James Williams

Solicitor | Director

James is a Solicitor in the Commercial Property Department having completed his Training Contract with Moore & Tibbits and qualifying in 2016.

During his time with Moore & Tibbits, James has gained a wealth of experience in sales, purchases, equity transfers and leases.  James can also advise on Landlord & Tenant issues including the preparation of tenancy agreements, service of notices and eviction of tenants.  James has further experience in other types of commercial property transactions including:

  • Acquisitions and disposals of investment and general commercial property 
  • Leases and licences of all commercial property 
  • General property advice 
  • Acquistions of land for development 
  • Portfolio Management 
  • Advice on Conditional Contracts and Option Agreements
  • Overage Arrangements 
  • Farm sales and purchases 
  • Boundary and title issues 

James studied his LLB degree at Exeter University before going on to Nottingham Law School to complete his LPC.  After graduating, James joined O'Gorman & Co as a paralegal before joining Moore & Tibbits as a Trainee Solicitor in October 2014.

In his spare time, James is often found on the sports field, whether it be rugby, football or cricket.  If not there, then you'll possibly need a plane and set of skis to find him in the French Alps!



News and media

  • News
    • Posted on August 16, 2021
      The purpose of a rent review is to regularly reassess the rent that the landlord is offering at different intervals within the lease, usually, every three to five years. It enables the landlord to review the current value of the property and the level of rent payable.

      The most common rent review provisions found in leases today are:
    • Posted on March 4, 2021
      The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak this week introduced the Spring budget and how the Government will do “whatever it takes” to help the country recover from the acute damage the pandemic has had on the UK economy and get the nation back on its feet. We have set out below some of the key points from the budget.
    • Posted on March 31, 2020
      The Coronavirus Act 2020-21 provides immediate protection for commercial tenants who cannot pay their rent because of COVID-19. No business can be forced out of their premises until at least 30 June 2020, even if they miss payment(s) of rent.

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