Clarity and guidance: A fresh approach to Corporate & Commercial legal services

Murrell Associates is a specialist team of corporate and commercial solicitors providing commercial legal services to UK and international businesses from our offices in Truro and Bristol.

Our model enables us to provide a different approach to that of much larger commercial practices and helps us develop close relationships with our clients.



By Caroline Daly


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Courts to the Rescue – in this case saving a landowner (and his solicitor!)

There a times when having experienced legal advice isn’t just important; it’s essential. Take the recent High Court case of Sparks v Biden as an example. A crucial omission in an overage agreement regarding the sale of land nearly cost … Continue reading


By Tamsin Mann


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Murrell Associates’ client Anja Jones Translation celebrates its move to new headquarters

Boutique translation agency Anja Jones Translation is celebrating its move to brand new headquarters in Newquay. The agency specialises in website, app and brand translation in German, French and English, and has a dedicated team of in-house translators. With a … Continue reading


By Rebecca Anforth


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The New General Data Protection Regulation – Are you Ready?

While most business are aware that the data protection landscape is due to change in May 2018, the extent of these changes and the steps that should be taken to ensure compliance are still largely unknown. The main changes that … Continue reading

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By Henry Maples


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Interview with Hubbox’s Richard Boon

It’s early Autumn in Truro. Sun streams in through the windows and the hubbub of Lemon Street murmurs below us. Lunch has arrived in the form of brown paper bag, perched in anticipation on the table, for inside is the … Continue reading


By Rebecca Dixon


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The Corridor Tax? Problems in the World of Business Rates Assessment

Do I really need to read an article about business rates? Well possibly. Read on. Does your business occupy two or more rooms or floors of a building where those rooms/floors are separated by common areas (hallways, staircases, lifts)? No? … Continue reading