Jacqueline A. Seigel

Jacqueline A. Seigel is our exclusively recommended Residential Property Law expert in Connecticut on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Jacqueline directly using the contact details above.

Jacqueline graduated from the Temple University Beasley School of Law and Fox School of Business & Management with a joint Juris Doctorate and Masters of Business Administration in 1994. She has resided in Connecticut for 18 years and has been practising real estate law for over 10 years. Jacqueline is dedicated to ensuring that all of her clients’ real estate needs are met and exceeded. She is licensed to practice in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C.

Firm Overview:

Established in 2005, the firm focuses on helping clients with all of their residential and commercial real estate needs. We handle all aspects of purchasing, selling, refinancing and commercial leasing.

Martin Codd

Martin Codd leads the firm’s property entrepreneurs team. He joined Penningtons in 2011 from Dawsons Solicitors and deals with a wide variety of work in the residential/commercial property sectors. His practice includes the acquisition and disposal of investment properties, as well as advising clients on Landlord and Tenant law.

He acts for a range of clients including institutional investors, private property companies, property funds, individual investors, property traders and owner occupiers.

Martin has considerable experience in dealing with difficult and complicated enfranchisement claims and has been a member of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners since its inception. Martin is also accredited to the Law Society’s CQS scheme for residential conveyancing.

Recent Work Highlights:

  • Bringing a claim and acting for a commercial tenant against the Howard de Walden estate under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967.
  • Acting for a private investor on the acquisition and disposal of 110 houses.
  • Advising a private property company on the acquisition, lease-back and disposal of numerous commercial properties.
  • Creating an institutional fund for residential investment and managing its assets and subsequent realisation.
  • Acting for a major London estate in connection with dealing with all enfranchisement claims brought against them.