Rupert Morton-Curtis

Rupert Morton-Curtis


Rupert qualified in 1984, joining Godwins in 2010 from one of the bigger regional firms on the South Coast. With his background in commercial and residential property, Rupert brings a refreshing and communicative approach to matters.

Rupert heads up the Residential Property Department and enjoys a client base that has involved many high profile transactions, taking place in both Hampshire and further afield. With his depth of experience, Rupert has advised on large first registration projects undertaken by landowners, as well as off-plan purchases for investment purposes and matters involving fishing rights and woodland. He often works on multi-million pound residential property transactions.

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Rupert has spearheaded the firm’s membership of CQS (Conveyancing Quality Scheme) and is the Senior Reporting Officer (SRO) for that Scheme. He is also an occasional contributor to The Law Society’s Gazette.

When not in the office, Rupert enjoys nothing more than running after his young family as well as cricket and golf. He is a member of both the MCC and The Garrick.

Key Facts:

  • Solicitor and Member of the LLP
  • Head of the Residential Property Department
  • Qualified in 1984
  • Over 36 years experience in Residential Conveyancing and related aspects
  • BA (HONS) Law 2:1
  • College of Law 1981-1982
  • Money Laundering Reporting Officer
  • Complaints Officer
  • SRO for CQS
  • Member of Law Society Property Section

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Areas of Practice: Residential Conveyancing, Buy to Let, Declarations of Trust, Woodland Fishing and Sales and Purchases and Equity Release Mortgages.