Solicitor Services

Solicitors are one of the three types of lawyer in Enland and Wales (the other two being barrister and notary public), who are legally qualified to practise law. They hold the required professional indemnity insurance and annually renewed practising certificate and advise clients on a range of matters of law in England and Wales, such as conveyancing and property law, wills and probate, business, company,commercial and employment laws. They can also in some circumstances appear for the client in courts of law. The formal title of a solicitor is "Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales". Solicitors are appointed by the Law Society and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

We can assist you in the following areas:

Conveyancing / Residential Property

We can assist you with the sale,  purchase and re-mortgage of residential property in England and Wales. All the work involved is done by Pawel Salinger personally and is not delegated. You will have the benefit of his years of experience in conveyancing and property law. He acts as your independent advisor and attract many new clients through personal recommendations.

We advise you on all legal aspects of the house-buying, selling or re-mortaging process including:

  • The nature of joint ownership and ownership in common
  • The nature of property searches and their limitations
  • Extending your residential lease
  • Concerns you may have such as the existence of a right of way
  • The enforceability of restrictive covenants
  • The nature of a seller's duty of full and frank disclosure of past events when selling a property and the effect of concealing or misrepresenting material facts
  • The duty on purchasers to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax
  • Shared ownership
  • The advantages of making a will when purchasing property

Commercial Property

  • Acting for tenants acquiring a new lease
  • Acting for tenants assigning an existing lease
  • Acting for landlords on the grant of a new lease
  • Acting for tenants acquiring an existing lease
  • Dealing with rent reviews
  • Dealing with Licences for Alterations and Licences for Change of Use etc

Wills and Probate

  • The advantages of having a will
  • The necessity for a personal service
  • Home or hospital visits arranged
  • Advice on the ability of the testator to make a valid will
  • The necessity of interviewing the testator on his or her own
  • Appointing executors
  • How can wills be challenged?
  • What is undue influence?
  • What are the limits to the freedom of testamentary capacity?. What obligations must a testator have regard to when making a will?
  • Does the will deal with any foreign property? If not should it?
  • Non-contentious Probate proceedings

Immigration Law

  • Temporary and permanent residence permits for European Union nationals and their dependants-EEA1, EEA2, EEA3 and EEA4
  • Naturalisations as British citizens
  • Work Permits and visas for enterpreneurs from outside the European Union

Affidavits and Statutory Declarations

  • Taking declarations and oaths
  • Drafting declarations and affidavits

Lasting and General Powers of Attorney

  • Advice on their merits
  • Advice on restrictions on the attorney's powers
  • Advice on their drawbacks and the scope for abuse by the attorney
  • Advice for attorneys on the duty to register a Lasting Power of Attorney

Landlord & Tenant

  • Tenancy agreements and leases prepared
  • The rights and obligations of landlords and tenants under tenancies and leases explained
  • Renewals and terminations
  • Collective enfranchisements and individual enfranchisements under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development legislation

Employment law

  • Preparing contracts of employment and contracts for services (for self-employed)
  • Advising on all aspects of contracts of employment
  • Advising on all aspects of wrongful dismissal, unfair dismissal and redundancy
  • Advising on and completing Compromise Agreements

Company Services and General Contract Law

  • Setting up limited companies
  • Setting up self-employment
  • Partnership/Shareholders' Agreements
  • Preparing building contracts
  • Advice on contracts and their termination as well as consequences of breach of contract

 

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