About

Hollie Jordan-Wright is a real estate dispute resolution solicitor specialising in neighbourly rights, residential and commercial landlord and tenant, and property matters.

Hollie acts for clients - typically in the real estate, retail, leisure sectors or private individuals - on commercial and residential property matters. 

For landlords and tenants of commercial premises, she acts on business lease renewals (both opposed and unopposed), breaches of covenant, break notices, service charges, dilapidations and forfeiture.

On residential property matters, she acts for landlords and tenants on breaches of lease covenants such as repair obligations and unauthorised alterations or subletting, rent arrears and service charge issues including major works consultations.

Meanwhile, she acts for landlords of residential premises in the private rented sector, obtaining possession by serving notices of possession, issuing court possession claims and instructing County Court bailiff's and High Court Enforcement Officers.

Hollie regularly acts for clients making applications to the Land Registry for registration of easements and adverse possession claims, as well as, applications for light obstruction notices and referrals for determination by the First Tier and Upper Tribunal.

In addition, Hollie acts for guardian companies, advising on contractual arrangements, claims by and against guardians and in possession claims.

Hollie's approach is to give clear advice in an accessible and organised manner. She works alongside clients to help them achieve their commercial objectives.  

Recent work
  • Acting for the owner of commercial premises in a High Court claim for possession against Travellers. Using the urgent possession procedure, Hollie obtained possession for her client within 48 hours of receiving instructions.
  • Acting for the freeholder of a residential block in a claim for breach of use and alteration covenants against a leaseholder. She obtained a determination from the First Tier Tribunal and negotiated a favorable settlement for the client including remedy of the breaches and payment of costs.
  • Acting for an investment landlord, obtaining an interim injunction to prevent the disposition of a long leasehold interest in residential property following breaches of use and alteration covenants by the tenant and negotiating settlement to avoid an application for relief from forfeiture.
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