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Vikesh Bharakhda

Vikesh Bharakhda is the founder and managing partner at Crown Law Solicitors. Having studied at Nottingham Law School, he was admitted to the roll of solicitors in 2007 after completing the vocational training required to become a barrister and being called to the Bar in 2005. Vikesh leads our Commercial Property, Commercial Landlord and Tenant and Private Client departments and has extensive experience in these fields. His years of expertise has allowed him experience across a wide range of private and commercial law matters, providing advice on a wide range of issues including commercial property investments, property developments (purchases and sales) and advising in relation to development finance, dealing high profile and high net worth individuals.

Other areas of expertise include Commercial Landlord and Tenant matters (Dilapidations, lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, Nuisance and other property related disputes, Possession and forfeiture of residential and commercial leases)

With his experience in the private client sector, he has helped on many civil matters, including non-contentious administration of estates, litigious work in the field of wills, probate and, including contentious probate disputes, intestacy, applications under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, disputes relating to testamentary capacity, want of knowledge and approval and undue influence and disputes arising out of the administration of estates and conflicts between personal representatives.

Vikesh prides himself on his diligent attention to detail with the purpose to provide tailored solutions for his clients that exceeds their expectations.

When he is not at work, Vikesh an avid football fan and enjoys spending time with family and friends. Vikesh also has a passion for motor sport and enjoys travelling. Most recently he has visited New York, Mauritius, Africa, Antigua and Cuba. He of courses wishes to travel more in the coming years.

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