Fiona Moore is a commercial property and residential property specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and is located at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.
Leasehold and freehold acquisitions and disposals
Commercial leases for landlords and tenants
Residential sales and purchases
Transfer of equity
Deed of rectifications
Fiona can provide expert legal advice on a wide range of commercial property matters including developments, leasehold and freehold acquisitions and disposals, sale and purchase of land, commercial mortgages, commercial leases for landlords and tenants and lease extensions. She also advises on a variety of residential property matters including sales and purchases, leaseholds, freeholds, remortgages, transfer of equity, deed of rectifications, deeds of easements and first registrations.
Fiona regularly acts for buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, developers or investors and guides clients through the varying stages of buying, selling or leasing property. If you have a simple acquisition or a more complex transaction, Fiona has a wealth of experience and can provide clear communication based on your situation, whether you need straightforward, transparent commercial advice or personable, approachable residential advice.
Fiona has nearly 20 years’ experience in residential and commercial property matters, having specialised in these areas since 1999.
“Thank you for another smashing business with a restricted tight deadline laced with penalties, yet you crossed the line successfully, for this and many more business we have done together, I am grateful. ”Ayoola Owojori
“I could not thank Fiona Moore at Rothera Sharp enough for helping us complete our refinance. She was extremely helpful, flexible and we could not have done it without her! I would definitely recommend Fiona and would use her/Rotheras again with no hesitation. ”Kirsty Ellison
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