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Frances Griffiths

Partner and Head of Property

Frances Griffiths studied at the University of Birmingham and qualified as a solicitor in 2001. She joined Beviss & Beckingsale Solicitors in 2011.

Frances has over 16 years’ experience dealing with all aspects of property law work including commercial property, residential conveyancing, and agricultural matters. She has extensive expertise in landlord and tenant matters and is regularly instructed to act for clients in negotiating new leases and in transfers of existing leases.

Frances has expertise in the sale and purchase of businesses such as pubs, hotels, shops, farms and agricultural land. She is also frequently instructed by developers in the acquisition of development land and plot sales.

In her spare time Frances enjoys running, cricket and walking her dog.

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Chard TA20 2AJ
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DX 43701 Chard
Fax: 01460 269701
Phone: 01460 269700


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Frances Griffiths

Selling a Business? Beware of your Duty of Disclosure

Posted by Frances Griffiths on September 30th 2014 in All , COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES.

In a case which underlines the need for both full and accurate disclosure of potential liabilities when selling a business, a lawyer who failed to reveal the existence of a...

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Energy Saving Home Improvements and Building Regulations

Posted by Frances Griffiths on April 2nd 2014 in All , MOVING HOUSE.

Making improvements (particularly to improve energy efficiency) to your home can add value but in some cases failure to obtain correct consents or not using a professional company can lead...

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Home Loans to Children?

Posted by Frances Griffiths on August 20th 2013 in All , MOVING HOUSE.

In the current difficult economic times and with the unwillingness of most banks and buildings societies to loan much more than 75% of a property’s value, many parents are lending...

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