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Hubers Law is based at the heart of City of London in a city environment comprised with and run by competent and experienced solicitors. Our aim and mission is to provide legal service in the highest standard. We provide specialist legal service in fulfilling clients’ objectives and requirements. We are determined to provide an excellent service with affordable fees in comprehending of our client’s individual needs.

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    Have a Business solicitor who you can genuinely trust for the types of business law issues that may emerge when you are trading, helps you to concentrate on others business matters and gives you more time and resources to run your business.

    Different business owners get in touch with Hubers Law because the huge expertise they can get from the leading network of law firms may make a great and positive changing on their way of doing business.

    Are you willing to have business legal advice now?

    Have you been thinking about taking some legal advice in business matters?

    Are you researching business law?

    Do you own a business, or have you been thinking about owning a business?

    Business leases and licences

    Deciding on whether to use or agree to a lease or a licence is an important step. There are main differences which Hubers Law can advice you on.

    Should you choose a licence or a lease? The answer is not straight, it depends Characteristics to be clear about include the presence of regular periodic payments and a specific end-date to the agreement. There are benefits and obligations to both. Being clear on what these are beforehand is important. By signing to a wrong agreement, you might not have your rights protected which can hugely affect your business.

    Hubers Law provides business advices on how to set up the right agreement, on drafting of a lease or a license, clarifying their terms, obligations and liabilities without resource to legal jargon.

    Our expert advisors’ team work closely with you, deal with any issue and make sure the costs, timescales and that most probable outcome are clear for you.

    If your licence or lease needs to be amended, or it is time for renewal, we can also provide you help on this matter.

    Making the right legal decisions for your business

    As you are a business owner and an expert in your sector, if you are concerned about any legal obligation affecting your business, we guarantee you that we can work jointly with you in order to guide you along the way.

    Undoubtedly, while running your business, you will want expert legal help you can rely on, so get in touch with Hubers Law and then continue to trade safely in the knowledge that you are in good hands.

    We know that when you are running a business you would rather not assign precious time dealing with legal issues by yourself. Most business owners have so many other pressing things to do on their daily basis; this is the reason why you can feel good when you can confidently allocate your legal problem to an expert business advisor you can trust.

    At Hubers Law we make every effort to provide all our clients with valuable professional assistance; leaving them to get on with looking after their business while we focus on providing them with practical legal help and advice that can help boost or protect their business.

    So if you need legal advice, our initial consultation is a great first step, an easy way of finding out how we could help you without any cost.  Call Hubers Law on 0203 488 0953 or request a free call-back using our online enquiry form.

    Litigation/Dispute Resolution

    Disputes may raise within the potential to be damaging in numerous ways regardless of who they arise between. Whether there is a disagreement with a neighbour, a family member, landlord or a professional such as a solicitor, a surveyor or a financial advisor, it is always wise to seek expert advice before the matter becomes overly complicated and costly.
    At Hubers Law, our main goal is to deliver cost effective service to attend the specific needs of our clients. Our specialist team of dispute resolution is highly experienced in providing advise as they have exceptional knowledge of handling difficult problem with the core aim of resolving your differences in the swiftest, most amicable and efficient way possible.

    Our Dispute Resolution Services

    At Hubers law our team has a strong record of success across a broad range of litigation law. We have experience in dealing with cases in various levels of the civil courts as well as a range of Tribunals. Our specialist litigation solicitors offer an extensive service covering the following areas:

    Debt Recovery and Insolvency

    These issues can arise frequently in commercial and personal life. our specialist s are able to analyse and explain legal issues whether you are facing debts or other monetary claims being made against you, or you wish to pursue money owed to you as an individual.
    Our areas of expertise include Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA), statutory demand, bankruptcy petition and any undergoing Directors Disqualification Proceedings.
    With our expert advice and personalised guidance, you will be reassured of the best possible outcome.

    Real Property Disputes

    We understand how important it must be for you to resolve any dispute surrounding the place in which you live with the utmost efficiency. Our highly experienced property litigation solicitors will help you by guide you through the most appropriate route to resolve everything from boundary disputes and lease related issues to enforcement of lease covenants, adverse possession and joint owner disagreements.

