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George Crofts
Commercial Property Lawyer
Commercial Property

George H W Crofts LLB (Hons) Solicitor and Director

G H W Crofts & Co Limited

Specialist Solicitor in Landlord & Tenant and Commercial Property

George read law at Kingston University London. Having spent some time in Leeds studying for his professional exams, George settled in Dorset in 2015 undertaking his solicitors training contract at a well-established local firm. Coming from a background of sales, property management and litigation, George qualified as a Landlord & Tenant and Commercial Property Solicitor in 2017 and since then has worked locally building clients, connections and renown in the technical field of Landlord and Tenant Law.

George now runs his own practice with a focused on the broad area of Land Law. His experience and expertise range from general commercial conveyancing to property disputes and associated litigation. In particular Landlord & Tenant matters, leasehold reform (enfranchisement and lease extensions), right to manage, restrictive covenant and right of way issues, boundary disputes, adverse possession and professional negligence. An adept advocate, George has appeared for Claimants and Defendants in cases before the Civil Courts and the First Tier Tribunal Property Chamber (formerly the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal).

George is regularly called upon by local managing agents to advise upon block management issues, lease extension and variation matters, and service charge queries. He also acts for some of the larger local management companies and freeholders/land owners. With a keen focus on commercial awareness, George helps developers and investors grow their portfolios and maximise return on investment.

Away from the office, George’s interest lay in the great outdoors. He enjoys walking and hiking both locally and further afield. George has completed the National Three Peaks, Yorkshire Three Peaks and for his next adventure has set his mind on conquering the Welsh 3000s.

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George Crofts
Landlord & Tenant Lawyer
Landlord & Tenant

George H W Crofts LLB (Hons) Solicitor and Director

G H W Crofts & Co Limited

Specialist Solicitor in Landlord & Tenant and Commercial Property

George read law at Kingston University London. Having spent some time in Leeds studying for his professional exams, George settled in Dorset in 2015 undertaking his solicitors training contract at a well-established local firm. Coming from a background of sales, property management and litigation, George qualified as a Landlord & Tenant and Commercial Property Solicitor in 2017 and since then has worked locally building clients, connections and renown in the technical field of Landlord and Tenant Law.

George now runs his own practice with a focused on the broad area of Land Law. His experience and expertise range from general commercial conveyancing to property disputes and associated litigation. In particular Landlord & Tenant matters, leasehold reform (enfranchisement and lease extensions), right to manage, restrictive covenant and right of way issues, boundary disputes, adverse possession and professional negligence. An adept advocate, George has appeared for Claimants and Defendants in cases before the Civil Courts and the First Tier Tribunal Property Chamber (formerly the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal).

George is regularly called upon by local managing agents to advise upon block management issues, lease extension and variation matters, and service charge queries. He also acts for some of the larger local management companies and freeholders/land owners. With a keen focus on commercial awareness, George helps developers and investors grow their portfolios and maximise return on investment.

Away from the office, George’s interest lay in the great outdoors. He enjoys walking and hiking both locally and further afield. George has completed the National Three Peaks, Yorkshire Three Peaks and for his next adventure has set his mind on conquering the Welsh 3000s.

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Mandip Khatkar
Wills & Probate Lawyer
Harbans Singh & Co

Mandip is a is a Chartered Legal Executive. Mandip has over 10 years experience in private client work, specialising in Family Law and Wills and Probate.

Mandip admitted as a Member/Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2011, after gaining a Higher Diploma in Law - University of Wolverhampton. Mandip trained throughout the duration of his legal education with Harbans Singh & Co Solicitors and has been working at the firm since he commenced as a paralegal in 2002. Mandip is also a member of STEP.

Mandip is a skilled and respected advocate, known for his attention to detail, preparation and strong, practical advice. He is well experienced in all aspects of Family Law. He is particularly interested in financial cases involving substantial money, complicated assets and interveners.

Mandip has extensive experience in applications under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, and he has appeared for applicants, respondents and interveners at all stages of proceedings

Mandip draws on his experience as a Legal Executive lawyer and is able to meet client expectations with robust and thorough advice.
Mandip is adeptable at swiftly building a rapport with clients, to ensure that they feel at ease. Mandip often relies on his experience as an Advocate who understands the clients expectations without losing sight of the best possible outcome for his client.

Mandip has a dedication for community Work and serves the West Midlands as Community Governor/ Trustee at Greenholm Primary School and is the lead governor in safeguarding. The Governing Body at Greenholm School lead and manage the school along with the Headteacher. They are responsible for everything that happens in school and scrutinise the decisions we make to ensure we are aiming for the best for our pupils. Mandip has a strategic view and help shape the direction of the school. Mandip is passionate about wanting the very best for the children at Greenholm School.

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Mandip Khatkar
Family Lawyer
Harbans Singh & Co

Mandip is a is a Chartered Legal Executive. Mandip has over 10 years experience in private client work, specialising in Family Law and Wills and Probate.

Mandip admitted as a Member/Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2011, after gaining a Higher Diploma in Law - University of Wolverhampton. Mandip trained throughout the duration of his legal education with Harbans Singh & Co Solicitors and has been working at the firm since he commenced as a paralegal in 2002. Mandip is also a member of STEP.

Mandip is a skilled and respected advocate, known for his attention to detail, preparation and strong, practical advice. He is well experienced in all aspects of Family Law. He is particularly interested in financial cases involving substantial money, complicated assets and interveners. Mandip has extensive experience in applications under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, and he has appeared for applicants, respondents and interveners at all stages of proceedings

Mandip draws on his experience as a Legal Executive lawyer and is able to meet client expectations with robust and thorough advice.
Mandip is adeptable at swiftly building a rapport with clients, to ensure that they feel at ease.

Mandip often relies on his experience as an Advocate who understands the clients expectations without losing sight of the best possible outcome for his client.
Mandip has a dedication for community Work and serves the West Midlands as Community Governor/ Trustee at Greenholm Primary School and is the lead governor in safeguarding.

The Governing Body at Greenholm School lead and manage the school along with the Headteacher. They are responsible for everything that happens in school and scrutinise the decisions we make to ensure we are aiming for the best for our pupils. Mandip has a strategic view and help shape the direction of the school. Mandip is passionate about wanting the very best for the children at Greenholm School.