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We know that under the Legal Services Act 2007:
(a) it is illegal for an unauthorised person to charge for preparing a deed;
(b) an unauthorised person may prepare a deed for another person without making a charge;
(c) if you provide a professional service for another person for which you make a charge you cannot as part for the service prepare a deed even if you assert you prepare it free.
What is the position if you prepare a deed to which you are a party, say a landlord preparing a deed of covenant? Making any sort of charge would seem to be ruled out. Anyone disagree?
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As in, no, I do not disagree.
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