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Public Rights of Way

Public rights of way are undoubtedly an important feature of the English and Welsh countryside. The large network of Footpaths, Bridleways, Restricted Byways, and Byways Open to All Traffic (BOATs) give the public at large the ability to walk unimpeded through some of the most beautiful parts of our countryside. The network is also expanding, with more and more rights of way being added to Local Authorities’ Definitive Maps of Rights of Way each year (except for BOATs, which will be difficult to register following the implementation of the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006).

If you are seeking to apply to register a public right of way because you believe, and can provide evidence, that a route has been actually enjoyed by the public as of right and without interruption for a full period of 20 years or you are seeking to defeat a claim for registration of a public right of way, Lawson Lewis Blakers can help. Our solicitors have a great deal of knowledge and experience in dealing with applications for the registration of public rights of way, and if you would like advice and on making an application to register a public right of way, advice on defeating such an application, or would like us to handle the entire case for you from the start through to the end, we would be pleased to assist.

If, instead, you are in negotiations with a Local Authority as to the establishment of a permissive right of way over your land we would be pleased to assist by reviewing and advising on the draft documentation issued to you by the Local Authority.

For further information, please contact Richard Palmer below.

Employment Law- Fixed Fees

INITIAL FREE HALF HOUR APPOINTMENT

This includes:- Attending you for a preliminary appointment to see whether you have a case or can defend a case. Please note that this is for 30 minutes only and does not include advice in writing.


We are able to offer fixed fees to both claimants and respondents in relation to Employment Tribunal claims. Please contact us for specialist advice and further details.

Preliminary Advice

This includes:

Taking instructions (up to 1.5 hours)

Detailed advice letter

 

Fee £250

VAT @20%

TOTAL £300

Employment Tribunal Proceedings

Advising employee on an Acas Early Conciliation Notification (now an essential first step before lodging an employment claim)

 

Fee £200

VAT @20%

TOTAL £240

  

Preparation of a Claim Form ET1 on behalf of an employee

 

Fee £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £480

  

Preparation of a Claimant's Schedule of Loss

 

Fee £200

VAT @20%

TOTAL £240

 

 Preparation of a Claimant's List of Documents

 

Fee £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £480

 

Advising an employee in relation to a flexible working request

 

Fee £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £480

 

 Preparation of contracts of employment and statutory terms and conditions

 

Fee £250 - £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £300 - £480

  

Preparation of standard disciplinary and grievance procedures

 

Fee £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £480

 

Drafting and preparation of Respondent’s Response ET3

 

Fee £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £480

Preparation of Witness Statements

Fee £200 - £400

VAT @20%

TOTAL £240 - £480

Richard Palmer

Solicitor
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