Zia Bhaloo appointed Queen’s Counsel

Zia Bhaloo appointed Queen's CounselNote: Being appointed Queen’s Counsel or “getting silk (robes)” is one of the highest accolades that can be bestowed on a lawyer.

General Profile

Zia Bhaloo was called to the Bar in 1990 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2010. Zia is well-known for her property and landlord and tenant work and has been recommended as a leading junior on both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 for many years. Her practice covers all areas of property and landlord and tenant and includes: restrictive covenants, adverse possession, easements, title to and sale of land, proprietary estoppel, overage and options, boundary disputes, mortgages, business tenancies (contested renewals), dilapidations, rights of first refusal, rent review, service charges, break clauses, consent to alienation, alterations and change of use and property related insolvency.


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