Bretherton Law introduce Commercial Property Solicitor, Kamal Mustapha

Kamal Mustapha, Commercial Property Solicitor

Kamal Mustapha, Commercial Property Solicitor

Bretherton Law are pleased to introduce the latest addition to the team Kamal Mustapha.  Kamal has been recruited to expand the commercial property service provided byBretherton Law.

Located in the heart of St Albans busy commercial hub, just a short walk away from the Cathedral and the Town Hall, Bretherton Law already advise many of the surrounding commercial property landlord and tenants but demand is growing.

Director of Bretherton Law Sandra Bradley comments, “We are delighted to introduce Kamal. Kamal’s role is to focus on delivering commercial property law advice to our existing clients and he is also tasked with growing the department. Kamal is approachable and friendly.  We feel his personality combined with his professional expertise and experience will appeal to both existing and new clients, which makes him the perfect man for the task.”

Kamal, who previously acted as a Consultant Solicitor for two regional law firms says, “I am passionate about proactive client care with my client’s best interests dominating my everyday work schedule so joining Bretherton Law, and a team who share my values, is an extremely positive career move.”

Bretherton Law can advise commercial property land lords, tenants and commercial property agents on any aspect of commercial property law including commercial property sale and purchase, lease advice, rent review and breaches of covenants.

For more information contact Kamal Mustapha


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