Jennifer Copeland

Associate - on maternity leave

Jenny was brought up and educated in Norfolk before moving to Hertfordshire to attend university. Jenny returned to Norfolk to join Cozens-Hardy as a trainee in 2010 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2012. 

Jenny deals with all aspects of residential conveyancing and was appointed an Associate in April.

 

Key Achievements
  • Successfully completing adverse possession applications

  • Completion of first registration where deeds have been lost

  • Competing a complex leasehold transaction involving a deed or surrender and grant of a new lease

  • Successfully completing a Deed of Easement and Release of Rights

Areas of Expertise
  • Residential sales and purchases, including both freehold and leasehold properties

  • Remortgages

  • Buy to let and investment properties

  • Help to Buy transactions

  • Drafting Transfer of Part deeds for developer clients

  • Auction properties

  • Adverse Possession

  • Transfer of Equity

  • First registration application including applications where deeds have been lost

  • Matrimonial transfers

  • Rights of way and easements

Career History
  • 2008: Paralegal at Guild Nicholas Solicitors (London) – Mental Health Law

  • 2008 – 2010: Legal Assistant at Bretherton Law (Herts)

  • 2010 – 2012: Trainee at Cozens-Hardy LLP

  • 2012 - 2017: Solicitor, Cozens-Hardy LLP

  • 2017 - present: Associate, Cozens-Hardy LLP

Assisted by:

Kaye Scarfe

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