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Alexandra Slater

Email: alexandra.slater@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 204 5796

Office: Leeds

Department: Property

Position: Solicitor

Areas of practice:

Alexandra deals with a variety of commercial property matters including acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant work, asset management matters such as licences, and wayleaves and easements. Alexandra also has experience in telecoms, having acted initially for operators and more recently for landowners, agreeing leases and licences for the installation of electronic communications equipment. Alexandra acts for a mix of clients including individuals, landed estates, charities, train operating companies and schools.

Articles written by Alexandra Slater:

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Testimonials:

'Alexandra is extremely knowledgeable. Her approach is to make recommendations which are solution-focused and ensure that deadlines are met. She works very efficiently and is extremely reliable.'

Chambers and Partners (2022)

Professional memberships:

Alexandra is a Dementia Friend

24 Jan 2022

What is the Employee Ownership Trust?

This articles briefly summarises the usual role and responsibilities of the Employee Ownership Trust in hybrid and indirect ownership trust structures

19 Jan 2022

Employee fairly dismissed for using grievance process as a ‘repository of unresolved complaints’

EAT decision highlights that abuse of the grievance process may give employers grounds to dismiss

17 Jan 2022

Witnessing Wills in the Coronavirus Pandemic

For a Will to be valid, it must be signed in the presence of two witnesses. This may cause difficulties when social distancing or self-isolating.