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Whether your business is already established in Leicestershire, or you are thinking of starting-up a new venture in the County, let us help you to 'get it right' first time, by providing you with invaluable advice on your position under current Trading Standards law.
The advice is confidential and free and it could save you a lot a money and a great deal of inconvenience. We also respond to enquiries from other Trading Standards Services about Leicestershire businesses for whom the Service acts as either Home or Primary Authority
If your business is based outside of Leicestershire and you need advice contact your local Trading Standards Service. If you are not sure where it is, visit Trading Standards Central and enter your postcode in the box provided.
If you require other legal services, for example immigration, family law or housing, the Community Legal Advice Service has produced a useful directory of legal services.
If you would like advice on a business matter, a copy of our standards of service to business customers or one of our leaflets, please contact the Duty Officer by telephone on (0116) 305 8000 (Calls may be monitored for accuracy of information), fax (0116) 305 7353 or alternatively, complete our online form.
We also produce a business newsletter entitled ‘Business Matters’. Designed to help the local business community in Leicestershire, the free publication is packed with up-to-date, news and advice.
If you would like to subscribe to Business Matters please e-mail the Trading Standards Duty Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Subscribe' as the heading.
The Trading Standards Service has a range of responsibilities which focus on promoting a fair and safe trading environment for businesses and their customers. Much of this is based on actions to ensure compliance with legislation about animal health, the quality, quantity and safety of goods and services and the truth of descriptions, advertising and marketing claims about products.
Page Last Updated: 21 June 2010