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  1. Thanks for your reply but the system will not let me send an email address as I have not submitted enough posts. Someone on my thread has suggested the SRA so I will try them. Thanks anyway.
  2. Thanks for your advice re the SRA. I have just been looking at their website and I will certainly contact them. A poster on a different thread has the contact details for the LSC so I will contact them also. Thank you to everyone who replied.
  3. Hi classic-car-lover. I'm sorry that I cannot help you with your problem but I am desperately trying to find out how to contact the LSC and I notice that you say that you spoke to the manager at the LSC. Would you be able to give me the contact details please. Thank you in advance and I hope you get sorted.
  4. Sorry for delay in replying and tomorrow I may be without internet access due to changing supplier. To citizenB - Legal aid was applied for and presumably granted but we never received anything form the LSC. The first notification we had was when Rossendales sent a letter saying they were contracted to act on behalf of the LSC to recover the contribution due from the my partner (£7,500 approx in 3 monthly instalments). At that point it was agreed with the solicitor that we would pay him privately and that the offer of legal aid was to be rejected. Obviously, when Rossendales did not re
  5. Hi, this is my first time here and I really need some help/advice. My partner claimed legal aid on the advice of his solicitor. Neither we nor the solicitor ever received an order granting legal aid but Rossendales immediately began sending letters requesting approx £7,500 to be paid in 3 monthly instalments (gulp!!). My partner arranged with his solicitor that he would pay the solicitor privately for a reduced amount. Apparently, because the solicitor can make a claim against the legal aid fund, Rossendales will not close the file until the solicitor sends them a "letter of undert
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