Muhammad Sohrab Khan Muhammad Sohrab Khan
Consultant Conveyancing Solicitor

Muhammad Sohrab Khan is a Consultant Residential Conveyancing Solicitor.

Having obtained a Masters in International Commercial Law through the University of Bedfordshire, Sohrab offers a diligent, client-focused professional legal service. Muhammad provides advice on all aspects of residential property in England and Wales. He specialises in all aspects of residential conveyancing, acting for a broad range of clients from first-time buyers to seasoned investors and developers. He acts regularly for solicitors of other firms.

Sohrab understands the need for reliability and effective communication and ensures that his clients are kept fully informed as to the status of their transaction throughout the process. When issues present themselves in the course of a transaction, a sensible, constructive approach is always taken.

His expertise includes freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, transfers of equity, re-mortgages.

Throughout his career, Sohrab has built a diverse client base ranging from overseas investors, high net worth individuals and their companies, investment companies, trading companies and banks. His specific expertise resides in purchasing or disposing of prime or super-prime residential property in Central London. Sohrab attends to the sale and purchase of both leasehold and freehold properties, re-mortgages and transfers of equity.

In addition to his residential experience, Sohrab also represents private and commercial clients in commercial property matters such as business sales and acquisitions and commercial leases. His past experience, combined with his expert legal knowledge, allows Sohrab to appreciate the priorities of business and homeowners so as to guide clients in a clear and personal manner.

Prior to joining Setfords in 2021, Sohrab worked with private client firms in London and Lahore Pakistan.

Interests and Hobbies:

In his spare time, Sohrab enjoys travelling, cricket, cinema, and generally relaxing with his family.

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