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Amy Jackson

Solicitor, Civil Litigation

Amy Jackson is a solicitor based in our Honiton office where she is a member of our litigation department.  She joined Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors in 2018 having previously worked as a solicitor in the Exeter office of a regional law firm's property litigation department. Amy qualified as a solicitor in 2014.

Amy specialises in a variety of property and housing-related matters for both public and private clients. She has experience in possession claims, injunctions, claims against trespassers and claims for damages for disrepair and breach of repairing obligations. Amy also acts for private clients in relation to boundary disputes, disputes relating to easements, restrictive covenants, adverse possession claims and nuisance claims.

Amy is a member of the Property Litigation Association and the Law Society’s Junior Lawyers Division.

Amy enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading and walking her dog.

The Manor House, High Street
Honiton EX14 1DJ
EX14 1DJ
DX 48803 Honiton
Fax: 01404 548051
Phone: 01404 548050


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