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Elite Law Solicitors incorporates HM Law Costs Draftsmen Ltd and

Disclaimer and Legal

The materials appearing on this website do not constitute legal advice and are provided for general information purposes only. No warranty, whether express or implied is given in relation to such materials. We shall not be liable for any technical, editorial, typographical or other errors or omissions within the information provided on this website, nor shall we be responsible for the content of any web images or information linked to this website.

Every care has been taken to ensure that the content of this website is accurate and that legislation and case law used is current at the time of writing. However, no responsibility for loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of any statement in, or omission from, this work can be accepted by Elite Law Solicitors.

The provision on this website of a link to another website does not constitute any authorisation to access material held at that location. Links to sites are provided for informational purposes only and no responsibility is accepted for the quality of resources to be found on such websites.

The contents and material made available on linked sites are completely outside our control and as such no liability is accepted for any damages resulting from accessing or failing to access these sites. No endorsement is expressed or implied by the presence of a link on this website.

The contents of a linked-to website may change without our knowledge and as a result, links may break or may terminate on pages, which were not the original targets of a link.

No responsibility or liability for the privacy of personal information is accepted for linked to websites, as these are beyond our control.

Legal Status of Elite Law Solicitors

Elite Law Solicitors Limited is registered at Companies House as a limited liability company in England and Wales under Company registration number 09050473.

The directors have elected to be referred to as ‘partners’ in line with accepted usage in law firms and so to avoid client confusion. We may use the word partner to refer to a member, or to an employee of the firm. A reference to a partner may not be taken to imply that any person is carrying on business with others in partnership for the purposes of the Partnership Act 1890.

A list of members (and of non-members who are designated as partners) can be inspected at our offices or on this website.

A limited liability company has a separate legal entity from that of its members, employees and consultants, all of whom act as its agents. We have legal responsibility for all the work our members, employees and consultants carry out on our behalf. No individual member, employee or consultant of the firm contracts with you personally or assumes legal responsibility to you personally in respect of work properly performed on our behalf. All communications sent to you (whether signed by a member, employee or consultant) are to be treated as sent on behalf of the company.

Service of legal proceedings

In the event that you wish to issue legal proceedings against Elite Law Solicitors, please note that our correct legal title is Elite Law Solicitors Limited. Service of proceedings is only accepted at Equity House, 57 Hill Avenue, Amesham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5BX. Service is NOT accepted by email or fax.

Professional indemnity insurance

We hold professional indemnity insurance cover, details of which are available on request.


We want to give you the best possible service. However, if at any point you become unhappy with the service we have provided to you or you have concerns about your bill then you should inform us immediately so that we can do our best to resolve the problem for you.

We have a procedure in place that details how we handle complaints which is available from our Managing Partner, James Scozzi ( or Equity House, 57 Hill Avenue, Amesham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5BX, 01494 722 326).  We have eight weeks to consider your complaint.  If we are unable to help you, then you can have the complaint independently looked at by the Legal Ombudsman.

The Legal Ombudsman can investigate complaints up to six years from the date of the problem happening or within three years of when you found out about the problem.  If you wish to refer your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman this must be done within six months of our final response to your complaint.  If you would like more information about the Legal Ombudsman their contact details are as follows:


Call 0300 555 0333 between 8.30am and 5.30pm.

Calls to 03 numbers will cost no more than calls to national geographic numbers (starting 01 or 02) from both mobiles and landlines.

Calls are recorded and may be used for training and monitoring purposes.

For minicom call 0300 555 1777


Legal Ombudsman

PO Box 6806



Do not send original documents to the Legal Ombudsman.  They will scan any documents you send us to make computer copies and then destroy the originals.

Interest on Client Account

If Elite Law Solicitors hold client money in a general client account on behalf of the client, or if money should have been held on behalf of the client but was not, then Elite Law Solicitors will pay interest to the client.

Elite Law Solicitors will use a rate of interest set at one percentage below the Bank of England base rate. If this rate falls below zero percent the rate of interest used will be zero.

Elite Law Solicitors will not pay interest if the amount calculated is less than £20.

