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The combined experience and expertise of our lawyers means we have encountered every situation and issue that can arise. As such, we are adept at providing first class legal support and advice, whatever your specific circumstances may be. Many of our solicitors are recognised as leaders in their field, and our clients return to us for advice across all areas of their life.

With offices in Southampton, London, Richmond, Guildford, Lymington and Woking, we offer specialist support to clients nationwide.

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News & latest updates


Covid-19 rent arrears enforcement

Simon Beetham


To provide further clarity for landlords and tenants, on 19 June 2020 the Government published guidance for the commercial property sector, in the form of a Code of Practice. The Code of Practice is voluntary and encourages good practice between landlords and tenants, promoting payment of rent by tenants where this is possible, but also […]

Dispute resolution | Disputes | Real estate


When to knock out a lock-out agreement

Charlotte Brackley


High-value country property transactions have enjoyed a boom over the past few months, leading to an increasing trend towards the use of Exclusivity Agreements, also known as ‘lock-out agreements’. An Exclusivity Agreement is normally a tool used by a buyer to provide them with an exclusive opportunity to do due diligence on a property, and […]

Real estate | Rural services


Reminder – Time limits for furlough claims from 1 November

Katherine Maxwell


There are new stricter time limits for making claims under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough). These apply during the extension of the scheme to 31 March.  Claims made from 1 November 2020 must be submitted by 11.59pm, 14 calendar days after the month you are claiming for. When this time falls on a weekend […]

Covid recovery | Employment


Agricultural tenancy reform update

Anita Symington


In an earlier edition of Rural News, we considered the proposals put forward in the Defra Consultation Paper on Agricultural tenancies. The most controversial of these proposals were: for AHA tenancies to be assignable by a Tenant at a premium where no eligible successor remained; the extension of the category of eligible relatives to include […]

Real estate | Rural services