I had tenants for a few years all ok until they vacated then i commenced Legal proceedings on them for just under £10k for rent and damages to which they wholly deny & they are using a Solicitor whom is not on Court File & when i check the said Solicitor out i find that he is a non-practicing Solicitor with the Law Society, SRA & BAR.
I asked verbally to the BAR, SRA, The Law Society, The County Courts, PSU & CAB if this non-practicing solicitor is legally allowed to legally stand in a Court room and Legally represent his clients as he is doing so and they all state NO yet no one will direct me to a specific Rule/Regulation of the County Court of where i can read and recite this as evidence to the Judge yet all professionals just say silly things to me such as;
ow, everyone knows your not allowed & its just common knowledge.
This is obviously ridicules and useless to me.
I have formally complained to BAR, The County Court & SRA yet this doesn’t seem to be serving my objective.
If anyone knows of exactly where i can find the actual rule then i can apparently have the said solicitor arrested as what he is doing is apparently a criminal offence also.
I know that the Solicitors Company Name being used is a practicing Solicitor yet i have never seen him as he is paying his mate who is a non-practicing illegally operating Solicitor around £40p/h and pocketing the difference i can only imagine.