    Residential Landlord and Tenant

    It can be very stressful and upsetting if you have any dispute with your landlord or tenant. whether you are tenant or Landlord our specialist team will help you by providing effective information of your rights as a landlord or tenant and will make you aware if any legal action can be taken in that regard. Our dedicated landlord and tenant litigation specialists will provide personalised assistance, if you need advice on responding to possession proceedings, breach of covenants, dilapidations claims; rent reviews and service charge disputes.

    Contractual Disputes

    We have our litigation law experts who will guide you through the best way if you are dissatisfied with work that has been carried out for you under a contract and/or you believe that there has been a breach of the terms of your agreement. Our litigation law experts will assist you to make a claim against them in the most cost-effective way.

    Professional Negligence Claims

    If any professional such as an accountant, solicitor, surveyor, architect or financial adviser fall short of their duty of care and act negligently then you may be able to bring a claim against them for professional negligence.

    Trust, Probate, Wills and Power of Attorney Disputes

    Our highly experienced solicitors deal with disputes concerning sensitive issues such as probate and wills. Hence it is very important that you engage the right level of expert assistance to reach a resolution. At Hubers Law , we have been recognised for our positive approach and, wherever possible, seek to maintain good family relationship while resolving the dispute. We are committed to assist you, if you are in debate over a trust, a will, a power of attorney or a probate issue.

    Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Alternative dispute resolution schemes are process that enable you to resolve a dispute without going to court. It is very important process for the client to resolve the dispute applying negotiation and ADR. Our solicitors provide personalised assistance using negotiation and alternative dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation and arbitration. For a number of our cases, dispute resolution via the courtroom may be avoided, resulting in both cost and time savings for our clients, as well as far more amicable outcomes between the parties involved.

    Frequently Asked Questions: Dispute Resolution and Litigation
    What is civil litigation?

    A process that resolves private and public legal disputes, either through the courts or via some other form of negotiation is civil litigation. Usually, such dispute involves financial compensation or an agreement between the parties which require doing or does not take a specified action.

    Is there any alternative to litigation?

    Through court proceedings, with a Judge making the final, binding decision disputes are resolved in litigation. But where mediation is possible which is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), parties are required to seek ADR. A mediator who works with the two parties in dispute with a view to reaching a resolution that is then signed in agreement is mediation. Besides, mediator cannot make a decision, but this method is known as an amicable and cost-effective method to try and resolve a dispute. Also, disputes can be resolved outside of the courtroom through arbitration, using an impartial person to make a binding decision.

    What is a professional negligence claim?

    It is claim when someone suffered a financial loss as a direct result of the negligence that the professional owed a duty of care to that person and that they breached it. It will need to be shown that the services delivered fell below those that would reasonably be expected from a reasonably competent professional.

    Is there any time limit to bringing claim?

    In certain situations, there are time limits. For most disputes, the limitation period is six years, although there are variations and sometimes special conditions will apply (such as professional negligence cases). Your solicitor will inform you accordingly with regards to the appropriate time limit for bringing your claim.

    Hubers Law: Expertise in Resolving Disputes for the Best Outcome

    Hubers Law is committed to provide completely reassured of a personalised service which is totally focused on client’s individual needs. We recognise and genuinely care about how clients’ dispute affects their everyday life and how it may alter their financial situation, as well as important relationships. Our aim is to use the in-depth experience and skills of our litigation experts to craft the best workable solution to remedy the situation.
    To talk through your matter in confidence with one of our friendly dispute resolution solicitors, please get in touch.

    Hubers Law’s established Real Estate Team which deals with commercial conveyancing, has acted for landlords and tenants for many years, building up expert knowledge in this area.

    We advises both landlords and tenants in relation to agreements for lease (including pre-lets), leases, re-gearing of leases, lease renewals, assignments, authorised guarantee agreements, licences, rent deposits and surrenders.
    We also advise on a variety of potentially complex issues including:

    • Lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 together with any tactical considerations
    • The interpretation of leases e.g. rent review clauses and service charge provisions
    • Exercising break clauses
    • Tenant insolvency – rights and remedies
    • Rent review disputes

    In our knowledge and experience, the more you can agree in the heads of terms, the faster the transaction will proceed.
    By instructing us at the outset whilst negotiating the heads of terms you are in a better position to highlight any key points and apportionment of risk. This will ensure your investment in the heads of terms strike a fair balance between the parties and the transaction proceeds more quickly.
    We can also assist with all legal aspects of property portfolio management, from drafting commercial property lease agreements or advising on residential tenancy agreements, to offering lease extension advice. Our property team works throughout the firm to provide specialist, collaborative advice.

