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How is it fake please?
Signatures of people suppose to have given power of attorney to fraudster were forged, the other person was a minor with no contractual powers. As such the fraudster made himself guardian to sign on behalf of the minor child and sold immovable property. The legal firm who were used as cover up claim that they have not had sight of the document other than through my e mail and that it has not been endorsed by solicitor in their legal firm, does not bear their address, does not state the name of the Administrator of oaths/officer of the courts who witnessed it or which ever solicitor must have. Witnesses' signatures are without names against them, the seal on it is not of the firm being used as cover. The Power of Attorney obviously looks fake. What we need for court purposes is a notarised document to confirm that the power of attorney is not authentic and not from their legal firm. An angry and lashing out e mail as I received from the legal firm in response to my request does not help with court purposes where an immovable property has been sold fraudulently.
Have you written to the firm?
Yes I did and received an e mail back. They analysed the attached power of attorney and gave the details as I have put them above but I need a notarised document on their quick analysis that it is not theirs.They have stopped me from contacting them directly other than through the Ombudsman. I have the e mail correspondences if it is in order to send you.
Have you complained to the Ombudsman yet?
Not yet and I am also worried that the Ombudsman takes a long time when I could be having a trial at hand. Surely there are other quicker ways to it.
The only other way would be to possibly complain to the Regulator who is the SRA
The Solicitors Regulatory Authority
The only other option would be to seek a Court injunction compelling them to do this
For that you would need to complete form N1 http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n001-eng.pdf and N16a http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n016a-eng.pdf
The Court would then issue the claim and decide whether to make an Order compelling them.
They would have an opportunity to object.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
thank you, XXXXX XXXXX forward to hearing from you
Can I clarify anything for you about this at all please?
ok, what do you need clarification on?
To find whether it is quicker to refer the firm's attitude to Law Society as ombudsman are likely to take longer. I am a victim but quite happy to pay costs for notarised documentation of their analysis.
Yes indeed. The Law Society may be quicker but they may just refer you to the SRA
Basically what is involved with SRA, how do they help?
They are the regulator, they can see if any rules of conduct have been broken
You could of course complain to SRA, Law Society and the Ombudsman
Please can I have both their contact details and e mails.
The Cube199 Wharfside StreetBirminghamB1 1RN
Tel: 0121(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Tel: 0 20 7242 1222
The Law Society's Hall113 Chancery LaneLondon WC2A 1PL
Does that help?
yes thank you very much, appreciate your assistance
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