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Navin Bundhoo

Associate Solicitor

Navin Bundhoo is an associate solicitor working in the Court of Protection and Community Care departments and is based at our Finchley Office.

About Navin

Navin advises on issues of mental capacity, best interests, deprivation of liberty and all aspects of community care law.

Navin joined GN Law as a paralegal in November 2016, where he worked in the Mental Health department advising and assisting clients who were detained in Mental Health hospitals. 

He then moved to the Court of Protection and Community Care departments, where he assisted in cases where we were instructed by the Official Solicitor. He also gained experience in assisting clients with their care needs assessments, financial assessments, direct payments and aftercare under section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983 (as amended). 

Navin also has experience in drawing up wills for clients having completed a seat in the Wills, Trust and Probate department as part of his training contract. He has experience in advising clients on probate, trusts and powers of attorney.

Navin initially qualified into the Housing department advising clients on all aspects of Housing, Landlord and Tenant issues, including homelessness, possession claims, rent arrears and disrepair matters.


  • LPC- London Metropolitan University (2017-2019)
  • LLB (Hons)- London Metropolitan University (2011-2014) (First Class Honours) 


  • GN Law, Associate Solicitor (Sept 2023-present)
  • GN Law, Solicitor (Oct 2019-Aug 2023)
  • GN Law, Trainee Solicitor (Mar 2018-Sept 2019)
  • GN Law, Paralegal (Nov 2016-Feb 2018)


  • Nepali  
  • Hindi  

Personal Interests & Activities  

Navin is a proud Arsenal supporter. He enjoys playing 5-a side football at Power league and is a member of a running club. He has also previously completed a 10km run for charity.    

Navin also enjoys volunteering and helping the community, having been a witness service volunteer at Willesden Magistrates for 2 years.  

What Clients Say:

  • Would like to take the moment on the behalf of XXX to say thank you for helping us to get the result that we were looking for.
  • Thanks so much for this good news and for all your (and your colleagues’) wise advice and hard work!
  • This was the second matter you have aided me with, and both were dealt with speed and professionalism. 
  • Very happy with our dealings regarding our wills. Thank you again.
  • Very impressed with Navin’s level of knowledge and understanding. Handled our queries with clear explanation, I feel very much at ease, he was also reassuring of any concerns. Excellent overall service, highly recommended!
  • As I was treated in great professional manner in every way, if I or someone I know needs a Solicitor, I certainly know where to go.
  • I cannot praise your service enough, absolutely fabulous. Thank you very much. 

Recent Articles

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) released legal guidance tailored to professional deputies and attorneys concerning the rules governing gift-giving. This article highlights some of the key issues outlined in that guidance.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo
Six-month notice periods and the bailiff enforced eviction ban, have been extended once again - Navin Bundhoo looks at the detail.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo
Navin Bundhoo considers the legal position on bailiff enforced evictions now that we are in a third 'lockdown'.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo
Navin Bundhoo considers the impact of the new 6-month notice period for evictions.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo
With the government further extending the ban on evictions, Navin Bundhoo considers the implications.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo
Navid Bundhoo looks at how COVID -19 / Coronavirus is affecting renters.
Our People - Navin Bundhoo

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