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Natalie Johnston

T: +44 20 7809 2366 M: +44 78 8000 6462 Email Natalie | Vcard Office: London

Natalie Johnston Associate

Contact details

Natalie Johnston

Natalie Johnston
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2366 M: +44 78 8000 6462 Email Natalie | Vcard Office: London

Natalie is an experienced property litigation specialist who acts for landlords, occupiers and developers in leasehold and real property disputes.  Disputes are a fact of business life but this bright and responsive litigator helps clients find solutions that meet their commercial objectives.  Often Natalie will advise before disputes arise, giving timely strategic advice.
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Natalie acts for landlords and tenants in lease disputes including break options, dilapidations, breach of covenant disputes, business lease renewals and issues arising from tenant insolvency.  She also acts for developers and land owners on issues such as restrictive covenants, rights of way and other third party interests in land.

As well as pursuing cases in the courts and tribunals, Natalie represents clients at mediations as well as achieving settlements through direct negotiations. Natalie is also a member of the Law Reform Committee of the Property Litigation Association.

"very thorough diligent and incredibly knowledgeable"

Chambers UK 2017

  • Real estate litigation

Friends Life Ltd v Siemens Hearing Instruments Ltd (2014)

Concerning the validity of a break notice.

Vivienne Westwood Ltd v Conduit Street Development Ltd (2017)

Concerning side letters and penalty clauses.

Sainsburys Supermarkets Limited &others v Sykes (2017)

Business rates appeals concerning ATMs.

Mourant Property Trust Ltd v Fusion Electronics Ltd (2009) EWHC 3659

Concerning conditional break clauses and estoppel.

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