theycantdothat wrote:In what circumstances and to what extent should a lawyer charge a client for the time he spends in researching the law?
miner wrote:Oh, I forgot, .... doesn't someone go to a lawyer because they're supposed to KNOW the law?
iwanttoaskaquestion wrote:Just on this same topic. What if the solicitor was to go a wrong route and apply fpr something that was not possible to get and this was realised too late and left the litigant with some Court fees to pay. Should the solicitor charge for his time even though he perhaps should have known it was wrong procedure ? ?
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