    The team also advises clients on any reconfiguration of their occupational requirements, whether divesting themselves of space or seeking new space. By ensuring our clients know that they are in safe hands, they can concentrate on running their own business.

    The Dispute Resolution team can advise and help clients on variety of commercial disputes.

    We focus on providing a pragmatic and cost effective advice to our clients. Legal proceedings can be lengthy, risky and expensive. We are always looking for the most adequate solution for each individual client, which might include some form of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation.

    We not only recognise, but  also understand that each client’s requirements are different and we will proceed and advise accordingly.

    We can have a discussion with you and offer a range of funding opportunities which may fit your particular case. We can also give you assistance in applying for insurance cover regarding your opponent’s costs in the event that you are unsuccessful.

    Members of the team are specialised in different areas and some of them have additional specialist qualifications.

    See below the areas of specialisation on offer at Hubers Law:

    • A dedicated Debt Recovery team which operates jointly with the dispute resolution team with particular expertise in the real estate, real estate finance and education sectors;
    • A specialist team which deals with enfranchisement claims for both landlords and tenants and service charge disputes;
    • Commercial and contract disputes including supply & distribution contracts, breach of warranty & indemnity claims and claims against guarantors;
    • Commercial property litigation including dilapidation claims, business lease renewals, claims relating to breach of lease covenants and development and joint venture disputes;
    • Construction disputes;
    • Corporate fraud, asset tracking and obtaining freezing injunctions;
    • Director, shareholder and partnership disputes and Companies Act claims including unfair prejudice and derivative claims;
    • Franchise disputes;
    • Insolvency litigation, both corporate and personal;
    • Professional negligence (particularly solicitors, accountants/financial services, surveyors and architects).


    Members of the Dispute Resolution team conduct their works in close connection with the Firm’s other departments where appropriate in order to ensure that matters affecting a business or individual are dealt with within wider considerations.

    So if you need legal advice, our initial consultation is a great first step, an easy way of finding out how we could help you without any cost.  Call Hubers Law on 0203 488 0953 or request a free call-back using our online enquiry form.

    Hubers Law does not work, as a Debt Recovery Agency, nor conduct business from a large call centre. You and your customers can expect to obtain a more personal service from our dedicated team of Debt Recovery and Dispute Resolution department.

    We have a lot of experience in working with small and medium size businesses, however our service does not limit to commercial debts. We are also able to help private clients who are owed money for different reasons.

    We have an impressive track record of recovering outstanding debts and we will manage all your Debt Recovery needs, from sending the initial letter of claim requesting payment, to issuing Court proceedings and enforcing a Judgment Order.

    We consider no debt to be too large or too small, whether it be a “one-off” or in large volumes.

    Competitive Fixed Fees

    For debts that cannot be disputed, we offer competitive fixed fees for each stage of the Debt Recovery service, a proportion of which may be recoverable from your debtor together with Court fees and interest.  A full schedule of our fees is published on our website or can be obtained by contacting our Debt Recovery and Dispute Resolution team.

    If you debt is disputed or defended, a full estimate our fees will be provided.

    Can’t Pay Or Won’t Pay

    In circumstances where your Debtor is not able to settle the debt due to lack of funds or cash-flow problems, in accordance with the Pre-Action Protocol on debt claims, we will negotiate weekly or monthly instalments suitable to both parties and monitor payments to ensure payment plans are adhered to and to take appropriate and immediate action should a default occur.

    Your debt may fall under “won’t pay” category, although a dispute may not become apparent until after the letter of claim or commencement of Court proceedings.  In these cases we will endeavour to mediate an acceptable solution and settlement.

