Else Solicitors

What is a break clause, when should you exercise it, and under what circumstances?

Put simply, a break clause is a term in a contract that allows for the early termination of the contract prior to the agreed and scheduled end date of the contract. They are often found in commercial property leases and are now more desirable in some regards than ever before.

With many businesses suffering from the impacts of COVID-19, tenants and landlords may benefit from reviewing the terms of their lease to see whether they are able to determine their lease before the agreed end of term date.

New Financial Qualification for Else Solicitors

We are delighted to announce that Else Solicitors has successfully completed the Financial Supplier Qualification System (FSQS) certification process. The certificate is widely recognised as the industry benchmark used by banks and other financial institutions when selecting their suppliers.To become an accredited firm, suppliers are required to be audited against FSQS requirements in specific areas including information security management; IT security; anti-bribery measures; fraud; GDPR and environmental sustainability.

Else Solicitors Support Rotary Club Initiative

Two members of the Else Solicitors team are actively involved in raising money for local charities around Burton on Trent. Our head of Commercial Property, Felicity Fisher and our Head of Wills & Probate, Kathryn Caple, were part of a delegation from Hilton & Etwall Rotary Club to attend a presentation at Scropton Riding & Driving Centre in order to meet ‘Ruby” the Rotary Horse.