A solicitor may sell property on behalf of a client, that is he may act as an estate agent, either as part of his practice carried out from his own office or as a separate business, through an individual practice formed for property selling or through a joint property selling practice in conjunction with other firms of solicitors.
Where the solicitor carries out the business of property selling himself or through his employees he remains bound by the SRA Code of Conduct 2011, SRA Accounts Rules 2011 and all the other rules and regulations which affect solicitors in their practice
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