Bill Wass

Consultant Solicitor

Profile

Bill is a consultant solicitor in the commercial property team. After training with a city firm Bill joined Warners and became a partner shortly after. Bill acted as Chairman for Warners from 2001 to 2010.

Bill specialises in property investment portfolio work, estate development, conditional contracts and options, granting and taking of new leases (retail, office and industrial), purchase of business with property, property conversions and flat developments, restrictive covenants, easements and drainage rights etc. licences to assign, sub-lets and alterations, rent reviews, commercial mortgages, sales and purchases of office or industrial premises and sales of part.

If Bill is unavailable please contact, Michelle Wooton, 01732 375370, m.wooton@warners.law

Experience

  • Acting for and advising landlords on the grant of new commercial leases
  • Acting for and advising the seller on a property portfolio of 450 properties
  • Advising landlords on acquisitions, leases and general commercial property work
  • Advising landlords with property portfolios, both residential and commercial
  • Advising first time tenants during lease negotiations
  • Advising on a corporate disposal of a privately owned property investment company with asset value approaching £100Million

Recognition & Memberships

  • Chairman, Non-Contentious Committee, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and District Law Society

Chambers 2017 – William Wass of Warners Solicitors “always gets to the heart of the matter and is never flummoxed,” according to an impressed source. He has experience with all manner of property transactions, such as investment portfolio deals and leasehold issues.

Chambers 2015
– Senior Statesman William Wass of Warners Solicitors advises on a wide range of real estate transactions, including development acquisitions.

William Wass of Warners Solicitors "always gets to the heart of the matter and is never flummoxed," according to an impressed source. He has experience with all manner of property transactions, such as investment portfolio deals and leasehold issues.  


Chambers UK 2017