Christopher Keough

property legal advisor
Partner

85 Fleet Street
London EC4Y 1AE

Tel: 020 7227 7362
Email: christopher.keough@rlb-law.com
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Christopher is a Partner in our Property team and specialises in high value residential property work including sales, purchases, letting arrangements and secured lending, investment and development by on-shore or off shore clients.

Christopher qualified in 1986.

Christopher Keough is… a name to note and excels in landlord and tenant matters, namely lease extensions, assignment of claims and leasehold reform. Legal 500 2019

Areas of Expertise

Christopher advises on a wide range of residential property matters including the sale and purchase of substantial residential properties (freehold and leasehold) with a transaction value of £3 million to £10 million for high net worth individuals, and the disposal of freehold buildings by private sale or at auction, for landlords, including the service of Landlord and Tenant Notices on residential tenants.

He has also successfully assisted on the completion of mortgages over residential securities for on-shore and off-shore clients of banks and other mortgage lenders.

Christopher has considerable experience of landlord and tenant matters, including lease extensions, leasehold reform, enfranchisement of freehold houses, assignment of claims, and collective enfranchisement.

He has acted on many mixed use residential schemes for major residential developers. Drafting the lease, advising on the management structure and setting out schemes for the disposal of residential units.

Christopher also provides effective estate management advice. Recently, advising on the first registration of two substantial rural estates and acting in connection with the purchase of woodlands and the freehold acquisition of a substantial agricultural property worth £5.8 million.

Client Sectors

Property
Private clients
Institutional property owners and landlords
London estates
Banks and mortgage lenders
Developers and investors
Charities

Membership

The Law Society