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Honor Gilbert - 																					Associate (Chartered Legal Executive)

Honor Gilbert
Associate (Chartered Legal Executive)

6 Drakes Meadow
Penny Lane
Swindon SN3 3LL

Associate - Chartered Legal Executive

Honor has been a Legal Executive since 1997 and a Property Lawyer for more than 30 years. Based in the Swindon office, Honor plays a crucial role in the Agricultural Property Team. Her work covers multiple aspects of agricultural conveyancing and she is especially skilled in unregistered land matters. From sales and purchases of farms to the disposal of residential units on farms and title research, Honor is exceptionally well placed to provide expert help and support on a wide range of issues.

Honor specialises in agricultural and residential property transactions as well as agricultural secured lending. She also has expertise in first registrations and title reconstruction alongside sports rights registrations at the Land Registry.

Key experience

Honor’s relevant experience includes:

  • acting in the sale of a farm at Combe Down in four lots for approximately £3.5m involving various planning issues, an agricultural tie on one of the residential units
  • acting in the sale of a farm at North Brewham with 10 separate titles for £3.8m
  • dealing with the first registrations of estates on Quantocks and Castle Combe including the registration of sporting rights
  • dealing with the surrender of an Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy of a fish farm for a major client

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