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There are some great estate agents out there, but you’re not restricted to only using an agency when looking for your next home. If you’re interested in trying something different, check out our alternative ways to buy a house. More...

We are often approached by graduates and students, from a variety of disciplines, who are looking for various roles in the legal sector. Often, we are asked what qualifications are required to become a conveyancer, as well as what experience will make candidates stand out from the crowd when applying for graduate roles. 

With this in mind, we decided to write an entry that would provide an overview of the qualifications required and the various career paths available in the conveyancing field. More...

Understanding landlord and tenant law can be difficult when you’re unfamiliar with the legislation, which is why we encourage those seeking advice to ask our solicitors questions. Here is a query we recently received about a section 42 notice for lease extension: More...


When you start renting out a property, it is important to be informed and know your landlord and tenant rights. Here we will inform you of your rights to enter your own property and what to do should your tenant become ‘unreasonable’.

Landlord and Tenant Rights: Entering Without Permission 

When a tenancy agreement is signed, the landlord provides the tenant with exclusive possession to the property. This means it is completely within the tenant’s rights to deny anyone and everyone access to the property at any time. Access without permission is therefore, technically, trespassing. And could be the start of legal action. 

However, within this signed contract there should be written some reserved landlord rights to allow access where necessary. For example, access is required to carry out any repairs or to inspect for damage. More...



The number of tenants evicted from rental properties this year is set to be the highest since records began, according to recent statistics released by the government. 

Figures from the Ministry of Justice show that over 11,000 people were evicted in the first quarter of 2015, which is a 51% rise on the same period five years ago. 

In 2014, 42,000 people were evicted from rented properties, a figure which at the time represented a new high since records began in 2000. 

The figures, which relate to England and Wales only, represent an 8% rise on the same period in 2014, and are therefore on course to break last year’s record. More...

With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
  1. Link to the ODR platform - please follow the following link for further information (
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes