solicitor who fails to honour an undertaking is prima facie guilty of
But the Law Society does not 'Up-Hold' their own rules
At the bottom is part of the Client Care Agreement letter sent
to me by Thos Boyd Whyte Solicitors it shows I gave instructions
and Thos Boyd Whyte agreed to act on my behalf. -
It also clearly states Gordon Luckhurst is the Senior
Partner 'I may raise any aspect of the service
I am unhappy with' and at the bottom it shows an agreement
has been made.
Rule 18.02 states;
4. The giver cannot unilaterally withdraw from
an undertaking once the recipient has placed reliance on it.
5. The OSS has no power to order the release
of a solicitor from the terms of an undertaking. This is a matter
for the Court, or the person entitled to the benefit of the undertaking.
And the Law Society Rules Say about this;
"A solicitor who fails to honour an undertaking
is prima facie guilty of professional misconduct".
Law Society advised me to make a complaint against Thos Boyd Whyte
for refusing to honour the Client Care Agreement and before
that complaint came under investigation the Law Society illegal gave
information from my complaint to my Solicitor and the Law Society
Committee advised Gordon Luckhurst
to sack me because there was a Conflict of Interest. -
Zahida Manzoor, that 'Bee's Knees' of the 'Complaints
World' believes it is correct for the Law Society to break all
the rules in the book not only is she part of the 'Protection Team'
but click Here to see the rest.
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