locked in a dispute and possess the foresight to step back and work out how it could be resolved before proceedings have to be issued or even when they have begun. She takes time to provide commercial advice in a way that can help determine the right course to take, and how best to achieve your desired outcome.

Working to communicate between you and the other parties in the matter, Kirsty is quick to identify and provide warning of any potential pitfalls. She is able to help with:

  • lease renewals (contested and un-contested)
  • dilapidations claims
  • possession claims
  • forfeiture
  • arrears claims
  • breach of covenant claims
  • service charge disputes.

She can also help with tribunal proceedings relating to disputed water charges, disputed pitch fee reviews and termination claims.

Kirsty qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and is a member of the Property Litigation Association.



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