Joanna Botley

Joanna studied Law at the University of Reading before joining the firm in 2004. Upon joining the firm she completed her Legal Practice Course on a part time basis at the College of Law and qualified as a solicitor in 2007. She became a partner of the firm in May 2009.

Joanna has extensive experience in residential and commercial property law especially the London property market acting for national and international individuals and corporate clients.

Her particular passion and expertise involves acting in connection with Lease Extension, Collective Enfranchisement claims, Right to Manage and missing Landlord issues and overcoming these by claims through the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, the Leasehold Reform Act 1967 and the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987. She enjoys the complexities of the legislation and using her technical knowledge to resolve difficult issues.

About Joanna Botley

Qualifications:
Solicitor and Partner
SRA No.:
403759
Date Qualified:

1 August 2007

Areas Covered:
Conveyancing including lease extensions, Landlord & Tenant, UK-wide
Solicitors' Practice:
Ashley Wilson Solicitors

Joanna specialises in:

  • Conveyancing for sales, purchases, (including shared ownership and auctions) remortgages and transfer of equity
  • New Build Developments
  • Lease Extensions and Collective Enfranchisement
  • Missing Landlord issues

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"I have used Joanna Botley for many years to do both my conveyancing and lease extension work personally and also for many of my clients. Her work has been perfect without exception and I cannot recommend her highly enough."

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