Nilloosha is an experienced solicitor specialising in leasehold law and manages the team at Freshlaw.

Nilloosha was introduced to law from her studies of the subject at A ‘Level, which inspired her to read Law at university and further her legal career, ssA by undertaking the Bar Vocational Course and qualifying as a non-practising barrister in 2002 and thereafter by qualifying as a Solicitor in 2007.

Prior to co-founding Freshlaw, Nilloosha worked at the Leasehold Advisory service for five and a half years as an in house barrister and acquired expert knowledge in residential and Commonhold leasehold tenure.

Nilloosha has now developed her practice to include both residential and commercial Landlord and Tenant law, as well as franchise law. She also undertakes aspects of company law, business law and trust law to compliment the core transaction.

Nilloosha’s strength is understanding her clients’ objectives and developing long term relationships with her clients.  She is a strategic thinker, who is focused on delivering the most efficient and pragmatic results to meet the long term needs of the client.

Recent experience

  • Acted for a building of 230 flats in acquiring the Right to Manage.
  • Acted in the successful Appointment of a Manager under S24 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 at the First Tier Property Tribunal of a building consisting of over 60 leasehold flats.
  • Represented a high net worth client in their contract for development and subsequent sale of the land to external developers. She then acted for the client to acquire a leaseback of parts of the development and presently on the clients’ proposed assignment of the same
  • Acted in the purchase of the freehold under collective enfranchisement from co-trustees of the freehold who were in dispute
  • Pragmatically negotiated the voluntary surrender of a commercial lease with a Landlord to prevent the otherwise real prospect of forfeiture action against her client, whose liability was unlimited.
  • Acted for a Franchisee in successfully re-negotiating the terms of purchase following changes to the Primary Care Trust requirements on the accessibility needs of the franchise property.