Regulatory Statement

Express Solicitors Limited is a Private Limited Company registered in England and Wales, registration number 08458462. Registered office and principle place of business as above. It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, SRA number 612741, as an Alternative Business Structure. Its VAT number is 181888462. It does not accept service by fax or email. Calls may be recorded for training, quality and record keeping purposes. We use the word ‘Partner’ or ‘Associate Partner’ to refer to a share owner or director of the company, or an employee or consultant of the company who is a lawyer with equivalent standing and qualifications. We use the words ‘Partner (non-lawyer)’ or ‘Associate Partner (non-lawyer)’ to refer to a share owner or director of the company, or an employee or consultant of the company who is not a solicitor or lawyer but who is a board level manager of the business. A list of the directors is displayed at the above address, together with a list of those persons who are designated as Partners.

On Monday 7th April 2014, Express Solicitors Limited purchased Lavin Copitch Solicitors Limited, formerly of 552 Hyde Road, Gorton and 5 Llyod Square, Altrincham. Lavin Copitch Solicitors Limited is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, SRA No: 512538. Address: 311-319 Palatine Road, Northenden, M22 4HH. Tel: 0161 904 4660. Email: [email protected] 

Express Solicitors carry Professional Indemnity Insurance and details can be provided upon request.

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