2 reviews (5/5) and information for England Palmer, Guildford
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60 Chertsey Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4HL
Languages spoken English
Size of firm 2 solicitors
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Legal services at this branch
- Commercial litigation
- Commercial property
- Company and commercial
- Conveyancing - residential
- Corporate finance
- Crime - fraud
- Crime - general
- Debt and bankruptcy - personal
- Debt recovery
- Family - general
- Insolvency and restructuring - business
- Landlord and tenant - residential
- Litigation - general
- Personal injury
- Private client - Probate
- Private client - Wills
- Professional negligence
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Outcome: Approval of employment (section 41)
This outcome was reached by SRA decision.
Mr Wolff?s work will be directly supervised by Mr Adrian England and in Mr England?s absence by a solicitor who holds an unconditional practising certificate (minimum three years PQE).
Mr Wolff?s name does not appear on the firm?s headed notepaper, publicity material, website or external nameplates.
Mr Wolff shall not supervise any other employee at England Palmer Solicitors.
Mr Wolff shall not hold, receive or have any responsibility for client money.
Mr Wolff is not an authorised signatory to any client or office account cheque and does not have the power to authorise electronic payments or transfers from any client or office account.
The SRA is immediately informed of any proposed variation in Mr Wolff?s duties or his supervision arrangements prior to any variation.
This approval and the conditions attached to it are subject to review at the absolute discretion of the SRA.
Jeremy Michael Wolff was struck off the roll of solicitors on 30 March 2007. In accordance with Section 41 of the Solicitors Act 1974, any solicitor wishing to employ or remunerate him in connection with their practise as a solicitor must obtain the SRA's approval. The SRA is satisfied that the above employment will not put public confidence in the administration of justice and the provision of legal services or the interests of clients at risk.
General Legal advice
07/04/11 - Reviewed by Stuart R
A very reputable local law firm in the heart of Guildford - I would recommend EP for anything legal - friendly, helpful and above all patient!!
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