The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Accounts Rules stipulate that every reasonable effort must be made to return unclaimed client funds, with the result that law firms can face compliance problems when clients prove hard to trace. With a 30-year history of working with the legal profession, and a reputation for finding people fast, it’s hardly surprising that this is a task we are often asked to undertake.
Please contact us for advice and a quotation.
We can supply copies of:
- birth, adoption, marriage, registered civil partnership and death certificates
- decrees nisi/absolute
- wills and grants of representation.
Should you require any other documents or records, please contact us for advice and a quotation.
Local deeds registry searches
The piecemeal nature of land registration before 1990 means that solicitors occasionally face the complex and time consuming task of establishing the ownership of unregistered property and the rights associated with it.
As an additional service to professional clients, we offer searches of the Yorkshire and Middlesex deeds registries. Depending on the location of the property, we are often also able to conduct searches in municipal or county records offices.
Our specialist researchers will identify the relevant property transactions and transcribe the details you need. For more information, please read Helping solve problems with unregistered property, A case involving unregistered property in East Yorkshire, or contact us for advice and a quotation.
I have worked on cases where law firms have obtained copies of old documents only to discover that they are unable to find anyone who can read them.
The deeper you delve in the historical record, the harder it gets to read the records you uncover.
At Anglia Research we employ a number of expert palaeographers who can visit registries, record offices or other repositories, obtain copy documents for you and transcribe them. For advice and a quotation, please contact us.