Solicitors' code of conduct
Rule 2: Client relations
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Rule - 2.01 Taking on clients

(2) -- You must not cease acting for a client except for good reason and on reasonable notice

Rule 3: Conflict of interests >> These rules were altered in 2007 and again in 2011
No where in this rule does it say that when the Law Society advise a client to send a complaint to the CCS that their solicitors have fail to honour 'Solicitors Rule 15' and when the client follows that advice does it bring about a 'Conflict of Interests' between the solicitors and the client.

Also after the solicitors have taken seven years to get the defendant to court then six weeks before the trial the solicitors sends a letter to the client saying they will no longer act for him constitute a period of "reasonable notice".

The evidence clearly shows collusion takes place between solicitors, Consumers Complaints Service, The Law Society's Ethics Committee, that 'Toe Rag' Queen Bee of the Complaints World, Zahida Manzoor, and just about every one associated with the Law Society to protect each other.