Gibraltar firms face tougher action in aftermath of Marrache investigation

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  • whats happened to the big cheese?

    where is Issac Marrache?

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  • I am a partner in Triay & Triay a law firm in Gibraltar. It is incorrect to say that there are no powers to investigate a law firm's client account or intervene in a lawfirm in Gibraltar. Aside from the existenec of local rules to govern lawyers client's accounts, the Supreme Court Act of Gibraltar imports into Gibraltar law all English laws and rules governing the Solicitor's profession.
    My comment is of necessity short but an extensive letter from me to the editor of the Gibraltar Chronicle was recently publish explaining the leagl position in greater detail.
    I trust that the partner in the law firm that has been quoted can expand on and clarify his exposition of the law.

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  • Robert - your appalling spelling and understanding of English grammar (e.g. apostrophes) does not say much for the standard of Gibraltar's legal profession.

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  • A nonny mouse,

    My apologies, they are all typos. I am not the best typist in the world.

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