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Jacqui Walton

Paralegal (Senior)

T: 01225 730 154 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

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Jacqui is a Paralegal (Senior) in the Property Disputes team and deals with a broad range of general commercial property work.

Our matter was dealt with by Jacqui Walton and we could not have had a more helpful person who gave us a good final outcome to the issue. We really appreciated her help.
Royds Withy King client

About Jacqui

Her work with the property disputes team has given her a broad range of experience including:

  • resolving landlord and tenant disputes
  • residential long leasehold matters including collective enfranchisement and lease extensions
  • advising on Rights of Way and other property rights
  • advising on commercial and residential boundary disputes
  • acting on Right to Buy sales
  • all aspects of deeds, including Deeds of Release, Deeds of Easement, Deeds of Variation
  • registrations at the Land Registry, including first registrations and changes to registration following disputes.

Jacqui joined Royds Withy King in 2004 and is an Affiliate of the Institute of Legal Executives.


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I chose to work in the property disputes team because I am fascinated with resolving conflict. Property disputes can be very distressing for clients. It’s important that I always listen carefully to what they want to achieve so we obtain the best possible result in the most effective way. I’m lucky to work with a team that prides itself on building professional relationships with our clients to give them a solution they value.

Jacqui Walton

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