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Mark Parnall

Mark Parnall is a Director of Parnalls Solicitors and has been with the Firm since 1976. Mark was born and raised in Cornwall and was trained by his grandfather, Roger Parnall, in the Firm.

Legal Time Limits – why so important?

Legal proceedings are littered with various time frames and deadlines which means that making sense of what and when something needs to be done can be stressful and difficult. The courts of England and Wales continually set deadlines throughout a case about what needs to be done and when. Falling foul of the rules and

Coronavirus Update

Steps we’re taking to ensure we continue to serve you Even during these most unusual times, Parnalls are working for you. To ensure that all normal services can be provided throughout this challenging time, we have introduced the following measures: strict social distancing procedures within our office enhanced cleaning including thorough disinfection of surfaces availability

Choosing a partnership structure

You and your business partner may have a fantastic business idea and wish to launch your business as soon as possible, but before you do so it is vital that you give adequate thought to what type of partnership will best suit your needs. Alternatively, you may have been in business for some time and

New threshold of seriousness in defamation proceedings

In libel actions brought by French aerospace engineer Bruno Lachaux against the Evening Standard, the Independent Newspaper and the i, the Supreme Court has clarified the requirement of “serious harm” for defamation actions. Section 1(1) of the Defamation Act 2013 introduced the hurdle that “A statement is not defamatory unless its publication has caused or

Will Brexit affect my pension?

If you are currently one of in excess of 220,000 people living overseas with a UK pension, you will be pleased to hear that you will continue to receive your pension whatever the outcome of Brexit. Your concern should be what your pension will be worth as time goes on. The UK currently has an

Settled status after Brexit by Alexis Hager

How the UK will manage the ‘settled status’ of over three million EU nationals involves a process and procedure that will be put in place for when the post Brexit scheme opens after 29 March 2018. EU citizens and their families in the UK, regardless of when they arrived will be required to obtain an

Brexit ­– an international and local view by Alexis Hager, Litigation

I have no doubt that my personal experience has a bearing on my views on Brexit. Born in Toronto, Canada, I have an international background including an American father and grandparents from Lebanon/England. I therefore regard myself as an international person. For me, the process of becoming a British citizen was that of naturalisation, and

Capital gains tax – important facts for non-residents of the UK

Many people may be unaware that non-residents who dispose of UK property are liable to capital gains tax, advises Mark Parnall, Director & Head of Commercial & Conveyancing at Parnalls Solicitors. The latest rules were introduced on 6 April 2015 meaning that any type of chargeable UK asset disposed of by non-resident individuals and other

Sad passing of Battle of Britain pilot who served with Parnall family member

It is sadness that we report the death of Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC and Bar, AFC, on 11 July 2018, aged 97. Neil, who was the last but one RAF Battle of Britain pilots, was a renowned fighter ace who completed 141 combat missions throughout the summer and autumn of 1940. Leading 249 Squadron,

New Marketing Team at Parnalls Solicitors Ltd

Recent recruits to the team at Parnalls Solicitors Ltd are Kate Davies, Marketing & Communications Manager and Laura Jackson, Creative Design Executive. Kate will oversee all aspects of marketing, brand & PR for the legal firm and draw on a career working for a range of national, regional and local private and public sector companies