    Disputed Debts

    Hubers Law Debt Recovery and Dispute Resolution team will guide you during the process of Alternative Dispute Resolution to find a solution to the dispute. If Court proceedings have been issued and the claim is defended, our team will provide you with details of the Court procedures and assist you all the way through to trial and beyond.

    County Court Judgment And Enforcement

    If you have obtained Judgment but payment has not taken place, our team will be able to provide you with advice on the Enforcement options available to you (including High Court Enforcement Officers) and prepare the necessary paperwork and instructions on your behalf.

    Absconded Debtors

    If you are not able to locate a current address for your debtor, we have a number of Enquiry Agents at our disposal to assist on a “no trace no fee” basis (a small administration fee will apply).

    Pre-Action Protocol For Debt Claims

    In 1 October 2017, new Protocol was set up aiming to encourage early communication with a view to avoiding Court proceeding by negotiating payment plans or using a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

    It is expected that the parties act in accordance with Pre-Action Protocol for debts claims and a court will take into consideration any non-compliance, including but not limited to a stay of proceeding or possible costs penalties.

    The parties are also encouraged to act reasonably and proportionately taking into considerations the size of the debt and to ensure the efficient management of those matters in situations where Court proceeding cannot be avoided.

    Business to business transactions (with the exception of sole traders) are excluded from the new Pre-Action Protocol and can carry on as before.

    So if you need legal advice, our initial consultation is a great first step, an easy way of finding out how we could help you without any cost.  Call Hubers Law on 0203 488 0953 or request a free call-back using our online enquiry form.

    Our Family Law Services

    When our clients are facing family, relationship and children challenged, we focus on giving them the best service possible. We have access to the all the essential materials across all the areas of family law. However, it is very important that the advice our client receive is compatible with the issue they are facing. We can assure our clients that our solicitors are well experienced to provide correct advice in a constructive and effective way. Our solicitors are trained to put client’s interest first and provide cost effective and long term solutions.

    Divorce, Separation and Finance

    Relationship breakdown is one of the most unsettling and difficult things that can happen in life. At Hubers Law, our aim is to sympathise with clients situation and provide highest level of advice and help them to take the right decision about their future.
    Cohabitation and Living Together
    Unmarried couples do not have same rights as spouse or civil partners in terms of property ownership and other issues. Besides, what should happen in the event of relationship breakdown are legally outlined

    Pre- and Post-Nuptial Agreements

    These agreements are for those who want to set out how their assets would be divided between partners. These agreements help a client to maintain his wealth, if there is any complexity involved with it.

    Mediation, Collaborative Law and Arbitration

    Meditation is the best possible way outside of the court to resolve any marital issues. We can find law society accredited mediator for our client to resolve their problems outside of the court.

    Child Arrangements

    We can help our client with all our expertise to find best child arrangement possible. We are also capable to helping, if there are any allegations of abuse, mental health issues or other complex matters including allegations of parental alienation.

    Children and Social Services

    We represent variety of clients’ cases involving social services. Our solicitors are specialised to provide expert advice matter concerning adoption. We also deal with cases regarding domestic violence, sexual abuse, radicalisation, factitious illnesses non- accidental injury etc.

    Child Abduction, Relocation and Surrogacy

    If your children is taken out of the country without your consent, you can contact us and receive specialise advice promptly and efficiently. On the other hand, if you are accused by your partner for child abduction, we also have the expertise to defend your position. We have the knowledge to represent parents on both sides, who wants to move aboard and keep contact with the children.
    Our solicitors are also expert in cases involving parental rights and responsibilities. Sometime these cases are not straightforward and there are number of conditions which one must fulfil. We have the expertise to assist our client to meet all the criteria and conditions.
    So if you need legal advice, our initial consultation is a great first step, an easy way of finding out how we could help you without any cost. Call Hubers Law on 0203 488 0953 or request a free call-back using our online enquiry form.

    If you or any family member has an immigration issue, we can find way-out.

    Hubers Law has a specialist team in all immigration matters. We believe in black and white Immigration practice. We have a team of in-house consultants and solicitors, who regularly appear before immigration tribunals, and we work closely with specialist immigration Chamber of barristers. We have a high success rate on our immigration applications and appeals and Judicial Review.

