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  1. This might be hypothetical but,. If the solicitor refuses to return documents to me without settling their bill, would the solicitor attract a liability if the case failed because the documents were not returned when requested? These documents I handed over include a loss adjusters report and other documents which I paid for from elsewhere. I am trying to discover what documents can be witheld by a solicitor that prevents legal process to continue because I have run out of money and this could leave me a precarious situation.
  2. Those two questions are good points and I think I should ask the solicitor. Even if it cannot be pro bono or conditional fee, it gives me a stronger case if I asked why I am litigant in person.
  3. What does the Civil Procedure Rules say about how unrepresented litigants (claimant) in the multi track should be treated? The problem here is the case is solicitor repreesented to this point in the Royal Courts of Justice but the solicitor wants more money and my money has run out and this is putting the case at risk. I need to know if I can be treated as a litigant in person in a multi track claim.
  4. Can an unrepresented claimant be treated as litigant in person in the multi-track?
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