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Julia Watkinson

Email: julia.watkinson@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0114 267 5585

Office: Sheffield

Department: Property

Position: Solicitor

Areas of practice:

Julia qualified as a solicitor in 2002 and heads up the property department in Sheffield dealing with a variety of property transactions including sales, purchases, transfers, remortages, equity release arrangements and private mortgages.  Trust property transactions include transfers of property into trust, assignment of beneficial interests and Declarations of Trust to record shares in property. Julia also conducts Court of Protection property work.  Transactions relate to both freehold and leasehold property and include enfranchisement and extension of long leases for residential properties.

Professional memberships:

Sheffield Law Society (Past President)

 

Publications:

Financial Services for Solicitors - Law, Practice and Precedents

Wrigleys Guide to Court of Protection Property Procedures

Contributor to Coldrick on Care Home Fees (Ark 2012)

Contributor to Coldrick on Personal Injury Trusts (Ark 2008) now in its fourth edition

12 Aug 2020

ECJ provides directions on determining a ‘worker’ for the purposes of the Working Time Regulations

Court identifies significant factors for a tribunal to consider when determining employment status.

11 Aug 2020

After Results Day – student data subject access requests

We look at how students might request grading information from schools and colleges following results day and how to deal with such requests.

10 Aug 2020

What is the status and duty of members of an academy trust?

A court case has confirmed that members of charitable companies are fiduciaries and owe duties as such. We look at what this means for academy trusts.