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    Daniel Winslow, Solicitor

    Daniel qualified as a solicitor in September 2010 and is a long standing member of the Property Litigation team.

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    T: 020 7822 4179 E: daniel.winslow@healys.com
    Office Atrium Court 15-17 Jockey’s Fields London WC1R 4QR
    T: 020 7822 4000 F: 020 7822 4100
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    Daniel has a wealth of experience in dealing with collective enfranchisement (statutory freehold acquisitions), right to manage and right of first refusal claims.

    Daniel also has specialist experience in dealing with informal and statutory lease extensions together with statutory freehold acquisitions of leasehold houses.

    Daniel has spent many years honing his skills in these fields and his expertise is widely recognised.

    In addition to the above, Daniel has extensive knowledge in dealing with a wide range of landlord and tenant disputes, both in the courts and in specialist tribunals.

    A summary of Daniel’s further fields of experience are below:

    – Possession and breach of covenant claims in relation to residential property;
    – Commercial property possession and breach of covenant claims;
    – Possession claims against squatters;
    – Business lease renewals;
    – Dilapidation claims;
    – Service charge disputes;
    – Contentious construction
    – Licences for alterations; and
    – Compulsory purchase acquisitions (such as the High Speed Two (HS2) land acquisition programme).

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    Thank you for your hard work and amazing legal skill in dealing with this complicated and stressful case, which has resulted in success.

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    Experience

    Acted for a client in respect of a possession claim, including defending a beneficial interest claim made by the Defendant against the Claimant in respect of the property. The matter was settled in the significant favour of our client.

    Acted for a client on a freehold collective enfranchisement claim against a particularly difficult landlord. The issue at stake was the demand by the landlord of unreasonable sums for the premium together with unreasonable conditions in the transfer document. Protracted negotiations on both aspects resulted in the matter being settled to the benefit of our client, with a significant reduction in the premium and the provisions in the transfer being brought in line.