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Frettens Solicitors are delighted to announce that Carl Geary has been promoted to become a Partner at the firm
Frettens Solicitors are delighted to announce that Carl Geary has been promoted to become a Partner at the firm. Carl has been at Frettens since 2007, initially as a paralegal and then beginning a training contract, the final stage...
Please find a link to a recent article issued by Zurich Insurance, which may be of use to our members, many of whom probably have lots of questions re their cover etc
Article by Hugh James - a full service, top 100 UK law firm offering specialist legal and financial advice
The Court of Appeal held that where rented properties are co-owned, the landlord levy is due by any co-owner pro rated to the rented properties’ WOZ value ), whereby the co-owner in question is entitled to a tax free allowance of – to date – 10
Interestimng article recent Court of Appeal case of Winterburn v Bennett  by Stephanie Sparks of Ashfords LLP
Leading Dorset solicitors Steele Raymond LLP have unveiled the refurbishment of its Southbourne offices
From April 2018 landlords have a new responsibility. Rental property must have a minimum Energy Performance Certificate rating of E, and the 2011 Energy Act stipulates than an EPC rating of F or G will be unlawful.
New Manager for Southampton Napier Office
article by Angus Evers of Shoosmiths LLP
Article written by Kerri Hunter of Frettens Solicitors (17th July 2017)