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The provisions relating to change of solicitor are important because, where a party's address for service is given as being that party's solicitor's business address, that solicitor will be considered to be acting for that party until the provisions in CPR 42 and CPR PD 42 have been complied with (CPR 42.1(1)). One of the practical realities of this is that a party's solicitor's business address remains that party's address for service until:
notice of change is filed and served on every other party, or
the court makes an order that the solicitor has ceased to act
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