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53 Tooley Street, The Counting House, London, London, SE1 2QN

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Languages spoken Czech, English, Farsi (Persian), French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Polish, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Urdu 
Size of firm 46 solicitors


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  • Benefits and allowances
  • Children
  • Clinical negligence
  • Commercial litigation
  • Commercial property
  • Company and commercial
  • Construction
  • Consumer
  • Conveyancing - residential
  • Corporate finance
  • Crime - fraud
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  • Immigration - nationality and citizenship
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  • Insolvency and restructuring - business
  • Insurance
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  • Landlord and tenant - residential
  • Licensing gaming and betting
  • Litigation - general
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  • entertainment and sport
  • Mental health
  • Mergers and acquisitions
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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

29/01/18

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/129519.article?Decision=2018-01-29

Outcome: Condition
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Peter Andrew Walker is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Mr Walker?s practising certificate for 2017/2018 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Mr Walker is not sole signatory to any client account cheques, does not have sole responsibility for client account or sole responsibility for authorising client account transfers, electronic or otherwise.

Mr Walker is not appointed to any new Court Appointed Deputyships.



In these conditions the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basisThe above conditions are considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

25/11/16

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/129519.article?Decision=2018-01-29

Outcome: Condition
Outcome details

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Peter Walker is subject to Regulations 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Peter Walker's practising certificate for 2016/2017 has been granted subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Peter Walker is not to be a sole manager, shareowner and/or equity owner within an authorised body.

In the event Peter Walker wishes to become a manager of an authorised body, he is required to make an application to the SRA for approval of this role. Peter Walker may not take on the role of manager of an authorised body without the advance approval of the SRA.

Peter Walker is not appointed to any new Court Appointed Deputyships.



In this condition the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basisThe above condition is considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

10/12/15

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/131550.article?Decision=2017-11-21

Outcome: Condition
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This outcome was reached by SRA decision.

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Peter Walker is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Peter Walker's practising certificate for the practice year 2015/16 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



He is not to be a sole manager, shareowner and/or equity owner within an authorised body. In this condition 'manager', 'shareowner' and 'owner' are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.

In the event Peter Walker wishes to become a manager of an authorised body, he is required to make an application to the SRA for approval of these roles. Peter Walker may not take on the role of manager of an authorised body without the advance approval of the SRA.

Peter Walker is not appointed to any new Court Appointed Deputyships.



In these conditions the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basisThe above conditions are considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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