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Jersey

Commercial property
Commercial property - ranked: tier 3

Parslows

Parslows’ commercial property practice is well-placed to handle the leasing and office relocation needs for Jersey-based SMEs. The firm routinely receives praise from its client base, which includes a range of retailers, family offices offices, technology businesses and hospitality companies. The team, which is led by Carl Parslow, recently enjoyed a particular suite of instructions regarding the restructuring of multiple occupancy commercial leaseholds and leasing due diligence exercises for start-up businesses.

Practice head(s):Carl Parslow

Testimonials

'The team has a responsive, competent and commercial approach to the law'

'The practice is quick to respond, gets it the first time and is efficient and cost effective'

'Carl Parslow is high-profile and always ready to support smaller local businesses as well as larger'

'Mason Birbeck provides great support'

Key Clients

Jersey Post Limited

The Cycle Shop

Splendida Hair & Beauty Limited

Prosperity Group Limited

Express Electrix Limited

GlenQ Private Wealth Limited

Yogolicious Limited

Neon Saloon & School

Right Car Jersey Limited

Easy Peasy Limited

Au Caprice Guest House Limited

Strickland Investments Limited

Work highlights

  • Assisted Jersey Post Limited in relation to the leasing of several offices to several lessees.
  • Assisted GlenQ Private Wealth Limited in relation to additional leasing required for the expansion of its offices in Jersey.  
  • Assisted the purchasers of The Cycle Shop Limited with lease review, due diligence, lease negotiation and acquisition advice.
  • Assisted Prosperity Group Limited with the relocation of its headquarters.
  • Assisting Express Electrix Limited with its relocation to a new retail unit.

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Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 3

Parslows

Parslows represents a portfolio of businesses in the Jersey economy, public sector organisations and executive-level employees on a range of contentious issues, with a noticeable uptick in unfair dismissal applications and breach of restrictive covenant claims. Non-contentious mandates include providing advice on GDPR legislation and due diligence services to the firm’s corporate department.

Practice head(s):Lorraine McClure

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Private client, trusts and tax
Private client, trusts and tax - ranked: tier 4

Parslows

Parslows is instructed by trustees, settlors, beneficiaries and protectors for a broad range of mandates including establishing and restructuring complex wealth structures, trust terminations, review of trust administration and wills and estate planning.

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