Allansons LLP, a Bolton based firm of solicitors, was closed by their regulator the Solicitors Regulation Authority on the 24th May 2019.
Allansons had conduct of several thousand claims against intuitional mortgage lenders where through the use of a software calculation they claim clients have been overcharged and due refunds. In order to instigate proceedings, the software calculation was required demonstrating the loss. This cost was paid for by promotion of a litigation funding model whereby private investors, not the clients themselves could invest in these claim types in multiples of £4000 (but a minimum of £12,000 investment).
All files have been secured by Gordons Solicitors.
Local Press states ;
‘The Solicitors Regulation Authority took the decision to close Allansons Solicitors, which had been operating out of an office Queens Buildings in Central Street, after ruling that its manager, Roger Allanson, had failed to comply with a number of regulations.
A notice from the industry regulator on the door to Allansons’ office states that the firm was shut down on Friday, and that all “practice papers, files and monies held” were now in the possession of the SRA.’
The SRA, solicitors regulator is clearly not happy with the conduct of Allansons and the promotion of the scheme does raise some immediate questions.
If you’ve invested into Allansons and simply want to discuss your options and position on;
- What has gone wrong?
- What happens now?
- Will the ‘insurance policy’ now refund your investment?
- What options do you have to recover money from elsewhere?
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