Mino has developed significant expertise in commercial and residential property law, joint ventures and property finance. He acts for both commercial organisations and high net worth individuals. Much of his advice has an international element to it.
Mino’s strengths lie in providing commercial advice and guidance to his clients to resolve complicated situations in a pragmatic and insightful way, thus allowing them to achieve their desired goals.
He joined Ince in 2014 from another leading law firm, where he had been working since 2005.
“MY CLIENTS SHOULD AND DO EXPECT MY PERSONAL AND HANDS ON INVOLVEMENT IN BOTH THE COMMERCIAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF THEIR UNDERTAKINGS”
What you may not know about Mino
Mino is a keen stone sculptor and draws his inspiration from the works of Moore, Hepworth, Zadkine and others. Most of his work takes six months or more. Some of his more recent work can be viewed on Instagram minothemistocli.
My matter highlights
Handling the negotiations for the multi million pound purchase of a major Hotel, acting in the purchase and settling the terms for a third party management contract
Representing a family investment group in the break-up of their London residential and commercial holdings between 7 newco companies with the creation of 64 investment leases with separate funding
Representing a high net worth Middle East family in the acquisition of a number of multi million pound residential homes to create a secure family compound
Representing on retainer a high net worth offshore investor in the acquisition of a trophy home from developers and monitoring the development
Acting on the acquisition of a number of major development sites
Acquiring for clients in the acquisition of multi million commercial investments and their disposal
My recent publications
News / Ince advises London local authority trading company in £38m acquisition of 155 properties
26-05-2021 / Real Estate
Our Real Estate team recently advised local authority trading company, TBG Open Door Limited (part of The Barnet Group), on the acquisition of 155 properties in a deal worth £38 million.
News / How to mitigate potential issues when returning to work in let commercial properties
21-08-2020 / Real Estate
Shops may not be able to accommodate the government’s guidance on working safely during the pandemic in practical terms.
Insights / Planning law in revision
24-07-2020 / Real Estate
Boris Johnson recently announced that he would introduce the most radical planning changes since the Second World War. The government followed that announcement with the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (T&CPUA) which creates new use classes in relation to England which comes into effect on 1 September 2020.