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Our Statements of Account

  • We attach our statement of account. It shows amounts we have received and paid out on your behalf, and also bills unpaid, either in whole or in part.
  • Please note that thestatement may not be a complete list of matter we are presently conducting on your behalf, and may not include matters being conducted other than by David Swarbrick.
  • It is important that you check this statement, and tell us, if you think anything is a mistake, or if you have any queries. Our bills have, printed on the reverse, important information about your rights to challenge our bills, if you think they are incorrect or excessive. We will provide copies of this information again if you wish.
  • Payment in Post
    This statement may genuinely have crossed in the post with your payment. If so, please ignore this letter, and accept our apology.
  • Current and Continuing Work
    Please note that, if you do not pay any bill within one month of the date of receiving the bill, we may suspend or discontinue work on any other current matter being conducted on your behalf. Such suspension may be without prior notice.
  • Other Matters
    This statement relates to bills sent to you and completed matters. We often have several matters for clients, some finished and others continuing. This statement may not include charges and disbursements, or receipts and payments, on on-going matters finished.
  • Interest Charges
    Under the Solicitors Acts we may charge interest at 8% on accounts unpaid after one month from delivery of our account. We do not usually charge interest if our account is paid in full within two months. The statement will show a calculation of interest, but interest is not charged until you see it added into the total due.
  • Instalments
    We will sometimes accept payment of our account by instalments. If you wish to discuss this or other means of paying this account or if you have any queries concerning the bill, do not hesitate to contact us. If you cannot pay the account in full, we ask you to contact us immediately, to make agreed arrangements. This will usually allow us to avoid action through the courts to recover any sum due.
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