• Commercial Real Estate
  • Conveyancing
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Residential Real Estate

Charles is a Consultant Solicitor and deals with a wide range of residential and commercial property transactions. He acts for individuals, partnerships and companies in the sale, purchase, transfer and refinancing of Freehold and Leasehold properties. In addition, he can provide advice in relation to mortgage requirements for personal guarantees and independent legal advice, together with issues pertaining to rights of way and breaches of covenants and other property related matters.

Having worked at several large law firms around Yorkshire, Charles brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to BOS. Charles provides an efficient service which is designed to take the stress of the transaction away from the client. Whether acting for a first time buyer or a company dealing with their large portfolio, Charles ensures that his clients receive first class legal advice, which is tailored to their needs.

Charles earned his LLB (Hons) from the University of Bangor and achieved his LLM in Law and Legal Practice from the University of Law, Leeds

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