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Gemma is a Solicitor specialising in all aspects of commercial and residential property. Having previously trained and practised at long-established Kent-based firm, Boys & Maughan, Gemma joined Mundays LLP in October 2005 and became a Partner in 2011.
She acts in connection with all types of commercial property from retail shops, offices and warehouse units to restaurants and bars, for private and corporate landlords and tenants. She is a member of the Aviation & Logistics and also the Retail and the Banking Industry Teams within Mundays LLP, specialising in advising clients who operate in these sectors.
Gemma deals with sales, purchases and lettings and both conventional and Islamic finance transactions associated with residential property for commercial investment and private clients. In addition, she undertakes secured lending transactions on behalf of well known individual lenders in respect of property-related funding arrangements.
Typical examples of Gemma's recent work includes:
Sharing Space - The Future of Distribution Centre Occupation
BIFALink – COMING SOON: Major Impact of the MEES Regulations for Landlords and Tenant of Logistics Premises
Essence – Taking on new premises: 10 top tips for success
Rail Strategies – "Britain's silver Bullet?"
Supply Management – "Why logistics could be driven Underground"
Ground Handling International – “Premises, Premises …”
PrimeResi – “Landlord Action: A Cautionary Buy to Let Tale”
BIFALink – “How to Save Time, Money and Stress when Dealing with Property”
The Dentist – “Practical Tips”
Real Business – “Tips for Managing your Commercial Property Portfolio”
Supply Management – “Nine Important Factors to Remember when Leasing Business Premises”
Fabulous Women – “The Mystery of Property Searches Explained: What they are and why we do them”
Various – “2012: Toxic Times for Sceptic Tanks?”
Various – “Water Worries down the Drain?”
Gemma was admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours at the University of Kent in 2001, receiving the Anthony London Prize for the best result by any Eliot College student in law for the year. She achieved a Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice with Distinction from the College of Law in 2002, and received an award from the Law Society for outstanding performance by obtaining one of the highest marks that year nationwide.