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Bejul Lakhani-Lever

Property Solicitor, Commercial

Areas of practice

Employee Navigation Commercial Property

Bejul joined BTTJ in January 2023 as Property Solicitor in our Commercial Property Department based in our Coventry office.

Bejul joins us from a local firm where she was a senior associate, before commencing maternity leave. She qualified as a solicitor in 2006.

As a Commercial Property Solicitor, Bejul typically deals with Landlord and Tenant issues (leases, licences, deed of surrender, assignments, consent to assign), Acquisitions and disposals of commercial property, bank finance – acting for lenders and borrowers, property aspects of corporate transactions. Bejul spends 100% of her working time in her role as a Commercial Property Solicitor.


Latest blog posts...

Key Considerations for Tenants before signing a Commercial Lease

12th April 2023
News Plus

When agreeing terms of a Commercial Lease with your Landlord, some matters such as rent, the extent of the property being let and the term of the lease are ordinarily addressed, however often other equally important terms are not addressed in the level of detail they should be. Below is a note of key matters tenants should also consider, ideally before terms are agreed with the landlord and...

MEES – The next chapter

9th March 2023
News Plus

The 1st April 2023 will bring about the next phase of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES). The Regulations will now also apply to Existing Leases of “sub-standard” commercial property.  The Regulations previously only applied to new leases but as of 1st April 2023 they will extend to existing leases. As of 1st April 2023 it will be unlawful for Landlord’s of...