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Kathryn is used to dealing with complex disposal and acquisition transactions as well as organising teams of solicitors where required in dealing with major projects. Kathryn also has experience in providing advice to leading financial institutions and also for administrators in preparing property portfolios for sale and the sale of the assets themselves. She has been a key player in some of Northern Ireland’s largest retail and private sector developments.
Kathryn Collie is an experienced commercial real estate lawyer with a strong focus on the retail sector. She routinely handles acquisitions and disposals, in addition to advising on title issues. “She is a thorough professional, highly competent, very thoughtful in her advice and moves quickly to close out pending matters.” “The best commercial property solicitor in Northern Ireland.”
The “excellent” Kathryn Collie is held in high regard for her work on commercial real estate transactions. She possesses a number of clients in the hotel sector and frequently advises on the acquisition of residential developments. Clients praise her for her “pragmatic approach to solving problems” and note she is “very experienced and looks at the bigger picture.”
Kathryn Collie: acts for developers and businesses in acquisitions, disposals and leasings. She is particularly active in the hotel sector. Clients say: “Kathryn is extremely diligent, very attentive and provides timely responses. She always takes time to understand and consider the wider context relating to the matter and our business and brings solutions.”
Kathryn Collie regularly acts on hotel developments and is praised for being ‘very considered, logical and an excellent lateral thinker’.
The highly regarded Kathryn Collie is an expert in transactional property work and has a notable knowledge of the retail sector. Clients say: “She’s hugely approachable and explains things very clearly. She translated legal jargon into English, is utterly reliable and always responds to e-mails and queries.”