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Personal Guarantee for an overdraft – independent legal advice

Personal Guarantee for an overdraft – independent legal advice

When the limited company you own needs to take out a loan, or an overdraft on your company bank account, your bank may require you to enter in to a Deed of Guarantee and Indemnity (also known as a Personal Guarantee). The effect of this […]

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Signature witnessing by a solicitor in London / Statutory Declarations / Affidavits / Certifications

Do you need a solicitor to witness your signature?

Some firms of solicitors whose offices are not local to clients ask that they have their signatures witnessed on documents by another solicitor who is local to their client. This is often to provide them with the assurance that the document has been executed correctly and […]

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Document certification in London

Document certification in London

A certified copy is a copy of a primary document, that is endorsed to confirm that it is a true copy of the said document.

A certified copy may be required for official government or court purposes and for commercial purposes such as for financial or legal matters. […]

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Solicitors on the legal panel for Sainsbury’s mortgages

Solicitors on the legal panel for Sainsbury’s mortgages

Ola Leslie Solicitors LLP have been CQS accredited since February 2012 which was shortly after the scheme was launched. This provides mortgage lenders with the assurance that the solicitors who are acting for them and their borrowers will provide a very high standard of work. […]

Solicitors on the legal panel for Tesco Bank mortgages

Solicitors on the legal panel for Tesco Bank mortgages

Ola Leslie Solicitors LLP have been CQS accredited since February 2012 which was shortly after the scheme was launched. This provides mortgage lenders with the assurance that the solicitors who are acting for them and their borrowers will provide a very high standard of work. […]