Welcome to our two new property experts

It’s a busy summer of expansion as we welcome two new property specialists to SA Law’s Real Estate department.


Gerard LeCain joins our commercial property team to advise on the wide range of transactions and day-to-day challenges that we help organisations and entrepreneurs with a background in media and communications. Gerard offers niche expertise and extensive sector knowledge in retail, banking and technology. He also adds to SA Law’s capability in the specialised needs of manufacturing businesses.

Trusha Hirani joins us on the residential side, adding further expertise to our busy conveyancing offering. Trusha will be working with property owners across the region and central London, delivering SA Law’s tailored approach to sales and purchases. She also benefits from experience in specialist areas such as transfer of equity and the execution of compulsory purchase orders (CPOs).

Our new arrivals bring the department’s strength to 27 full-time team members, which makes us one of the largest and most broadly-skilled property teams in the northern home counties and north London.

We look forward to working with Gerard and Trusha, and hope you get to meet them soon.

CONTACT STEVE

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Residential Property law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Steve Kenneford on 01727 798050.

CONTACT TERENCE

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or any real estate law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Terence Ritchie on 01727 79101.
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