COVID-19 - We continue to operate as normal with all of our people working from home. Our offices are CLOSED to visitors until further notice. We can still receive hard-copy mail sent to the office, as before. We can receive telephone calls but it may take longer to answer than normal. Please use email for messages.

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Richard Hiron Dec 03,2020
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With effect from 28 November 2020, standard and enhanced criminal records checks from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS, formerly the Criminal Records Bureau) have been changed under The Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records Certificates: Releva...

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Tariq Phillips Dec 03,2020
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National Restrictions & Tiers could offer you the best opportunity to go FREE OF TIE and pay MARKET RENT for your pub in 2021. The Pubs Code's timetable on applying for #MRO is strict SO PLEASE DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE. Get in touch with tp@tplegal-...

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Tariq Phillips Dec 03,2020
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TP Legal Solicitors advertised on Greatest Hits Radio during November and December 2020. The adverts were targeted at clients who would have a need for our employment law, business law, conveyancing and probate services. We were proud to be associ...

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Richard Hiron Dec 01,2020
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Today, the time periods for an employee (potential Claimant) and employer (potential Respondent) to engage in Acas Early Conciliation to try and resolve a potential claim before going to the Employment Tribunal have changed.

Previously, po...

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Zoe McCaig Dec 01,2020
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Break Notices

Due to Covid19, many landlords are receiving break notices from their commercial property tenants. Break notices, also known as break clauses or break options, often allow a landlord or tenant to bring a lease to an early end...

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