Anyone who holds themselves out to be a solicitor within England and Wales must hold a valid practicing certificate, showing that they are a member of the Law Society and therefore regulated by the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority (SRA). Entering into a
In the first of our working from home series, the Architecture Department and our Interior Designer, look at small changes around the home that can help lift the mood, providing a welcome distraction from events going on in the outside
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are struggling to comply with their contractual obligations and are looking to find ways to relieve themselves of their contractual obligations, whether this be via a contractual clause, or insurance cover.
A Summary of the Recently Proposed Changes to Leasehold Law On Thursday 9 January 2020, the Law Commission released a report proposing some ways in which the law surrounding leasehold enfranchisement may be reformed. Parliament can now begin to debate which
The consequences of the lockdown have had ramifications far and wide to all aspects of our lives, businesses and the way we socially interact now. Residential Conveyancing has not been immune from these ramifications. The government has issued advice (see link