Equality and Diversity – Elite Law Solicitors’ Statement of Principle

“We are committed to a policy of treating all our employees, workers and job applicants equally. No employee or potential employee will receive less favourable treatment because of any ‘protected characteristic’, namely:

  • Age (or perceived age).
  • Disability (past or present).
  • Gender reassignment.
  • Marriage or civil partnership status.
  • Race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origins.
  • Religion or belief.
  • Sex.
  • Sexual orientation.
  • Part-time or fixed term status.

No employee or potential employee will be disadvantaged by any conditions of employment that cannot be justified as necessary on operational grounds.

We aim to encourage, value and manage diversity and are committed to equality for our entire staff. We wish to attain a workforce that is representative of the communities from which it is drawn and that is drawn from the widest pool of talent.

These principles of equality and diversity also apply to the manner in which we treat clients, our business partners and visitors.

We will put our commitment into action by:

  • Leading from the top.  The Equity Partners will take an active role in maintaining equality and diversity in all areas of work.
  • Equality impact assessing our new and existing procedures, projects, and services.
  • Monitoring and reviewing our data and regularly analysing what and how we could improve.
  • Sharing good practice and creating community partnerships and alliances.

For further information on our firm’s equality and diversity policy, ethos or responsibility, please contact our Managing Partner on 01494 722 326.


Elite Law Solicitors take positive and preventative action against likely areas of fraud to best protect our clients’ interests.  One of the most common types of financial fraud is setting up fake offices in the name of a real solicitor or fake telephone numbers or fake email addresses. To ensure you are dealing with us and not a fraudulent fake solicitor or office, please take at least the following steps:

  • Review our list of offices on this website and understand that any office purporting to be Elite Law Solicitors’ that is not featured here may be fraudulent.
  • When dealing with any Elite Law Solicitors office for the first time make your own independent enquiries about contact information, such as through directory enquiries.  Never use a number or email address you are given, use one you have located independently.
  • When dealing with any Elite Law Solicitors office for the first time refer to Elite Law Solicitors head office to ensure this is an appropriate office, using the above steps.

If you are making a financial payment to Elite Law Solicitors assume that a fraudulent transaction is likely until proven otherwise, not that the fraud is unlikely. Start with a suspicious attitude. Remember, if you are phoning us after we have apparently phoned you that the phone line might still be in use by the fraudster. Phone us back on a different phone line or wait 15 minutes.

Be suspicious - if it is really us, we will not be offended by your action.


It is a criminal offence for someone to call themselves a solicitor or act as a solicitor if they are not on the roll of solicitors. 

We call these people "bogus solicitors" and the SRA may prosecute them. The SRA publish regular alerts about bogus solicitors.  Check the website if you are in any doubt about the identity of an individual or a firm.

All genuine solicitors are on the roll of solicitors, which the SRA administers, and a solicitor will be able to give you their roll number (sometimes described as their "SRA ID number") on request. The firm’s ID number should also appear on their letterheads and notepaper. 

You can check if someone is a solicitor by searching Find a solicitor, the Law Society's online directory of solicitors. This is not however always accurate or up to date. It can also be subject to fraud.

This directory contains details of almost all of the solicitors that the SRA regulate but the SRA do not guarantee it is accurate. It is just a sensible starting point. 

You can also call our Managing Partner if you have any concerns that a person purporting to be a solicitor or other qualified lawyer at Elite Law Solicitors is who they say they are.

If you would like to check that a solicitor is genuine, or if you think you are dealing with a bogus solicitor, you should contact the Solicitors Regulation Authority immediately (

If you have any cause to doubt that letters, emails or other contact that seem to be from a genuine solicitor is really from them, you should take reasonable steps to protect yourself and your property, by contacting the law firm or individual solicitor directly—through reliable and established means. 

The SRA can tell you whether an individual or firm is regulated and authorised to practice. The SRA can also confirm a regulated and authorised individual's or firm's genuine contact information and other practising details. In all cases, you should check other public records (e.g. telephone directories and company records), too.

You can also read the SRA’s own guidance for solicitors on bogus law firms and identity theft by following this link

Our clients’ financial security is very important to us and these steps will make it considerably more difficult for you to become the subject of fraud.