Overseas Chambers of Peter Harris

Overseas Chambers
Cabinet Principal à
39, rue des Gréves,
35430 Saint-Jouan de Guérets
Assurance Bar Mutual: 8015/009

Addresse d'inscription anglaise
c/o Addington Chambers
160, Fleet Street,
London EC4A 2DQ,
United Kingdom.
N0 inscription: 38995

Our Approach

We provide a client and objective orientated service.

i) for lay "direct access" clients an initial paid guidance of a non-legal nature; (and then / or)

ii) for professionals and lay clients on instructions - full legal advice.

We take instructions in a manner suited to Civil law, Common law and Shari'ah law clients and professionals;

We work intimately with professionals practising in France,Europe, and beyond such as notaries, avocats, and comptables, in order to provide a seamless advisory structure;

Our ability to redeem, restore and modernise historic and existing  structures at risk of failure is a valued contribution to professionals and clients alike;

Our experience and advice successfully anticipate future developments;

Our establishment in a regulated environment in Jersey, British Islands is a significant factor for non EU clients and those not wishing to use a United Kingdom, French or other European based practice for reasons of confidentiality, and information control and management. Please note that we do not take on any client whose credentials are improper;

Our present and past successes in international tax and legal negotiations with Tax Authorities - HMRC, DGFIP DVSF, IRS - evidence conceptual discipline, presentational ability and a firm grasp of both British and French fiscal principle and the economics underlying fiscal policy and Tax Treaty provisions;

We are the only overseas Revenue Bar and Chancery chambers dedicated to providing these onshore and offshore tax and legal services. We abstain from operating in areas with which we are unfamiliar, and have a sufficient international contact base to enable referrals to competent professionals where we are less able to fully assist, without being required to refer within a network.

To sum up, we write out the law applicable in each case as it will be administered, and if appropriate pleaded before the Courts and let the law do the work economically, as it is meant to do.

If you write out the law and apply it correctly, the issues are resolved .....