Naveen Agnihotri is a specialist Property Barrister at 4-5 Gray's Inn Chambers, based in Gray's Inn Square, London.
4-5 Gray's Inn Chambers are a modern and forward-thinking team of barristers, providing specialist advocacy, advisory and mediation services in housing, property, local government and public law (including equalities and human rights). The highly specialist team has long been recognised for its unrivalled expertise and experience.
4-5 Gray's Inn Chambers work with clients throughout England and Wales, and believe in providing services to anyone who needs them, whether they be individuals, local or other public authorities, social housing providers or private landlords, third sector organisations or corporate bodies.
Naveen assists Corporate and Private Landlords, Management Companies, Surveyors, Developers, Estate & Lettings Agents, Local Authorities, Registered Social Landlords (Housing Associations), Insurers, Lenders and Auctioneers. Whether you have a commercial, residential or social housing letting issue, Naveen is able to provide advice, assistance and representation on all matters relating to Landlord & Tenant law as well as Property/Real Estate law.
As an accredited public access barrister, Naveen is able to provide you with direct legal representation on various property related matters. Please see our individual services pages for details on the types of issues that we can assist with or contact us to discuss your particular problem.
Why Use a Barrister?
Whilst in the past it was necessary for clients to use a solicitor or other recognised third party through whom the barrister would be instructed, members of the public may now go directly to a barrister.
The barrister's role remains essentially the same as when they are approached by a solicitor or another intermediary. Barristers can advise you on your legal status or rights. Barristers can draft and send documents for you and can represent you in court, tribunals or mediations.
Barristers can also negotiate on your behalf and can attend investigative interviews and hearings where appropriate. There are still some cases and situations in which you will need to instruct a solicitor or another intermediary as well as a barrister. However, for many cases the public access scheme allows you to go directly to the expert barrister for advice, representation and drafting, and can have a number of benefits, which often includes lower costs, as we typically have lower overheads than some solicitors.
Please contact us for further information or advice.
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Please note that meetings are by appointment only