Experienced solicitor joins Harrison Drury's property litigation team

Preston-based Harrison Drury has appointed Hasin Amin to its property litigation team.

The appointed experienced property disputes solicitor joins the Preston-based law firm after gaining experience of property litigation roles with several regional firms including Kuits and DAC Beachcroft.

In a previous role, Hasin asset managed for one of England and Scotland’s largest commercial landlords. He also has gained experience in professional negligence claims against financial advisers and solicitors, and dealing with disputes over breaches of property contracts.

He is a mentor for the Asian and Muslim Lawyers Network and is keen on increasing awareness and accessibility for professionals from this community into the legal profession. He is also an advocate of mental health, in particular for ADHD.

In his new role, he will advise landlords and tenants on a wide range of commercial property disputes including termination and occupation, repair obligations, rent forfeiture and deposit claims, and property possession.

Colin Fenny, head of Harrison Drury’s property and construction dispute resolution team, said: “Hasin is a fantastic addition to the team. He joins us in a period of great uncertainty as the commercial property sector recovers from the pandemic and we are only starting to see the full impact it has had on the landlords and tenant relationship.

"It will be a difficult period ahead as the sector readjusts and Hasin’s ability and expertise in resolving all manner of landlord and tenant disputes will be greatly valued by our clients."

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