Scott Gair is an Associate Solicitors within the Property Department at the Brighton office and has been a Mayo Wynne Baxter since 2004. Scott deals predominantly with commercial property and lettings acting on behalf of landlords and tenants undertaking a diverse range of property work.
Scott has his own personal licence, and is approved by the British Institute of Inn keeping Awarding Body (BIIAB) to teach and deliver a number of licensing courses. Scott regularly teaches BIIAB accredited courses in house to new and existing clients. Scott also teaches licensing at City College in Brighton, and he teaches a police force too. Scott deals with a wide range of licensing issues for the leisure and hospitality sector.
Before joining the firm Scott graduated from the University of Sussex in 2003 and trained with the practice before qualifying in 2006. Scott was based in the firm’s Eastbourne office for four years then moved to the Brighton office in March 2008before moving to our Lewes office in September 2010.
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