Tuesday, June 28, 2022

New associate solicitor joins Sills & Betteridge’s Residential Property Team in Nottingham

Sills & Betteridge LLP has recently appointed Sanjeve Kumar to its Residential Property Team in Nottingham.

Qualifying as a solicitor in 2007, Sanjeve joins the firm as an associate solicitor.

He comes with a reputation for being an ultra-efficient, clear-thinking lawyer – his approach always to provide solutions-focused advice and straightforward assistance to individuals, businesses, investors, developers and landowners.

He will work on a wide range of residential property matters, including sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, re-mortgages, equity release, transfer of equity and new build conveyancing.

Head of the Residential Property Team, Edward Sharpe, is delighted Sanjeve has joined the team: “We have a very committed team of property lawyers in Nottingham and Sanjeve will fit in perfectly with his drive to always go the extra mile for his clients. He has worked in the East Midlands area for over 16 years and brings with him a wealth of local knowledge and insight.”

Sanjeve says: “I am delighted to have joined a Legal 500 Leading Firm, which has such a strong reputation for excellence in the legal services it provides. As a full-service law firm it has a wide range of fantastic lawyers each highly skilled in their own area of law, which my clients have access to should their requirements extend beyond property law. As the market continues to evolve, clients need the skills of forward-thinking lawyers and I am pleased to be part of a team that offers this.”

Sanjeve will be based at 4 George Street in the Hockley area of the city. The firm relocated from King Street in March 2020 just as the city was about to go into lockdown. The office is now fully operational – internal renovations to the building which is considered to be of ‘special architectural interest’ are now complete with external decoration to commence mid June.

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