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johnny697

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Post by johnny697 » Mon Jan 25, 2021 7:45 pm
Legal Advice, from Solicitors who struggle to be general practitioners, overcharging without any concept of Insolvency; so the debtor is left with more cost; when answers could be found by Whistle Blowing.

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Post by kallis3 » Mon Jan 25, 2021 7:48 pm
I'm afraid we can't do anything about that. As Foggy says, you need to speak to a solicitor who deals with Insolvency.
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Post by Foggy » Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:03 pm
Mon Jan 25, 2021 7:45 pmjohnny697 wrote:
Legal Advice, from Solicitors who struggle to be general practitioners, overcharging without any concept of Insolvency; so the debtor is left with more cost; when answers could be found by Whistle Blowing.
That is down to the solicitors involved and outside of our remit. We are people, for the most part, who have gone through an IVA themselves and share our experience. We cannot give substantive advice, other than personal opinion on specific legal matters and would be remiss if we did so.
My opinions are merely that .. opinions based on experience. Always seek professional advice.
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Post by johnny697 » Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:33 pm
Thank you for your kind advice, the opinions and help on this IVA forum is invaluable. We all on a journey, Insolvency Practitioners on the whole are there to help and do a very important job. Unfortunately there is the odd bad apple. Even a common sense response shows you care. The responses on this forum to my complex issue is thoughtful, understanding and helpful. Many Thanks Again

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Post by lifenoteasy » Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:33 am
There were around 20 sanctions published in December 2020 https://www.gov.uk/government/collectio ... -sanctions and give an indication of how low fines can be.

To be honest, reading them, it comes across as a bit of an old boys club.

The Lismore Group (if this is the right one http://www.lismoregroup.com/) no longer seem to have a functioning web site.

It sounds like you have a unique situation where specialised advice is needed. The one thing that I can find online suggests that an IP can be reinstated against their will https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters. ... tPage=true if a bankruptcy is overturned by the High Court.
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Post by johnny697 » Tue Jan 26, 2021 9:06 pm
Thank you Lifenoteasy for your reply; but the sanctions list just about sums it up pathetic; "Old Boys Club, papering over small cracks sums it up." Small cracks don't cover large issues like paying across £227k for legalised theft, in the findings of the Insolvency Practitioner Tribunal Panel (who no longer sit) the I.P Lismore paid creditors that were not creditors; whilst he took £50K in fees, all under the guise of cleaning everything under his sad tick boxing story.

So Court Rules; in a scenario that none of them understand; Credence where none is deserved on any level.... We will see...

The play out of a dynamic panto what part of the panto horse will we be? Whilst they all dab in charging for fees over a job a layman, laywoman or McKenzie Friend could do at a least a 1/10th of the cost, but insurance pending no-one is able to step up, where are we all going.... Or maybe they can through a pseudonym pending Litigant in Person Book, will we all charge £25 per hour for our valued help on McKenzie Friend Basis? The one thing Scotland provided direct from Braveheart.

When the law changed due to the complaint in question, Parliamentary Privilege should have been used to name and shame Lismore, but so much better when the "Conflicts of Interest," Regulator is proven to be completely inept on every level,
Complaints and their findings by so called professionals, get the story ready for the oncoming Panto, cannot be argued when evidential fact is proven, where the Regulator removes online documents in attempt to brush grave issues under the carpet, all I say is be very, very careful when you do.

As your coveted position of 4th best insolvency in the World might just be at risk of, Oh Reputational Risk."

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Post by johnny697 » Wed Jan 27, 2021 12:10 am
One final note the I.P Lismore that lost his licence due to grave IVA complaint never got his grubby little hands on a £60K equity asset; as he tried to be Trustee in Bankruptcy to help himself and after a GDPR response proving by his own written letter his actions are criminal as he destroyed the full IVA file which he had a statutory obligation to retain for 6 years, so be broke the law to hide his tracks, he tried and failed to make my partner Bankrupt and his stories outcome is pending of Karmic nature.

As the IVA complaint helped change Law now it must do so much more :D

Charles Dickens Father died in a workhouse in the wrong, little did he know his son would write books that would change draconian Britain.
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