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Jenna Allsop

Associate Solicitor Commercial Property | Bath
Direct: 01225 750090
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07889 225505

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I am an Associate Solicitor in the Commercial Property team at Mogers Drewett.

I manage a varied caseload on a day to day basis, with particular experience in landlord and tenant transactions. I am passionate about my work and believe in working with my clients with the aim of achieving practical and commercial results, ensuring that I advise and guide my clients through every step of the process.

I can assist with matters such as:

• landlord and tenant matters;
• acquisitions and disposals including pension transactions,
• secured lending acting for institutional lenders and borrowers; and
• property support for corporate transactions.

In my free time I enjoy reading, exercising, travelling, cooking and spending time with my husband and family. I also volunteer in Bath, helping to serve meals to the homeless.

 

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