Time extensions to comply with directions

Compliance with time limits is of paramount importance and failure to comply with directions with specified time limits may result in sanctions being imposed.  However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Ministry of Justice introduced a new Practice Direction 51ZA (Extension of time limits and clarification of PD 51Y) with effect from 2 April 2020.…

Acting for developers in the purchase of land for residential development

There are several types of purchase Contracts.  These are either unconditional Contracts, Options to purchase or Contracts conditional upon obtaining planning permission and, on some occasions, defective title indemnity insurance in respect of restrictive covenants which might prevent development or to cover the absence of easements in respect of rights of way or utility services.…

Your Digital Legacy

Gabrielle Dell and Lizzy Mills You may (or may not) have made a will and thought about how your assets should be distributed after your death. What you may certainly not have given the same consideration to is access to and distribution of your digital assets. As an increasing proportion of our lives are spent…

Riding for Disabled (RDA) Epsom

We like to acknowledge and celebrate our staff at Meadows Ryan Solicitors and on this occasion, we would like to mention Sarah Lewis.  Sarah is an avid horse lover and volunteers her Fridays to “Riding for Disabled (RDA) Epsom”, which provides pony riding facilities for children with disabilities.  Sarah discusses the benefits of horse riding…

Family & Employment Law Department

Meadows Ryan Solicitors are pleased to introduce our growing Family & Employment Law Department. Christian Abletshauser heads up the department with his many years of experience. His practice covers all areas of family law, with a specialism in high net worth individuals. Christian is a member of Resolution and is a trained Collaborative Lawyer. Valerie…