Can you confirm - you are making a claim against a solicitor who is acting in the sale of some land this Friday. You are also asking about selling some separate land in different transaction unrelated to the solicitor and you want to know if this unrelated sale will affect any claim you make against the aforementioned solicitor?
If I have misunderstood please clarify.
Thank you for replying, Tom. NOT SEPARATE LAND SALE & SAME SOLICITOR
Our solicitor is acting in the sale and contract exchange of the remaining 12.6 acres & farm buildings of Rolston Seats Farm ,HU11 5AA, this Friday (the liquiidator took the farmhouse when our solicitor went bankrupt . This sale and the solicitor in our complaint are one and the same Let me know if you require more information (01964 564 984) Lynne
This is something that you need to take specific advice on from another solicitor n your area who you can take details of the transaction. JustAnswer really is not the forum for these types of enquiry I'm afraid, it's for more general advice like your question yesterday.
You are entitled to ask that your file is released to you from the solicitors, if you have not paid their fees they may seek to claim a lien on the file (ie. to retain it until their legal fees are paid) but you can attempt to leverage your complaint against them.
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