Property and Commercial

• Georgia has a busy and varied property and commercial practice, including modern chancery work. Recent instructions in this area include:

• Representing and advising a client in relation to an alleged transaction at an undervalue under section 339 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
• Drafting and advising in various building disputes including claims under the Party Wall Act 1996 and in trespass and nuisance.
• Representing the claimant in mediation regarding a contractual dispute concerning unsatisfactory building works.
• Advising in numerous leasehold enfranchisement matters.
• Advising in respect of a claim brought under the inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, in which several of the beneficiaries reside outside of the jurisdiction.
• Successfully prosecuting a landlord without an HMO licence on behalf of a local authority.
• Advising and representing the defendant in a boundary dispute.
• Assisting with various claims brought by SME’s in respect of mis-sold complex interest rate hedges.


Georgia frequently advises and acts in relation to issues arising out of construction, property development and refurbishment. Additionally, she deals with related property matters, for example, claims in trespass, nuisance, and party wall act claims. Georgia is a member of the Society of Construction Law and the King’s College Constructions Law Association. She is also currently undertaking an MSc in Construction and Dispute Resolution at King’s College London.

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Areas of Practice

  • Education

    The University of Exeter- Law LLB
    The College of Law Bloomsbury- BPTC