    We undertake the immigration work:
    • All Entry Clearance Applications
    • PBS applications – Tier 1, 2, 4 (Student) and 5
    • Tier 2 and 5 Sponsorship Licence application (we help with)
    • Right of Abode
    • EEA (EU) applications
    • Naturalisation
    • Ancestry Visa
    • Spousal visas
    • Family visas
    • Discretionary Leave to Remain
    • Visit visas
    • Asylum, Humanitarian Protection and Refugee applications
    • Exempt from Immigration rules applications
    • All kinds of immigration appeals and judicial review cases

    If you wish to contact one of our highly experienced immigration lawyers in order to discuss your problem and get an expert view on the merit of your case, please email us or telephone us directly.

    To let us know your Immigration matter briefly, please email at info@huberslaw.co.uk we aim to get back to you as soon as possible.

    Trading businesses need to import and export goods and services in accordance with international trade law. As a business operating in today’s increasingly regulated markets, you need to manage your commercial risk while achieving your business objectives. Challenges include trading under World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules or free trade agreements. The import and export of services may increasingly be governed by the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) or bespoke future arrangements. Your success is built upon the effectiveness of your relationships with both customers and suppliers.

    Sector-specific contractual arrangements are key to this. Not only do you need the right legal answer, you need it in the context of the market in which you operate. Our international commercial lawyers help public and private sector clients achieve their commercial aims. We draw on trade expertise across a range of legal disciplines to help clients make the most of global opportunities in their sector.

    We are an independent UK law firm that operates in a collaboration with across multiple countries and jurisdictions. Through our trusted network of independent law firms, our international trade team provides a seamless legal service across the globe. This flexibility allows our international trade lawyers to collaborate with the right legal provider for our clients in each jurisdiction.

    We organise our teams around sectors and industries relevant to you, including financial services, manufacturing, consumer products, energy, hotels and leisure, supply and logistics, real estate and construction, technology, telecoms. Our international trade and commercial lawyers can help in any stages of your business whether an advice or in any event dispute or settling the claim out of the court through personal service or arbitration. We accept instructions from all over the world provided the governing law in the dispute, jurisdictional clause is England & Wales.
    Whether you require advice on commercial contracts, supply services, e-commerce, IT or telecoms agreements, data protection, design and manufacturing, consumer sales, software licensing, outsourcing or sales, agency, distribution and franchise agreements, our specialists can guide you towards the best business outcome for you.

    Areas of Practice

    Our international commercial lawyer team can assist with all business issues connected to cross-border trade. Our international trade expertise includes the following:

    • Breach of Contract claims and disputes
    • International dispute resolution including international arbitration and choice of jurisdiction/courts.
    • Trade contracts including protections regarding tariff changes, restrictions on export/import.
    • Implications of national trade agreements including future UK/third party free trade agreement and WTO most-favoured nation status.
    • Regulatory requirements for imports/exports including consumer law, product liability, obtaining approvals and engagement with regulators.
    • Supply chain and country of origin implications for registration, labeling and taxation.
    • Cross-border M&A involving inward investment or overseas acquisition.


    The regulation relating to landlord and tenant agreements is a complex area of law. It is imperative that the landlord and tenant both are aware of their respective rights and obligations. Because failing to comply with the rights and obligation could lead to serious financial and sometimes even criminal penalties.

    While the law is intended to protect both landlords and tenants, it is, in effect, stopping them from taking matters into their own hands. For example, landlords are unable to evict a tenant without a Court Order for possession. Attempting to remove a tenant by changing the locks to the property could mean a landlord faces up to 6 months imprisonment and/or a £5,000 fine. On top of that, a civil claim for compensation for illegal eviction can also be brought against the landlord.

    It is therefore crucial that the terms and condition of a tenancy agreement is agreed by both landlord and tenant from the early stage of the contract term. A poorly drafted tenancy agreement could result in disputes and legal action in the future.

