Challinors sale completes but questions remain

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  • Speaking as a lawyer from Challinors all I know is that I have not been contacted at all and am not sure if I am redundant and/or if I get paid anything. I'm thoroughly unamused since partners regularly told me everything was okay or that they'd organised me a new job: not one call, no job and no administrator to speak to. Shocking. Just shocking.

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  • Quite clearly the SRA should not have intervened in this matter, nor should they have intervened in the matters of Attey's or Blakemores.

    The SRA have no role in administrative wind down apart as observers to ensure client interest is maintained.

    I believe however that the SRA through their actions and inactions over the last six months need to be brought to book to account for themselves. I believe there should be a public enquiry into their conduct in the Cobbetts, Atteys, Blakemores and Challinors situations if only to clear their name, which must be at an all time low.

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  • apart from all the moans from staff members, what about the poor customers who haven't been notified as to their cases (in my friends case, quite historical). Where has his case ended up. Challinors even conducted an interview with him about 2 weeks ago as if nothing was wrong. he's called repeatedly for an update but the disgruntled staff couldn't give a flying toss.
    get your acts together.

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