This web site is not intended to constitute advertising or solicitation and only contains information about Power Legal and the services we offer.  This isn’t intended to provide you with any legal or other professional advice.

If you need professional advice then please drop us a line – we’d love to hear from you.

Authorisation & Regulation:

Power Legal is the trading name of Shona Power Limited which is a limited liability company (registered number 08731591) with its registered office at 125A Endlesham Road, London, SW12 8JP, UK.

Power Legal is authorised and regulated by the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority (No. 618823). Power Legal  is not authorised by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”).  We are regulated by the SRA, including in relation to our carrying on of any “exempt regulated activities” under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”). We are permitted to carry on a limited range of activities relating to investments where an exemption under the FSMA applies, including regulated activities which may reasonably be regarded as a necessary part of our legal services.

The scope of our advice will not include giving advice on the merits of entering into any transaction in investments.

When providing our services, we will assume that our clients have decided to enter into any such transaction solely on the basis of that client’s own evaluation of its merits. We will not communicate, either to our client or on behalf of our client to any other person, any invitation or inducement to engage in investment activity, and nothing we write or say should be construed as any such invitation or inducement.


In accordance with our client care responsibilities we have a complaints procedure and aim to ensure that any complaints are handled promptly, fairly and effectively in accordance with it.  If you are a client and have any concerns about our service to you we would ask that in the first instance you contact us.  Alternatively, at your request, we will initiate our complaints procedure (a copy of which is available on request). If for any reason the matter is still unresolved at the end of the complaints procedure you may be entitled to refer the matter to the relevant regulator which, in the case of services provided by English solicitors, is the Legal Ombudsman. There are time limits for making complaints to the Legal Ombudsman; for further details please visit their website at www.legalombudsman.org.uk.

If the complaint relates to our charges, you may be entitled to apply to the court for an assessment of the bill under Part III of the Solicitors Act 1974 in which case the Legal Ombudsman may not consider your complaint.  If all or a part of a bill remains unpaid we may be entitled to charge interest.


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