    At Hubers Law, our experienced team of legal experts offers a full range of services for commercial as well as residential landlords and tenants. The services include:

    • Advice for tenants who are served with a notice to vacate
    • Advice on your legal obligations when first renting a property
    • Advice on your legal obligations when taking or paying a deposit
    • Advice relating to disputes that arise during the tenancy
    • Advice on areas of dispute once a property has been vacated
    • Claims for rent arrears and damage relating to the property
    • Enforcement of Court orders
    • Obtaining possession orders from the Court on your behalf
    • Service of notices on tenants to vacate your property
    • Tenancy agreement advice and drafting service

    Call us on 0203 488 0953 or email us at info@huberslaw.co.uk in order for us to take care of your legal matter relating to commercial and residential landlord and tenant issue.

    If you or someone you know has suffered an injury from an accident caused in part or in full by another person, then you may be considering a claim for compensation. Hubers Law is regarded as one of the leading personal injury advisers in this area, especially for serious injury claims involving brain, burn and spinal injuries, and has clients across London.

    We are known for our experience in advising on a range of cases, including those resulting from road traffic accidents, incidents at work and accidents overseas. We have expertise in handling cases involving complex and multiple injuries and where liability issues are complicated or there are multiple potential defendants.

    Hubers Law is looking forward to achieve the Law Society panel of personal injury specialists. We are also planning to apply for accreditation by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

    We provide a client focused service, making the earliest possible assessment of every potential claim and agreeing an action plan that sets out the steps to be taken in detail. Every case is different and we take time to get to know you so that we understand your injuries and objectives completely.

    We offer Initial advice for free of charge and without obligation. This can include guidance provided by telephone, a visit from one of our solicitors or a review of your documents. We also offer various forms of funding, including legal aid and no win no fee (conditional fee) agreements. Our personal injury team aims to ensure that you receive maximum compensation with minimum legal costs.

    Frequently Asked Questions: Personal Injury Compensation

    What is Personal Injury?

    A person injury could be a physical or psychological injury caused by third person. In situation where your injury was not your fault and occurred due to the negligence of others, then you can be entitled to compensation. Even if the injury is not somebody’s direct responsibility, it is possible to make a claim if there has been negligence, either on the part of an individual or a company.

    What types of Personal Injury Claim we do?

    Common personal injury claim types include:

    • Accidents at work – in accordance with figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), there are nearly 80,000 reportable accidents at work each year. Accident at work personal injury claims may include seeking compensation for back problems caused as a result of poor manual handling policies, falls from a height, or incidents involving dangerous machinery.
    • Accidents in public places – This can include government-run buildings or council-owned property such as parks and communal areas like high streets. Slips, trips, and falls could be a case for compensation.
    • Accident in shops and supermarkets – Whether because of things like wet floors, faulty doors, or broken shelving, injuries in stores, shopping centres, and supermarkets could be cause for compensation.
    • Dog bite claims – Dog owners can be liable if their dog bites you and causes an injury. After seeking medical attention, see if our solicitors can help look into your case.
    • Faulty product claims – Paying good money for a broken item is frustrating enough, but if the fault causes an injury, things like cuts and bruises or even electric shock, it is likely someone is to blame.
    • Hairdresser and beauty therapy claims – Burns from massages, allergic reactions to make-up, hair loss following dyeing may all have been due to negligence and you may be entitled to compensation.
    • Road traffic accidents (RTAs) – Injuries resulting from accidents on the road are one of the most common types of personal injury claims. Road traffic accident personal injury claims are often for minor injuries such as whiplash, but can also be more complicated.
    • School or college accidents – Schools and colleges can be naturally busy places, but when injuries happen it may be because someone or something was at fault. If this is the case, you may have a claim.

    What can be claimed?

    The amount of personal injury compensation you are entitled to will depend on your particular circumstances and will depend on the seriousness of your injuries, the impact the accident has had on your life, and the expenses you have paid, or will need to pay, as a result of the incident.

    Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest and most stressful purchases you will make in your life. Whether you are buying a house, flat or cottage, you need to feel assured about the professionalism and experience of your solicitors in order for things to run smoothly. Contact our conveyancing team for our tailored service designed to take the stress out of buying or selling your home.
    As for our charge, we offer competitive fees for our bespoke and personalised service. Costs, simply, should not be the only reason by which you should decide upon whether or not to instruct us. Please consider our experience, tract record in this field before you make your decision.

