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Tim Reid

Associate

T: 01865 268 675 (DDI)
T: 01865 792 300
E: tim.reid@roydswithyking.com

Tim is an associate in our specialist Property Disputes team. He acts for both companies and individuals and has broad experience of all landlord and tenant and property claims.



About Tim

Tim is an accredited ADR Group Mediator, well versed in guiding his clients to a successful solution by way of alternative dispute resolution.

He is experienced in advising on the following property claims:

  • lease renewals
  • dilapidations
  • commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes
  • covenants and easements
  • possession claims
  • property based professional negligence

Tim qualified as a solicitor in March 2006 and joined our team as an associate in 2015.

Memberships

Property Litigation Association

“Property law is a complex and ever evolving area which affects most people in some way during their lifetime. I guide my clients thorough the complexities with plain language and a transparent approach making sure to set realistic expectations. Not all disputes need to end up in court so, where possible, I try to give a cost effective solution, often by negotiation.”

Tim Reid

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