Kim is an associate in the Rural Property team.
Rural landowners come to Kim for practical advice on all aspects of rural property law, from the sale and purchase of individual cottages requiring private water supplies to complex estate reorganisations involving development overage, mineral reservations, cross rights and entitlement transfers. She is experienced in dealing with both registered and unregistered land and has completed several first registrations.
Kim’s work also includes the grant and determination of the range of residential, commercial, agricultural and sporting tenancies found on a mixed estate. She advises on landlord and tenant issues arising in connection with these tenancies, such as early surrender, security of tenure and repair obligations.
Kim is experienced in the various private and public rights that can be acquired over land, both those granted expressly and those arising without consent, including adverse possession claims. She also advises on the imposition and enforcement of restrictive covenants.
Clients appreciate Kim’s pragmatic approach and her timely advice. Clients also benefit from her collaborative manner, working with colleagues in the firm’s Private Client and Tax departments to provide the best possible advice.
Kim qualified as a solicitor in 2009.