• Real Estate

Balwinder is a lawyer and consultant who deals with Real Estate matters for individuals and corporate clients.

Balwinder specialises in Commercial and Residential Real Estate acquisitions. She advises on transactions for high and ultra-high-net worth individuals, including clients based in South Asia and the Middle East. She also acts for private lenders and is skilled at advising clients in relation to complex structuring/financing arrangements.

Balwinder previously worked at Lawrence Graham LLP (now known as Gowling WLG), Bilmes LLP, Singhania & Co and ASR Solicitors. She has worked on a sale of a renowned private residence in London.

Balwinder completed her LLB from the University of Westminster and her LPC at the College of Law.

Balwinder can speak Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Swahili.

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Coronavirus Act 2020: What are the implications on tenancy?

The Coronavirus Act 2020 (CVA 2020) came into effect following the widespread impact of COVID-19. In response, the Act was declared a legislative emergency and effectuated the emergency registration of healthcare professionals, international travel restrictions, compensation for loss of earnings and travel and subsistence costs, paid by Parliament.1 Along with heavy implications on the public… View Article
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A TALE OF TWO RELIEFS – The Court of Appeal distinguishes between the procedure applicable in the Employment Tribunal and the Civil Courts.

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