Amy Husk

Senior Associate Solicitor

What My Clients Have Said

May we take this opportunity to thank you for all you have done regarding the new lease, and the clear and efficient communication which has made it all much easier for us. Mr and Mrs Turner

As the matter gained momentum and deadlines loomed closer, Amy Husk went above and beyond to facilitate completion, especially given obstacles due to Covid-19 and, more impactful, Christmas holidays. The desired outcome was achieved aided by her commitment. Jenny Santos, Choose Leisure Limited.

Commercial Property
Commercial Property

Amy is an experienced Commercial Property lawyer advising businesses from a range of sectors on property transactions, including agricultural property and the property aspects of corporate acquisitions, disposals and re-structures.

Amy is passionate about supporting local businesses having grown up in and spent her entire working life in Kent. She takes a keen interest in the agricultural sector and has acted for a number of farmers and land owners. 

She also acts for a wide variety of clients from large corporates to small start ups and property investors. She is known for  her friendly down to earth approach and professionalism, never compromising on the quality of her legal work.  Her style is to work collaboratively with clients and other parties involved to ensure transactions are concluded as smoothly as possible.

Recent transactions include the purchase of a grassland farm, the transfer of business premises and re-financing as part of a company de-merger, the acquisition of a small development site and subsequent plot sales and the exchange of option agreements for a developer.

Amy's style is to work collaboratively with clients and other parties involved to ensure transactions are concluded as smoothly as possible.

Amy Husk, Buying and Selling Agricultural Land and Buildings:

 

My specialisms

Amy has particular expertise in:

  • Acting for landlords and tenants on all aspects of commercial leases, agreements for lease and lease assignments.
  • Property aspects of corporate transactions
  • Refinancing of commercial property
  • Freehold sales and purchases
  • Agricultural and rural property
  • Easements and wayleaves
  • Option agreements and overage
  • Charity and church owned land and buildings.

Amy qualified as a Solicitor in 2008 having previously graduated from the University of Sheffield with a law degree and completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Guildford.  She joined Girlings in February 2020 from another Kent based law firm.   

Client Stories

Read more about Amy Husk's recent transactions.

 

Commitment Without Compromise