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Welcome to JPC Law

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Commercial and Private Solicitors in London

JPC Law is a commercial and private client practice based in London covering the spectrum of business law, as well as an individual's legal affairs. JPC Law have an international resource through our memberships of League of Lawyers and IAPL (International Association of Practising Lawyers).

Our business is built on three core values; hard work, professionalism and expertise. Service standards are of critical importance to us and we aim to demonstrate a personal, responsive and creative service as solicitors.

New Lease Extension Calculator

"How much will my lease extension cost?"
This is always the first and foremost important question Leaseholders want answered. We have come up with a quick and easy calculator to give you an indication of the likely cost of your lease extension. Simply fill out the required information and our easy to use calculator will produce a broad range estimate.

We cover the following areas of law

Latest News

Mon 21 Aug 2017
JPC Law trainee qualifies
We are happy to announce that Nigel Ng, trainee solicitor at JPC Law has qualified as a solicitor....Read More

Thu 17 Aug 2017
When can a lease be forfeit?
It may not surprise you to learn that on discussing forfeiture at a recent conference with a group of property lawyers and managers, most were in favour of the landlords? ability to forfeit a lease. The main reason being the responsibility of fair management of the building, thus ensuring that no leaseholder is prejudiced by the actions, or perhaps inaction, of any other leaseholders and that the landlord and any managers do not suffer any loss. ...Read More

Thu 10 Aug 2017
Case Study: S Franses Ltd - v - The Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited [2017] EWHC
A judgment has recently been handed down by Mr Justice Jay in an appeal from the County Court in Central London. This case raises interesting questions regarding a landlord?s right to refuse a tenant a new tenancy, under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, particularly in cases where the landlord?s proposed works were created purely with the intention of depriving the tenant security of tenure. ...Read More

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Highly Commended - Property Management Awards 2015-16

Winner - Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards 2015

Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2014 - Highly Commended

Enfranchisement & Right to Manage Awards 2012 Highly Commended

Property Management Awards 2012-13 Highly Commended

Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners

The Law Society Accredited - Conveyancing Quality

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