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Please see Q&A: Can I charge a client for retrieving and or returning their file? This is based on Law Society guidance that clearly anticipates firms can charge clients for file storage and retrieval. We have, therefore, retained the section in Precedent: Terms of business for law firms, that states:
‘If we retrieve your file from storage [(including electronic storage)] in relation to continuing or new instructions to act for you, we will not normally charge for the retrieval.If we retrieve your file from storage for another reason, we may charge you for:•time spent retrieving the file and producing it to you•rea
‘If we retrieve your file from storage [(including electronic storage)] in relation to continuing or new instructions to act for you, we will not normally charge for the retrieval.
If we retrieve your file from storage for another reason, we may charge you for:
time spent retrieving the file and producing it to you
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