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Mr Cooper One would hope that all solicitors know the indemnity principle, and adhere to it strictly at all timesBut perhaps you in fact mean the indemnity basis of assessment, which is quite another thing, and governs the assessment of Solicitor/Own client costs?Any client can agree a rate for a 'Rolls Royce service' as quoted from the RBS rights issue case below, but they are hardly having informed choice when quoted an artificially inflated rate for a bog standard service, that cannot ever be justified with reference to the proper methodology used for the calculation of the rate in the first place
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