Hi Alex, yes thank you very much. It's pretty much what we thought but he is a very experienced solicitor and he puts doubt in our minds. It's more disappointing because I have also sold 2 businesses through him but I have asked him to produce anything that says 12 months and he has ignored that request so i suspect he just doesn't want to pay. He told me I should 'take it on the chin' but I think people that don't honour obligations should not get away with it. Thank you so much for re-enforcing our thoughts. Regards Robert
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Hi Alex, sorry for the delay but I have been on holiday. I am taking your advice and issuing a claim via MCOL, but can you clarify please one thing. They say it's important to get the claimants details correct and the solicitor I am claiming against is Williams & Co, so do I enter the name of the defendant as Williams & Co or do I issue it as ***** ***** t/a Williams & Co?
Also, I see that using the link you sent i can only make a claim as one person but as the property was bought by both my wife and myself do we need to make a joint claim? If so, then the link you supplied is only for an individual and it says to contact an office in Salford but no number.
I am happy to make a claim on my own but i wouldn't want someone to say that it's not valid because the property is and SDLT scheme were made for you myself and my wife.
Is there another form on line or can I just do it in my own name and claim for both of us?