Leaders in Law endorses Alexander Cools-Lartigue as our exclusively recommended Real Estate Law expert in Jamaica. If you wish to get in touch with Alexander please use the contact information provided above.
Alexander is a Partner and the Head of our Probate and Conveyancing Department. He was admitted to practise law in 1988 and has considerable experience acting in real estate transactions, mortgages, leases, land registration and estate administration.
He possesses a wealth of knowledge especially in the area of real estate developments, having played a material role in the implementation of several projects across the island. Alexander also acts on behalf of clients requiring the modification of restrictive covenants and has a significant amount of experience in making applications to the Supreme Court for the modification and discharge of these covenants.
He is a member of the Jamaican Bar Association (JAMBAR) and sits on the association’s Conveyancing Committee.
Our experienced team consists of over 25 attorneys-at-law qualified to practice under the laws of Jamaica who are dedicated to bringing world class services from an island in the Caribbean. We strive to be specialists in our respective practice areas by leveraging our legal knowledge, decades of networks within industries and street smarts.
Who We Are
Nunes, Scholefield, DeLeon & Co. is the successor partnership to Judah, Desnoes, Lake, Nunes, Scholefield & Co. The firm’s predecessors can be traced from as far back as 1929 making it one of the oldest law firms in Jamaica if not the Caribbean. We offer a comprehensive range of quality legal services. Our firm is equipped with the latest information technology and client care practices and we are constantly striving to improve.The firm and its attorneys-at-law have been recognized by the IFLR 1000, Chambers & Partners and the World Trademark Review as leaders in our fields of specialization. We have decades of linkages within significant local organizations such as the American Chamber of Commerce in Jamaica, the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce and the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica. Attorneys-at-law sit on various sub-committees of these local organizations to keep abreast of industry concerns and to provide advocacy for legal reform.
Glimpses of the Past
In 1929, two young lawyers, Douglas Joseph Judah, and Charles Harry Randall joined forces to establish the firm, Judah & Randall. This was the beginning of a partnership that was to develop into one of Jamaica’s outstanding law firms. They were later joined by another young lawyer, Noel N. Nethersole, who was admitted to practice in 1931. He joined as a partner, and the firm came to be known as Judah, Randall & Nethersole, carrying on practice at 11, Duke Street in Kingston.