Callie works with leaseholders, freeholders, management companies and surveyors across England and Wales to resolve complex contentious and non-contentious residential leasehold property matters.
As a senior member of Holmes & Hills Solicitors Leasehold Property Team, Callie is regularly advising and representing organised groups of leaseholders in collectively enfranchising and exercising their Right to Manage, as well as guiding clients through statutory and non-statutory lease extensions.
Callie specialises in the niche field of Collective Enfranchisement and Lease Extensions having practiced in this area since her training. Acting on behalf of both Landlords and Tenants during both Statutory and Non-Statutory transactions, Callie acts on behalf of individuals alone as well as acting on behalf of bulk lease extensions within blocks of flats acting on behalf of Landlord’s of up to 40-50 flats. This area of law is ever-growing to help protect the position of vulnerable Tenant’s through a complex process to protect what is normally their most valuable asset.
Callie studied and gained her Law Degree at the University of Kent at Canterbury and continued her education by completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course (LPC) at Anglia Ruskin University. Callie advanced her education by obtaining a master’s in law at Anglia Ruskin University specialising her dissertation in property rights for cohabitating couples.