Website Terms of Use

French Law Matters is the trading name for the sole practitioner Lauren Annicchiarico who is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under registration number 296484. The office address Suite1, First Floor, Richmond House, Richmond Hill, Bournemouth BH2 6EZ. All communications regarding this website should be addressed to: French Law Matters at the office address shown above.

Lauren Annicchiarico trading as French Law Matters is not VAT registered.


We hope that you find this website interesting and informative. This website contains general information based on French law and although all endeavours are used to ensure that the contents are accurate and up to date, no representation or warranty, either express or implied, is made relating to its accuracy or completeness, and the information on the website should not be relied upon. Users of this website should always seek appropriate legal advice in relation to their specific situation. The contents of this website should not be treated as legal or other professional advice and French Law Matters do not accept any responsibility for any loss caused arising either directly or indirectly from any reliance placed upon any information on this website or in connection with the use of, or the lack of availability of this website or its content or as a result of withdrawing and/or screening, editing or removing any materials or content on the website or otherwise.


We do not warrant (either expressly or impliedly) that the function, operation or accessibility of this website will be uninterrupted or error-free, that defects will be corrected, or that the website or the server that makes it available will be free of viruses or other harmful elements. It is your responsibility to virus check all materials before downloading them from this site for any purpose.


Links made to other websites are made entirely at your own risk and French Law Matters accepts no liability for any linked sites. Any linked sites listed in our website have been put together for the ease of reference of the user of the French Law Matters website and French Law Matters do not accept any form of responsibility for the content, protection and privacy of any information which you may provide in these linked sites. You therefore visit these linked sites at your own risk.


The pages of this website are subject to copyright. You may access or download the contents of any pages and store them on a temporary basis for the purpose of using the pages.

Privacy statement

This privacy statement explains how personal information supplied by you to French Law Matters through this website is used.

When accessing our website, we do not store any personal information other than those you have specifically typed into the downloadable guides order form. This form enables you to download free guides for your own use and reference once you have completed the details including your name, address and contact email address. Your private information will be treated as confidential. The information you have typed in the order form will be used for the sole purposes of sending you newsletters, details of events including seminars organised by French Law Matters or in which French Law Matters will feature, as well as copy articles written by French Law Matters which may be of interest to you. None of the details you will provide in the form will be used for any other purposes or be sold to or used by third parties.

French Law Matters is registered as a data controller with the office of the Information Commissioner. Details of our registration can be found at the Information Commissioner?s Website under reference number Z2201268. If you wish to access the information we hold about you under the Data Protection Act 1998, please write to Lauren Annicchiarico at the address detailed above so that the information can be released to you. French Law Matters reserve the right to charge a reasonable fee to cover administration costs.

About French Law Matters...

With extensive experience and qualifications in French Property Law, French Inheritance Law and French Tax Law, French Law Matters work hard to provide a personal and considered approach to these areas of French Law, in an efficient and professional manner.

French Law Matters
Suite 1, First Floor, Richmond House
Richmond Hill
Dorset, BH2 6EZ

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Tel: +44 (0)1202 355480
Fax: +44 (0)1202 355479

Lauren Annicchiarico | French Law Matters