Boothroyds Solicitors
Legal Notice

Boothroyds Solicitors:

Boothroyds Solicitors is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority ( Solicitors is a general partnership.  All partners are solicitors, qualified to practise in England and Wales. A list of the names of the partners can be viewed on this website or obtained through the Law Society.The Law Society represents solicitors in England and Wales. The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the independent regulatory arm of The Law Society.   The Legal Ombudsman is an independent body set up to adjudicate upon complaints which cannot be resolved within the firm’s complaints handling procedure.Boothroyds Solicitors maintains professional indemnity insurance as required by the SRA Indemnity Rules.  The insurance covers the professional services provided by the firm.


Boothroyds Solicitors (partners, associate solicitors and staff) aim to provide a professional service.  If at any time you are unhappy about any aspect of the service we have provided to you, please in the first instance contact either partner (Rachel Cheetam or Dervise Kocayigit).If after our own complaints handling procedure has been undertaken and you are still not satisfied with our handling/response to your complaint or with our handling of the complaint, you may ask the Legal Ombudsman to consider the matter.Anti Money Laundering:We are governed by the SRA, The Law Society and Anti Money Laundering Legislation.  We are therefore required to verify, confirm and document:
  1. i)  the identity and address of all clients of the firm; and
  2. ii)  the source of monies paid to the firm.
We will therefore conduct our own checks and/or ask our client to provide us with the identification documents we are required to obtain.  If we are unable to obtain satisfactory evidence of identity, we will not be able to act or continue acting.  We will not accept funds from any source unless the source has previously been identified to our satisfaction. If payment is made in breach of this provision, normally the funds will be frozen until their source and provenance has been established.It should be noted that the AML legislation and regulations has placed all professional advisers (including lawyers) under legal obligation, in certain circumstances to disclose information to the Serious Organised Crime Agency. Where a lawyer knows or suspects that a transaction involves money laundering or the financing of terrorists, he or she may be required to report their knowledge or suspicion to SOCA. If this happens, we will not be able to inform you that a disclosure has been made or of the reason for it, for legal reasons. We accept no liability for any loss, damage, costs or expenses that you might incur by reason of such disclosure.

Governing law:

All issues relating to the Legal Notice/Diversity Policy and Privacy Policy, the website, all content and your usage are governed by English law.  Unless, Boothroyds Solicitors elects otherwise, any dispute relating to this Legal Notice/Diversity Policy and Privacy Policy, the website, all content and your usage shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.Please note that the Legal Notice/Diversity Policy and Privacy Policy do not create any contractual or other rights.

Application and Amendments:

Use of this website is subject to the Legal Notice/Diversity Policy and Privacy Policy.  We may alter the terms and our policies at any time by updating these pages (Legal Notice/Diversity Policy and Privacy Policy) and/or the website.  You are therefore recommended to check these pages to take notice of any changes made, as your continued use indicates your acceptance of those changes and will be legally binding on you. 
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