Abi Rudd, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, is an Associate in Howes Percival’s commercial property department and deals with a range of freehold and leasehold commercial property transactions including, disposals and acquisitions, landlord and tenant matters and a range of property finance matters.
Abi is a member of our Leisure and Tourism team and has particular expertise in equestrian property. As a horse enthusiast herself, Abi is keen to raise awareness within the equestrian sector of the legal and financial implications of taking on or letting out equestrian property.
Abi has a dedicated Instagram account to not only share photographs of her horses and life at the livery yard, but to prompt others to think about issues they may be facing and how she can help them before they escalate. If you would like to find out more or keep up to date with her posts, please follow @thehorseylawyer on Instagram. The account is aimed at those people with an interest in horses or in the business of equestrian pursuits, as well as land and property agents with connections to the equestrian sector.
- October 2020 – Present: Howes Percival LLP, Associate (Chartered Legal Executive)
- 2011 – 2020: Howes Percival LLP, Paralegal
- 2008 – 2011: Howes Percival LLP, Commercial Property Legal Secretary
- 2005 – 2008: Eversheds LLP, Plot Sale Conveyancer
“Howes Percival advised us on the sale of our property with private equestrian facilities as well as the purchase of a large livery yard with various ancillary equestrian facilities. The purchase wasn’t a straightforward matter but Abi and the team were able to find solutions that worked well and provided us with excellent service throughout.”
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