Information that you hold on file on Quayle v Quayle

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Alistair Quayle

Dear Solicitors Regulation Authority,

Can you inform me when you last heard of the case Quayle v Quayle?

By way of information your last communication to me was to go to the citizens advice for legal advice on the case mentioned above.

Can you inform me of the date that the case mentioned above was closed? This would be both in court and when the case that I raised with you relating to the behaviour of the solicitors involved was put on file.

Please advise if any action was taken by yourselves at the time or subsequently, other than putting the complaint on file.

Yours faithfully,

Alistair

SRA Information Compliance, Solicitors Regulation Authority

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Dear Mr Quayle,

 

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