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From retail shops and offices to rural estates, our property law experts take the time to understand your charity’s approach to commerciality and its wider principles to guide you through property transactions efficiently.
By providing the correct level of resource and expertise, we achieve your goals within your deadline and budget with minimal compromise, whilst maintaining vital relationships developed by you and other people involved in the charity over the years.
With many land transactions falling under the scope of the Charities Act 2011, including disposals, leases, easement and rights of way, it is important to consider legislation compliance. By carefully guiding you through the processes and requirements, our property solicitors ensure that your charity is fully compliant with the Charities Act.
Our Property team has a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Our voluntary sector clients range from leading national charities with large property estates, to small local not-for-profits with a broad range of land and property matters including:
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