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Law Society Practice Note: Client care information

Sep 29, 2018, 18:35 PM
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The Law Society has issued an updated Practice Note giving guidance for all solicitors involved in client care.
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The Law Society has issued an updated Practice Note giving guidance for all solicitors involved in client care.

The regulatory requirements contained in the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Handbook must be borne in mind when providing information to clients.

The guidance sets out what you must tell your client, what you must tell your client in writing and what you should tell your client, as well as the Law Society's advice on good practice.

To view the updated Practice Note, click here.
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