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Stuart Fotheringham, thank you for reminding me.
I also forgot about these:
* solicitors and accountants must, on request, provide confidential information to civil servants (such as the Inland Revenue) and they MUST NOT INFORM THEIR CLIENT THAT THEY HAVE DONE SO OR BEEN ASKED TO DO SO.
* solicitors must, before they act for you and also on certain major transactions such as house sale, seek and have signed in their presence and keep a copy of your passport and some form of recent proof of address. purportedly this is to prove that you are not a "drug dealer" or that you want to sell your children or your mother. it doesn't matter if your solicitor has known you for 20, 25 years.Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton, 12 years ago.