Claiming your money from the Solicitors Regulation Authority – how easy will that be?

Many victims will have tried the Solicitors Regulation Authority when they had problems with solicitors and lawyers.

But just in case you’re new to fighting for yourself, your rights and your money, here are the categories which are eligible for your claim, up to £2 million:

  • Stamp duty, land tax, land registry fees
  • Lost mortgage advance
  • Failure to pay off a mortgage
  • Estate or trust funds
  • Unpaid counsel, expert or agent fees
  • General client money or other losses

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7 Responses to Claiming your money from the Solicitors Regulation Authority – how easy will that be?

  1. THE SCB/SRA made no attempt to assist me when my entire proceeds of sale was stolen by my solicitors. The solicitors I employed covered up for them. The SCB asked me to contact the Solicitor’s Indemnity Fund in order to recover my money. The SIF will not compensate you, they are the Insurers who assign legal defence to defend any claims against Solicitors.

  2. Sabine Kurjo says:

    THANK YOU, Audley!

    This is really important to know!

    You think it’s not worth trying with a new set of staff, maybe?

    • The entire set up is a scam. I believe it is the same staff they use and the same address. They simply change their name ever three to four years to deceive the public into thinking they are dealing with a new organisation. I will be contacting them in the near future to find out if they are prepared to give me all the names they have used and the frequency of their name changes. The fact is, the most common complaints against solicitors is FRAUD and they will not investigate any allegations of FRAUD against solicitors.

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  4. Simon says:

    The Solicitors Regulation Authority are not acting on over 90% of complaints. There is an interesting blog with statistics from someone who has tried to register a complaint with them here:

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