Contract litigation with JPHLAW

Contract litigation Disputed Contracts, Litigation & Consumer Disputes As part of our day to day life we enter into contracts to purchase goods and services. Unfortunately, these transactions can often go awry causing a great deal of distress and financial loss. Contract disputes When a dispute arises over a transaction you have entered into, whether it…

JPHLAW Planning Solicitors

 JPHLAW Planning Law Experts JPHLAW advise on planning permission laws and from rights of way to enforcement proceedings; from planning applications to judicial reviews, planning laws are fast  JPHLAW specialist planning solicitors have extensive experience of providing planning advice to developers, lcontractors, investors and landowners on the application of current legislation and policy. The services…

Environmental Law Solicitors

JPHLAW Environmental Law Specialists In the new green economy sustainable energy generation and conservation to pollution, environmental law touches many areas of our lives and business and is an ever changing landscape.  JPHLAW solicitors keep abreast of environmental law matters which are of current interest to our clients and make sure that environmental issues are…

Making a Claim

Road Traffic Accident Claims Any form of road traffic accident is a traumatic experience. An accident of this nature can lead to a range of injuries from whiplash and bruising to life-changing and very serious injuries to the head, brain or spine. No matter what injuries are sustained, you need a road accident solicitor that…

Lawyers worst drivers

Accountants and lawyers are worst drivers Accountants have been labelled the worst drivers in Britain after car insurance specialist 1st Central studied the claims history of more than a million drivers. They are responsible for more than 16,000 accident damage claims per year, but solicitors follow [too?] closely behind, with over 15,000 annual car insurance…

SDLT Changes

The Budget has been and gone and, amongst other things, it left behind changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), something which affects farmers more than you might think.SDLT applies when you purchase a property or land over a certain value – £125,000 for residential property and £150,000 for non-residential/mixed use property – with the…

Company secrecy rules 

 Law firms to be caught by new transparency rules Rules forcing partnerships and unlisted companies to register names of those “with significant control” over their businesses come into force today, in a move ministers hope will boost transparency around UK commerce. Lawyers warned that ignoring the regime – implemented by the Small Business, Enterprise and…