Katie McAlone

Katie McAlone

Chartered Legal Executive
Bristol The Paragon Counterslip Bristol BS1 6BX
Mobile 0746 985 6359

Chartered Legal Executive

Katie is a Chartered Legal Executive in the Thrings Property Litigation Team, with experience of advising both companies and individuals on a wide range of disputes covering initial advisory work, pre-action, ADR and through to litigation in both court and tribunal proceedings.

She has extensive experience in real property disputes advising developers, rural estates and private individuals on all range of issues including disputed rights of way, nuisance in respect of the use of land, boundary disputes and adverse possession.

Katie advises property portfolio landlords, corporate and retail tenants and pension schemes in respect of lease renewals, dilapidations, service charge disputes, break clauses forfeiture and breaches of covenants. She also acts for residential landlords in possession proceedings.

Katie also has experience of advising both landowners and telecoms operators in relation to the Electronic Communications code.

  • Professional negligence
  • Property disputes
  • Corporate Occupiers
  • Commercial & Industrial property
  • Dilapidations
  • Enfranchisement
  • Property Dispute Resolution
  • Private Rights of Way
  • Pension fund property
  • Retail Commercial Property
  • Residential Developers & Landowners

  • Acting for a private individual in proceedings in the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) defending claims for rectification of title and adverse possession involving arguments relating to paragraph 5 of schedule 6 of the Land Registration Act 2002 and reasonable belief.
  • Advising a property developer on the purchase of a property subject to a number of Assured Shorthold Tenancies and advising on a strategy for obtaining vacant possession.
  • Acting for a freehold owner of premises subject to residential leases and advising on the consultation procedure under section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 in respect of qualifying works and advising in respect of residential service charge disputes.
  • Advising a commercial landlord in respect of a property subject to a lease with protection under Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, in respect of a hostile section 25 notice and how to satisfy the redevelopment ground.
  • Advising a head tenant on their repair obligations and those of their sub-tenants in respect of ductwork servicing the premises.
  • Advising a freehold owner of commercial property with regards to a dispute with the estate owner relating to covenants to pay estate service charges and how these are calculated and apportioned by the estate owner.