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Jane Fillis

Associate Rural Property Lawyer

Commercial Property

Professional Background:

Jane obtained her Law Degree at Sheffield Hallam University. She qualified as a licensed conveyancer in 2004 in Cumbria after beginning her training in London in 1999.

Jane joined Harrison Drury in January 2023 specialising in rural property law and works within the commercial property department.

Jane is an agricultural property lawyer in the commercial department and is experienced in drafting, negotiating and advising in relation to:

  • Sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold agricultural property;
  • Advising on succession tenancies and partnership agreements;
  • Acting for landlords and tenants on negotiating and drafting tenancies and leases;

• Overage and clawback agreements;
• Option and pre-emption agreements;
• Acting for landowners in the process of obtaining planning permission for development;
• Planning Agreements (s.106);
• Acting for Charities in the granting of leases, purchases and sales;
• Acting on the grant of leases for windfarms;
• Acting for a SIPP provider on the transfer of freehold and leasehold commercial properties into and out of SIPPs, and mortgages by the SIPP trustees.

Personal Interests:

Jane is on the Committee for Women in Property Lancashire & Cumbria Branch and is also on the Committee for the Halifax Agricultural Society.

Jane enjoys cinema and theatre and raising money for various charities including Teenage Cancer Trust.


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