Do solicitors have to tell the truth?

Do solicitors have to tell the truth?

If you decide to instruct a solicitor in relation to a certain matter you will have to tell your solicitor all the facts about your case. According to Solicitors’ Code of Conduct your solicitor will be bound by a duty of confidentiality and he should therefore not make any unnecessary disclosures about your case.

When can a solicitor breach confidentiality UK?

Paragraph 6.5 of the Codes provides: “You do not act for a client in a matter where that client has an interest adverse to the interest of another current or former client of you or your business or employer, for whom you or your business or employer holds confidential information which is material to that matter.”

What is the meaning of the word solicitor?

Translations for ‘solicitor’. British English: solicitor /səˈlɪsɪtə/ NOUN. A solicitor is a lawyer who gives legal advice. American English: lawyer. Arabic: مُحَامٍ. Brazilian Portuguese: solicitador. Chinese: 律师. Croatian: odvjetnik.

How to tell the police you want a solicitor?

There is more information in paragraphs 1 to 11 on the next pages. Tell the police if you want a solicitor to help you while you are at the police station. This is free. Tell the police if you want someone to be told where you are.

When to put a letter into the hands of a solicitor?

Unless I receive a satisfactory response from you within a month I shall put this matter into the hands of my solicitor. The solicitor asked that her client be allowed to make a phone call. You should lodge a copy of the letter with your solicitor. Her will was drawn up by a solicitor and witnessed by two colleagues. Want to learn more?

Are there any English solicitors in the Canary Islands?

Welcome to Tenerife Solicitors, the first and still the only firm of English Solicitors & Spanish Abogados registered and authorised to practice in the Canary Islands. Are you based in Tenerife but have a legal problem back in England or Wales on which you need to consult an English Solicitor?

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