Clare Harman Clark

Clare Harman Clark is a senior professional support lawyer at Taylor Wessing LLP, specialising in advising on high-value and complex real estate transactions

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    Opinion

    New lease of life?

    2022-03-29T13:25:00

    Clare Harman Clark, Property Section chair, looks ahead to the potential for changes to leasehold law and practice over the next year

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    Opinion

    Better together

    2021-12-10T15:00:00

    Clare Harman Clark, the new Property Section chair, looks at how the Section and the Law Society will continue to support members in these challenging times

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    Feature

    Turnover rents in the time of coronavirus

    2020-09-17T14:50:00

    Clare Harman Clark examines how uncertainty in the retail sector may be fuelling a comeback for turnover rents, and how parties can make the compromise of variable rents work.

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    Feature

    Out of joint

    2020-05-12T00:00:00

    Sarah Cookson and Clare Harman Clark consider the structures and implications of joint ownership, and how private client solicitors can best make use of the tools available from HM Land Registry

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    Feature

    The fine print

    2020-03-10T00:00:00

    In November, real estate company Deutsche Wohnen SE was hit with a fine of €14.5m under the General Data Protection Regulation. Clare Harman Clark looks at the role of property solicitors in helping their clients abide by the regulation

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    News

    Changing times

    2019-12-10T00:00:00

    Property Section committee member Clare Harman-Clark rounds up the sessions at the National Property Law Conference, held at the Law Society on 10 October

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    Feature

    Crunch time

    2019-09-10T00:00:00

    It’s over two years since the government first started looking into the leasehold market, but this year has seen the pace of proposals for change ramp up significantly. Clare Harman Clark rounds up the proposals, and considers what they could mean for the property market