Paul Krafft is a specialist property lawyer with extensive expertise advising private, institutional and charity clients. His many high-profile, longstanding clients value the range of his knowledge and his can-do, responsive style.
Paul’s client base spans a range of individuals and families, large land-owning institutions and charities ranging from schools and universities to religious orders.
Paul is particularly well known for his advice in relation to agricultural property and development opportunities, but with a broad ranging practice of nearly twenty years, his expertise equally encompasses commercial and residential property.
He advises on every aspect of property law, from sales and purchases to development, commercial agreements and leases, landlord and tenant issues, overage, telecommunications, renewables and mineral and sporting rights.
He has significant experience on transactions in both urban and rural environments, and clients gravitate to him not only for the breadth of his knowledge, but also because of his practical approach and readiness to offer a concise and commercial opinion.
He supports his colleagues within the firm through his role as Trainee Principal in which he mentors incoming trainees through their training contracts to qualification.
Paul qualified as a solicitor in 1999.