Natalie Harris

Senior Associate

Natalie specialises in all aspects of Jersey property including commercial acquisitions and disposals, leases, property finance, residential developments, and residential purchases and sales. She also has experience in employment law, will drafting and estate planning.

Natalie has over ten years' experience in dealing with property matters in Jersey and qualified as a Jersey Solicitor in 2015.

Professional
  • Solicitor - Jersey
News/Experience
Bedell Cristin advises on the acquisition of Jersey's largest retail outlet.

Bedell Cristin's leading commercial property team in Jersey has advised on the purchase of the new landmark Next Department Store. The store has recently been redeveloped, having previously formed part of De Gruchy's Department Store, which is a landmark Je...

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Bedell Cristin appoints new Partner in London and makes nine other promotions across the Group
04 Sep 2017 Jersey London Guernsey

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Discrimination law passed: a "historic" day for Jersey
Employment Law 03 Jun 2013 Jersey

The Draft Discrimination (Jersey) Law 201- (the "Law") was passed by the States of Jersey on 14 May 2013. It is expected to come into force in 2014.

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Insights
Statutory "Family Friendly" Rights
Briefings | 18 Aug 2015

This briefing summarises key changes to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 (the "Law") in connection with maternity, adoption, parental and flexible working rights (the "Family Friendly Rights").

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Introduction to Employment (Jersey) Law 2003
Briefings | 28 Jul 2015

The Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 (the "Law") came into force on 1 July 2005. Since this date there have been a number of amendments to the Law. Laws in connection with discrimination and "family friendly" rights (including maternity, paternity and adoption)...

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Wills & Successions (Amendment No.2) (Jersey) Law 2013
Briefings | 15 Jan 2014

The Wills & Successions (Jersey) Law 1993, as amended (the "Law") was the subject of a Report by Professor Meryl Thomas ("Professor Thomas") dated 12 October 2009, which was commissioned by the Jersey Community Relations Trust in 2009 (the "Report"). The Re...

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Making a will in Jersey for non-Jersey domiciled individuals
Briefings | 14 Jan 2013

This briefing explains when you should make a Jersey will if you are not domiciled in Jersey. It only deals with movable assets in Jersey and not, therefore, land or other immovable property situate in Jersey.

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Powers of attorney
Briefings | 14 Mar 2012

The Powers of Attorney (Jersey) Law 1995 (the "Powers of Attorney Law"), which came into force on 1 October 1995, effected a number of significant changes to the previous law on powers of attorney in the Island.

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The precarious business of providing a reference
Briefings | 10 Jan 2012

Providing a reference for a departing or former employee can be a tricky task. Any negligent or deliberate errors could lead to compensation pay-outs and it is therefore crucial to strike the right balance. If he or she was a model employee and is departi...

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Managing conduct issues in the workplace
Briefings | 04 Aug 2011

This briefing discusses the management of conduct issues in the workplace. It sets out how the Jersey Employment Tribunal (the "Tribunal") has approached misconduct dismissals, and is accompanied by a summary of the procedure to be followed by employers whe...

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Record management within the financial services sector
Briefings | 10 Mar 2011

The purpose of this briefing is to address some of the issues a business may have to consider in relation to its record management policy and procedures in order to comply with the provisions of the Law.

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Redundancy: summary of the provisions of Amendments No.5 and No.6 to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003
Briefings | 10 Mar 2011

This briefing provides a summary of the key provisions of Amendments No.5 ("Amendment No.5") and No.6 ("Amendment No.6") to the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 (the "Law"). Please note that the amendments are complex. If employment issues arise to which these ...

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The importance of procedural safeguards on redundancy - what employers in Jersey can learn from the Voisin case
Briefings | 30 Jun 2008

The purpose of this briefing is to consider the concept of redundancy in light of the unfair dismissal legislation and then to consider the facts of Voisin. Thereafter, the briefing analyses the Royal Court judgment and clarifies the relevant consideration...

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