Chhokar & Co Solicitors located at 29A The Broadway, Southall UB1 1JY, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 020 8574 2488

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Sital Dhillon

5 Google Rating

I instructed o Solicitors in regard to a complex property transfer in India-they were able to conclu

5/ 5

I instructed o Solicitors in regard to a complex property transfer in India-they were able to conclude the matter to my complete satisfaction. They are a serious professional firm and I have no hesitation in providing them with the highest recommendation.

Manoj Kumaresan

5 Google Rating

Very friendly and professional service. I had a case with Sajith Pillai , he kept me informed throug

5/ 5

Very friendly and professional service. I had a case with Sajith Pillai , he kept me informed throughout the whole case, and was in regular contact with me to let me know how it was progressing. He was easily approachable throughout the process. For anyone looking for a top solicitor for selling or buying a property , I would highly recommend Sajith Pillai.I am extremely satisfied with his service. I don’t even think about other solicitors for my next property .

febin paul

5 Google Rating

We received excellent service from Sajith Pillai for the purchase of our first home. He was very pro

5/ 5

We received excellent service from Sajith Pillai for the purchase of our first home. He was very professional and approachable throughout the process. We highly recommend Sajith Pillai.

H Kaur

1 Google Rating

I’d like to share my experience regarding Chhokar and co in Southall. I hope it is useful for othe

1/ 5

I’d like to share my experience regarding Chhokar and co in Southall. I hope it is useful for other members of the general public. I was recently offered a job with Chhokar and co in an administrative role. I was emailed the jobs’ terms and conditions and asked to sign these prior to starting. Before signing up, I noticed some simple information hadn’t been clarified so asked whether the terms and conditions were the same as the contract, if not- if or when the contract would be given, annual leave and the job’s notice period. These are basic questions most employees would ask before starting a job. I didn’t receive a response for a day but as my start day was the following day, I attended, quite unaware of what was about to happen. Mr Santokh Chhokar advised me that he didn’t have time to answer such emails or questions, had not been asked them in the past for such a role and asking questions like this, in his mind showed a lack of trust. As I had asked these questions, he had decided to terminate the offer of employment. I wanted to clarify the following. For the majority of regular employed work in the UK, it is considered (quite to the contrary) normal and good practice to ask questions about ones’ job such as ones’ notice period, annual leave and the work contract. These are not unreasonable questions; but terminating someone’s job for asking them is unreasonable. If such questions intimidate an employer, I wonder why so? The answers should be very simple- feeling uncomfortable to talk about such basic points indicates a lack of transparency. If he doesn’t have time to respond to such questions about a job offer, then why offer it? What better time to clarify job conditions than before you start- if he couldn’t answer it at this time, would they have time later? Perhaps Mr Chhokar actually wanted an employee who wouldn’t ask any questions, be easy to control and just do what they are told to. Mr Chhokar, please reflect on this. I know you can do better than this. Looking at people’s feedback on google, it is clear Mr Chhokar and co can provide high quality legal advice and a good service. For some people who are local to their offices or predominantly speak Punjabi, this is still likely an organisation to consider for legal advice. They can obviously carry out legal work and if this is all you are looking for without account for whom you are dealing, they will probably provide what you need. However, I would caution members of the public based on the above, which sadly reflects quite poorly on their behaviour, values and integrity. I’m not so sure I’d be happy with my family and friends seeking their advice, unless there was no other option.

Anant Devi

5 Google Rating

Mr Santhosh of Chhokar and Co is a very nice person. We had such a bad time with Home Office with ou

5/ 5

Mr Santhosh of Chhokar and Co is a very nice person. We had such a bad time with Home Office with our visa. They are very helpful throughout and they sort out our family's Immigration problem. I wish if other people who have similar issues should use Mr Santhosh and his team's services to solve their problems too.

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