We are a firm of solicitors based in Norwich providing a wide range of legal services to private individuals and businesses.
Our leading practice has operated from its convenient city centre premises for over a century, during which time we have built our reputation for honesty, integrity and excellent standards of service.
No matter what your requirement for legal assistance, our goal is to understand your personal situation, provide you with a cost effective, clear solution and deliver with our usual exceptional customer service.
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A valid Section 21 Notice seeking possession is only valid if a number of requirements are first satisfied, with potentially disastrous consequences if they are not. From 1 October 2018, the requirements will apply to all Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST).Read more
Partner Dan Evans was recently approached by the Eastern Daily Press to answer questions about investing in commercial property. Click on the image above to read his advice.Read more
Appointing trustees who are also beneficiaries can lead to conflicts of interest and that is why it is always best to appoint independent professionals to do the job. That point was clearly made...
Many flat tenants are licensed to make use of a common garden, but what happens to those rights if they acquire the freehold of their homes? The Court of Appeal considered that issue in the...
Despite any number of cautionary tales appearing in the press and elsewhere, many unmarried cohabitees unwisely persist in buying properties together without taking legal advice. In one case, a...