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Wrigleys advise both landowners and developers on the preservation and exploitation of minerals.

Advice in this area is complex arising from the interactions between minerals owners, surface owners, developer and the various Government bodies involved with issuing Licences.

Our advice typically involves:

  • Granting Options and Leases for minerals operations.
  • Registering and protecting minerals rights.
  • Lordships of the Manor and related interests in minerals.
  • Shale Gas Schemes (often involving the process known as “fracking”).

‘They are a very human bunch who understand client worries, and are good at explaining what can be quite complicated legally. Above all they have a good sense of humour. They are meticulous in setting out the expectations and likely costs of a particular job.’

Legal 500 (2022)


 'They guided me through a difficult process. Their advice was informed and sensible.'

'They have common sense, coupled with excellent legal skills and experience.'

Chambers and Partners (2022)


'My overall impression of the firm is that they recruit and retain only the highest calibre of solicitors, with all individuals seemingly striving for excellence in all that they do’'

Chambers and Partners HNW Guide (2021)

 

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Jonathan Attey

Direct Line: 0113 204 5738

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Leeds

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25 May 2022

Was an employee automatically unfairly dismissed for refusing to work during Covid-19 lockdown?

EAT: employee did not reasonably believe in serious and imminent danger at work and so was not automatically unfairly dismissed.

24 May 2022

Extension on the ban on exclusivity clauses announced

Move follows consultation which ran between December 2020 and February 2021.

17 May 2022

ONS statistics indicate some cases of “long Covid” will be a disability

ONS estimates that “long Covid” symptoms have adversely affected the day-to-day activities of 1.2 million people in the UK.