Senior Associate Solicitor
Reetuja (Reema) Chugh joined the firm as a Senior Associate Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution department.
Reema is also an accredited Mediator and a Visiting Lecturer at the Nottingham Law School, part of Nottingham Trent University.
Reema represents clients in the UK and globally. Her clients describe her as a robust litigator who aims to resolve disputes in a cost effective and timely manner.
Reema advises private individuals, companies, financial institutions, investors, entrepreneurs, landlords, management companies, developers, directors and other professionals on a broad range of Property and Commercial disputes, including but not limited to:
- Debt recovery
- Breach of contract disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Possession claims and or property evictions
- Service charge disputes
- Dilapidation claims
- Service charge arrears
- Lease extensions under The Leasehold, Housing and Urban Development Act of 1993
- Lease renewals under the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954
- Boundary disputes
- Rights of way claims
- Right of light claims
- Breach of restrictive covenant claims
- Claims for trespass
- Claims for commercial and residential forfeiture
- Claims for rental arrears
- Fraud asset recovery
- Constructions disputes under the JCT contracts
Recent Department Work
Reema has led various litigation teams at regional firms in the Thames Valley, Oxfordshire and Bedfordshire regions.
Most recently, Reema has acted for a group of investors in the UAE in a multi-million-pound fraud asset recovery claim, several management companies in service charge disputes and lease advisory work, large corporates in cross border breach of contract claims, care homes in shareholder disputes and developers in obtaining release from restrictive covenants.
Qualifications & Memberships
Solicitor of England & Wales
Member of the Society of Construction law
Managing trustee of Aum Charity
In her spare time, Reema enjoys reading books, exercising at the gym and undertaking charitable work.