Urnisha joins Carter Bond from the firm of R.R. Sanghvi & Co in which she was a partner for five years. Urnisha qualified in 1997 and has extensive experience of both High Court and County Court litigation and mediation. She is highly skilled on commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters, to include but not limited to, injunctions, forfeiture proceedings, all aspects of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, residential possession proceedings, service charge disputes, boundary disputes and TOLATA claims. Urnisha has represented tenants in the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court (the House of Lords as it was known then). Her experience and skills also extend to corporate/commercial matters and multi million pound pharmaceutical trade mark and commercial disputes.
More about Urnisha Lakhani
London Diocesan Fund v Pithwa (Avonridge Property Co Ltd)  1 WLR 236 – Urnisha represented a number of tenants both in the Court of Appeal and House of Lords, on the issue of whether a provision in the head lease which purported to limit the liability of the original lessor so that it came to an end on his disposing of the reversion fell foul of the anti-avoidance provisions of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995.
A v17 Defendants – An Intellectual Property case in which Urnisha played a key role as part of a skilled litigation team representing an employer whose business was sabotaged by a mass exodus of seventeen of his members of staff, who infringed it’s Intellectual Property rights.
Urnisha has also acted in a number of Trademark infringement cases in parallel importation of medicinal products
Cooking, travelling and loves dancing.
The experience listed above may include examples of work completed prior to joining Carter Bond Solicitors