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Six out of 10 people admit to never checking their home’s flood risk by Landmark Information

Posted by on 7th January 2020 in January 2020 |
Tony Rollason, Regional Manager, Landmark Information   People in Great Britain are still not checking the flood risk of their homes, in spite of increased incidents of flood events across the country.   62% of respondents to a YouGov survey, which was commissioned by property data company Landmark Information Group, stated that they have never checked the flood risk level of their home.   The survey found that people in Scotland are the least likely to have carried out any checks with 77% confirming they had never researched their flood risk.  This was followed by those in London (71%), 65% of those in the North West of England a...

Call for Nominations - the Somerset Cook's & Hatchard's Law Prize 2020

Posted by on 6th March 2020 in March 2020 |
The Cook's and Hatchard's Law Prize is an award which recognises an individual who has achieved not only academic success but has also engaged in charitable initiatives which have raised the profile of the profession; supported junior lawyers and/or the wider community.      The Trustees recognise that the route to qualifying as a Solicitor is an ever changing process. The conventional approach of completing a Degree, undergoing the GDL/LPC and eventually sourcing a Training Contract has been supplemented by a series of alternative routes.   It is now increasingly common specifically in the case of smaller firms and/or Local Authorities for individuals...

Business Continuity and Coronavirus planning from partner DictateNow

Posted by on 6th March 2020 in March 2020 |
    Coronavirus (COVID-19)   Business Continuity Planning   With England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty warning a Covid-19 epidemic in the UK is looking “likely”, and with home working being a key part of the government's 'Battle Plan' to combat the virus, the prospect of fee earners working remotely May become a reality rather than a trend.   With most UK businesses, including law firms carrying out contingency planning in the event of a widespread outbreak we are being called upon by our clients to provide additional support should it be required.   The ability for fee earners to work from home is far easier than for...

Gilbert Stephens, Exeter - Trust Administrator

Posted by on 25th January 2021 in Private Client Probate, Wills, Trusts & Charities |
  Private Client – Trust Administrator Exeter Office   Trust Administrator required to join the Firm’s well-established Private Client Department to be responsible for the management and development of the firm’s existing portfolio of trusts, and the provision of our other Private Client services (including estate and capital tax planning, estate administration and the administration of financial affairs under Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputy orders) to trustees and beneficiaries.   A proficient and friendly disposition is essential with the ability to work well as part of a team and the aptitude to use initiative where appropriate.  Previ...

Gilbert Stephens - Mid Devon - Residential Property Solicitor/Legal Executive

Posted by on 3rd February 2021 in Residential Conveyancing / Gen. Non Contentious |
  Experienced Residential Property Solicitor / Legal Executive - Mid Devon   Well qualified and experienced fee earner required to join the Firm’s well-established property department.  At least 7 years relevant PQE and a solid residential property background Excellent interpersonal and time management skills are essential Proficient IT skills with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office and case management systems The successful candidate will be responsible for handling a comprehensive caseload of property matters including sales & purchases of freehold and leasehold properties including flats and shared ownership, equity release mortgages an...

Tozers, Exeter - Paralegal, Commercial Litigation

Posted by on 25th March 2021 in Paralegals & Trainee Solicitors |
The Role   Our team of litigators acts for a wide range of clients from individuals, small businesses, charities, hotel chains and housing associations. When a hearing cannot be avoided, the team has experienced advocates who can represent clients in action in for example, the High Court and District Registries, the local County Courts and Tribunals. In employment matters the team advises exclusively employers on everything from services for directors and senior managers, TUPE, redundancy, disciplinary proceedings and tribunal claims The team is expanding and requires a paralegal to join them. About you We welcome applications from all backgrounds and wh...
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