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  • Legal FAQs

    Speaking to solicitor, not a client?

    I like this advice. This is what I have decided to do. Managed to get through to the other solicitor's secretary who said she will look into it. No response back but putting the pressure on both ends I think is the way forward

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    Yes go for it .... Often direct approach is best and there is no law against contacting them

    Start low key and upgrade as required till you get a result

    Use the  ` what is reasonable `   test

    Over a week to reply  is not reasonable to me . It means you aint employed enough staff mate

    Sometimes people deal with you quicker as you are  in their  face just so you  get out of their  face

    Councils  are examples of one of the slowest creatures on earth

    I`ve got a 1st class honours degree in poking them -

    Especially when they leave my tenant without heating or hot water

    I got a standard response the other day - we will respond in 5 working days

    I said  - no try 24hrs its winter . I copy in the MP and the council chief sometimes if they irk me

    Result - they went around in 24hrs - but only because I poked

    We all have busy  in trays -

    My job is just to make sure I`m always on the top of other peoples in tray

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    Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com

    Great advice as usual Jonathan. Just replied above, this is exactly what I'm going to do, put pressure on both ends!

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