The SRA Transparency Rules 2018 (“the Rules”) oblige us to state on our website our charges for certain categories of services to be provided to individuals and small businesses with not exceeding 49 employees.

The categories of services in respect of which you will find details of costs information on our website are:

In relation to individuals, “the conveyance of residential real property or real estate which comprise:

(i) freehold or leasehold sales or purchases; or

(ii) mortgages or re-mortgages.”

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In relation to individuals, “the collection and distribution of money, property and other assets belonging to a person following their death, where these are within the UK and the matters are not contested.”

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In relation to individuals, “the provision of advice and representation to employees in relation to the bringing of claims before the Employment Tribunal against an employer for unfair dismissal or wrongful dismissal.”

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In relation to businesses, “the provision of advice and representation to employers in relation to defending claims before the Employment Tribunal brought by an employee for unfair dismissal or wrongful dismissal.”

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In relation to businesses, “uncontested debt recovery up to the value of £100,000.”

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There are other categories of services covered by the Rules. We do not provide services within these categories and so no costs information is published on our website. These categories are:

In relation to individuals, “the preparation and submission of immigration applications, excluding asylum applications.”

In relation to individuals, “the provision of advice and representation at the First –tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) in relation to appeals against Home Office visa or immigration decisions, excluding asylum appeals.”

In relation to individuals, “the provision of advice and representation at the Magistrates Court in relation to summary only road traffic offences dealt with at a single hearing.”

In relation to businesses, “the provision of advice and assistance and representation in relation to licensing applications for business premises.”