Having obtaining her Law degree at the University of Chester, Reanne completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Birmingham before going on to complete her Training Contract at a small niche practice local to the Black Country specialising in Commercial Litigation and Commercial Property.

Reanne has been with The Wilkes Partnership since 2017 when she joined our Property Litigation department as a newly qualified solicitor.

Reanne has experience in representing and advising both landlords and tenants in a wide range of property disputes relating to both commercial and residential properties.  These includes dilapidations, possessions, service charges, arrears, ownership, breach of covenant, 1954 Act lease renewals (both contested and uncontested) and lease extensions.

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Possession claims

Dilapidations

Service charge disputes

Lease renewals

Lease extensions

Boundary/party wall disputes

Break notices

Recovery of rent and other arrears

Property related insolvency

Breaches of covenant

Acting for a residential landlord in seeking and successfully obtaining possession of their property.

Acting for a joint proprietor (in their capacity as an executor to a deceased’s estate) in a dispute as to ownership of a property before seeking and obtaining and Order for Sale of the property in question for the purpose of releasing the equity due to the estate.

Acting for a landlord in commencing and completing a Section 20 consultation to enable them to recover the cost of major works to the Property from the long leaseholders through the service charge provisions in their respective leases.

Acting for a landlord in recovering rent arrears and successfully enforcing the continuance of a lease subsequent to the tenant serving an invalid break notice.

Acting for a commercial tenant in seeking and successfully obtaining relief from forfeiture.

Member of the Property Litigation Association

Business Continuity Update – COVID-19

23rd March 2020


To our valued clients and partners,

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve we wanted to take the time to reassure you of the actions we are taking to protect our clients, colleagues and the wider communities, whilst working to maintain our services to you at this time.

 

Our commitment to you


We are open for business and will continue to provide you with the best service we can in the safest way possible, but in-line with government advice our offices are now closed for face-to-face meetings and all staff are now working from home until further notice.


If you have an appointment scheduled your legal advisor will be in touch shortly to discuss your options, if they haven’t done so already.

 

Our staff are set up and ready to respond to you as usual. We are working hard to mitigate any disruptions, and will continue to provide you with the legal service and advice you need, delivered with the high-level of service you have come to expect from Wilkes.

 

If you do experience a slight delay in hearing back from us, please bear with us. We will be in touch.

 

If you have a general enquiry please call us on 0121 233 4333 or email us at law@wilkes.co.uk, or contact your normal point of contact.

 

Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. We look forward to returning to normal, with a handshake, as soon as possible.

 

The Wilkes  Partnership Solicitors

 

Birmingham – 0121 233 4333  Solihull – 0121 733 8000

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