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About Reema Chugh

Reema has over 10 years’ experience in Property and Commercial disputes, having worked and led litigation departments at various law firms previously. She has acted for clients’ nationally and globally and helped them obtain successful outcomes to their long standing legal disputes.

As an accredited Mediator, Reema strongly believes in the spirit of resolving disputes without escalation to court. However, where an out of court settlement is not feasible, she does not hesitate to issue court proceedings adopting a robust approach on behalf of her clients.

Reema’s expertise includes, but is not limited to the following areas:

Commercial and residential property disputes 

  • Lease renewals and extensions
  • Forfeiture of commercial premises
  • Claims for dilapidations
  • Rent reviews
  • Service charge disputes
  • Property evictions
  • Boundary disputes
  • Easement and rights of way disputes
  • Tree root damage disputes
  • Right to light disputes
  • Nuisance claims
  • Restrictive covenant disputes
  • Mortgage repossession orders

"I have been working with Reema from HJA for a while now and have had a great experience to date. So much so that I have since referred several clients through to them and all have said how glad they are with the work. I highly recommend these guys." Richard from Trust Bricks Ltd

Construction disputes

  • Breach of JCT contracts such as delay in completion, payment issues, design issues and quality of the build
  • Review and advise on JCT, MW contracts

Commercial disputes

  • Debt recovery
  • Breach of contract
  • Shareholder and company disputes
  • Negligence claims against surveyors, accountants
  • Fraud asset recovery

Client Comments

  • “Reema has been exceptional. She has a sharp mind, works effectively & efficiently, and has been attentive to the few tweaks I felt were necessary regarding my case. I could not be happier.”
  • “A big thank you to Reema for all her help. Reema was absolutely amazing when it came to our eviction process, making it completely stress free. She was very clear and thorough throughout the whole process. I highly recommend Hodge Jones & Allen solicitors and especially Reema for her wonderful help.- Theo”
  • “I am extremely satisfied with the services provided by Solicitor Reema. Her wealth of experience and unwavering professionalism have been evident throughout my case. Reema’s timely guidance has not only eased the process but has also instilled confidence in moving forward. Despite the ongoing nature of my case, I am happy with the progress to date. I highly recommend Reema for her expertise and dedication to her clients.”
  • “Excellent Service provided by Reema Chugh. Thank you.” Mr Singh 
  • “Reema Chugh was fantastic, not only is her professionalism brilliant but the information given was clear and precise which led to a very satisfactory outcome. Cannot recommend her …. highly enough”.
  • “Reema helped me when I needed an emergency solicitor. She was able to support me last minute to complete my mortgage application. I appreciate her knowledge and communication skills with the other parties. She was always friendly and understanding of my current situation.”
  • “I visited Reema yesterday and found her to be very efficient, friendly and approachable. The advice she gave me was good and it enabled me to make a confident and informed decision as to how to best proceed. Would strongly recommend this solicitor.”

Memberships & Appointments

  • Internationally Accredited Mediator
  • Visiting Lecturer in Law at Nottingham Law School, part of Nottingham Trent University

Education & Personal Interests


  • The Singapore International Mediation Institute (SIMI) – Mediation
  • Nottingham Law School, 2011-2012- Legal Practice Course
  • Nottingham Trent University, 2008-2011- – LLB Hons

Personal Interests

Reema enjoys reading, keeping active and has a keen interest in charitable work. She is a Trustee of a charity she founded in 2018 called the AUM Charity which aims to assist victims of domestic abuse and children in need.

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