Trading Standards for Insolvency Practitioner/Trustees/Solicitors/Courts/Councils

Ed Boyce made this Freedom of Information request to ACTSO Limited
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Dear ACTSO Ltd,

Trading Standards for Insolvency Practitioner/Trustees/Solicitors/Courts/Councils

Is there a trading standards level of service to be expected from any of the above unfortunately there appears to be no proper service to be had from any of them or their over-riding bodies who have no interest whatsoever in holding them to account.

If you hold any information to hold them to the standards they being paid to deliver this would be of great help to the public, who unfortunately are being robbed of their property and possessions.

Yours faithfully,

Ed Boyce

Margaret Humphreys, ACTSO Limited

Dear Ed
Thankyou for your email, please be advised that concerns about the actions
of individual councils can be raised with the relevant ombudsmen :
[1] for England
[2] for Wales
ACTSO do not hold any information but the Ministry of Justice may be able
to provide you with an answer. 
Margaret Humphreys
Membership Officer - ACTSO
07808 870752

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