    Conveyancing Fees

    Residential property up to £500k

    The fee as shown in this website covers all of the work required to complete the sale or purchase of your home. This includes purchase, dealing with registration at the Land Registry and dealing with the payment of Stamp Duty Land Tax (stamp Duty) if the property is in England, or Land Transaction Tax (Land Tax) if the property you desire to buy is in Wales.

    Our service is mainly face to face rather than online. Thus, we are able to provide you with tailored conveyancing service based on your need. The below pricing is advisable in a typical sale or purchase of residential property valued under £500,000.
    Our anticipation always is to complete transaction in a timely manner with no unforeseen complication from third party regarding documentation or information.

    Please kindly note that there is a charge for electronic money transfer of £40 inclusive of VAT per transfer.

    Legal Fees

    Leasehold Supplement

    Acting for Lender


    • Typical search fees £212.20
    • LR documents, typically £3 each
    • Land Registry registration fees
    • Stamp Duty
    • Landlord notices
    • Third party documents
    • Indemnities

    Other Matters


    Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, e.g. search fees. These fees do not form part of our own costs or charges. We will collect payment from you and pay the money over to another organisation. These payments are made through us because this is more convenient. We will keep you updated on the specific fees upon receipt of your instructions and review of the transaction.

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    Additional work
    The displayed fee has been set up with an assumption that your transaction is a standard transaction and that no unforeseen matters arise including for example (but not limited to) a defect in title which requires remedying prior to completion or the preparation of additional documents ancillary to the main transaction. Any supplementary complexity or expedition may involve an additional service and additional fees.

    Additional Services

    Time scale

    The timescale of your case depends upon a number of factors. Generally, the average process takes between 6-12 weeks. It can be quicker or slower, depending on the nature of transaction, the parties involved and other issues.

    In order for us to be able to provide you with a bespoke and detailed breakdown of your likely costs and expenses, please complete the below form or contact us on 0203 488 0953 email us at info@huberslaw.co.uk

    Hubers Law is one of the leading firm which ensures that you and your family get the advice and help you need in everyday life. Our services range from housing, assistance from social services, community care to mental health. We have an experienced team of solicitors specialising social welfare law.

    Our team of expert lawyer work to the highest standards with the experience and knowledge vital to assisting clients to get the help and support that they need. Our lawyers are able to deal swiftly, sensitively and effectively with cases at all levels, from straightforward housing problems to complex cases in the Appeal Courts.

    Our firm has developed strong links with the community including local Law Centres, Citizen Advice Bureau (CAB) and others. We are proud of the seamless referral systems that we have developed with these organisations. To secure assistance for our client, we regularly deal with local councils including:

    • Tower Hamlet Council
    • Newham Council,
    • Redbridge Council,
    • Barking & Dagenham Council,
    • Waltham Forest Council
    • Hackney Council
    • Camden Council

    Call us on 0203 488 0953 or email us at info@huberslaw.co.uk if you have any questions or if you want to discuss your matter with a expert member of our legal team.

    Our Private Client team are specialists in all aspects of private client services including:

    • Administration of Estates/Probate
    • Deputy Applications
    • Estate Planning
    • Powers of Attorney
    • Wills

    We offer a bespoke service taking time to make sure we have a good understanding of each client’s family and financial situation to enable us to advise on how best to frame the Will to protect family assets, consider options for mitigating IHT and to provide estate planning solutions.

    With ever changing family structures whether for unmarried couples or second marriages it is even more important that Wills are structured to protect the family and to prevent disputes arising in the future.

    Clients often state that they want ‘simple’ Will leaving assets outright to the surviving spouse or partner but are this entirely sensible particularly where one party has children from a previous relationship? What if the survivor remarries risking family assets passing elsewhere, is dependent on full time care in the future or simply changes their Will to benefit others?  We can provide a legal advice on asset preservation structure designed to protect the surviving partner but to also ring fence the capital of the first to die.

    We combine our specialist knowledge and years of experience with a sympathetic and sensitive approach, when administering estates. We can give a full administration service including acting as your executors if required so that you are aware that your wishes will be carried out and to deal with all tax aspects of the administration which also include administering any ongoing trusts for example where there are minor beneficiaries or vulnerable beneficiaries.

    If you require further details as to our services then please contact us on 0203 488 0953 or request a free call-back using our online enquiry form.

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