Naomi has established a broad practice over a number of years in the Civil Courts, regularly conducting claims in the County Court with particular emphasis on possession, disrepair, tenancy deposit disputes and anti-social behaviour.
Naomi acts for both landlords and tenants in all aspects of residential leases, both short and long term including repossession of property, disrepair, eviction of squatters, mortgage possession cases, tenancy deposit disputes and houses in multiple occupation and is able to advise on tenancy agreements and landlord disputes.
Having acquired the Higher Rights of Audience qualification, Naomi is able to advocate for her clients throughout the court proceedings.
Naomi is the founder of TenancyRights ® a not-for profit organisation which provides information, legal updates and developments in housing and landlord & tenant law.
In what spare time Naomi has, she enjoys reading, writing and travelling. Her favourite genre of books is historical fiction.
Naomi has been successful in obtaining substantial financial compensation for tenants subject to disrepair, in one case obtaining £15,000 for a tenant who was unable to utilise the bedroom in her property because of damp and mould caused by a defective damp proof course.
Naomi has been successful in obtaining an interim possession order against squatters who had illegally occupied a site which was awaiting planning permission to be developed into a social hub for the benefit of the local community.
The Tenant’s Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to Renting (1st Edition) (Published January 2015)
The Tenant’s Rights Manual: The Essential Guide to Renting (2nd Edition) (Published November 2017).