Jane is a Jersey-qualified solicitor with over 15 years' experience advising on Jersey property matters.
Jane advises clients on commercial and residential sales and purchases, commercial leases and property finance matters. Jane has a particular expertise in advising institutional and private lenders in the recovery of distressed assets.
- Solicitor - Jersey
- Bachelor of Law (LLB Hons)
Thank you for your hard work (especially the issues at the end) and for helping us get our first steps onto the property ladder. We really appreciate you explaining everything to usClient of Bedell Cristin
Thank you so much for all your hard work and helpClient of Bedell Cristin
I would just like to say a massive thank you for all your hard work and effort in getting us in our new home and Tracy for walking us over and helping us in Court! You guys have been amazing and we really appreciate you making it as simple as it was to complete.Client of Bedell Cristin
There has been a landslide shift in Jersey over the past five years in landlords’ obligations towards their tenants. The States have stepped in to regulate what had previously been perceived to be a sector that was open to abuse.
The States of Jersey have passed a law to make major changes to the registration of mortgages (known locally as hypothecs) in Jersey.
Jane Needham from Bedell Cristin was recently sworn in at Jersey's Royal Court.
Bedell Cristin has bolstered its property team in Jersey through the appointment of Jeff O’Boyle as a Senior Associate and Priya Jobanputra as an Associate.
In light of the more stringent restrictions and forced business closures introduced by the UK government on 23 March, the States of Jersey are considering a hardening of their anti-coronavirus measures to stop the spread amongst Jersey's population.
Purchasing an investment property can be a complex and complicated undertaking. We have put together an overview of the process and some key issues to consider at the outset.
Jersey's conveyancing system is unique, complex and, at times, confusing. Therefore, in order to guide you through the various steps of the legal process, we have prepared a simple guide to purchasing freehold property in Jersey.
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Letting residential property may seem like an easy source of income, but it can also be a legal and practical minefield. If there are disagreements between you and your tenants, it can quickly become a drain on your time and resources. The best way to avoi...
When you buy a unit in or a whole property by share transfer, you are in fact purchasing shares in a company. If you are buying a unit, the articles of association of the company give you the right to occupy the unit.
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