Like us all we have been watching listening and where appropriate following carefully the advice given by the Government and those within Public Health England. Wishing always to protect where we can our clients as they come into contact with us and our staff.
We are taking specific steps which will be updated and changed as further information is released though at present;
- Where possible appointments during this time will be conducted through telephone skype facetime or the internet.
- Clients wishing to contact us are encouraged to do so by e mail if they can. Or if they have documents to drop in to put them in our letter box as our doors will remain locked.
- All our lawyers and key staff have modern technology using our Leap system and so can work remotely at any time whatever happens. As a result the work of the office will continue whatever happens in the weeks to come.
- As always we continue to reply to e mails in within 28 hours.
- We have put in place stringent measures to protect our staff including what they should do in the event they feel ill themselves or have contact with anyone with coronavirus symptom. That advice of course changes daily as information is received and digested from the Government and its Medical Officer”.
Hassall Law is a boutique law practice specialising in country and waterside life. We provide the highest standards in legal knowledge, client care and service. Established by practitioners experienced in their subjects. Holding the Law Societies accreditations under Lexcel, Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) and Wills tax planning and Probate Scheme (WIQS).
News and Developments
Joshua Gardner, MSc, LLM, FALA Solicitor at Hassall Law will tomorrow be speaking at this event focusing on The Legal Essentials for Property Developers the idea behind this talk is to give you as a property developer the knowledge needed to understand what your solicitor is saying and to explain all the paperwork you need in place to allow for a smooth sale or purchase.
Many types of land are currently in demand from densely populated areas to large open fields.
If you are intending to let the Property, you may be affected by regulations under the Energy Act 2011.
Residential Buy to Lets are no longer from a Landlord’s point of view without their problems.
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