To the extent that we do not enter into a specific agreement with a client in a separate order letter or in writing, the fees are charged to each client on the basis of the time spent on their case, calculated at the time of our rates applicable to the lawyers concerned and other staff members involved in the case; For example, when writing letters, writing documents, telephone conversations, arriving and leaving, and attending meetings. If we agree to calculate on a different basis, this may result in us receiving more or less than the amount we would have calculated otherwise. We can also charge for the time we have spent on an issue once completed, if we are to continue work on it. Oral contractual terms may apply in the context of an engagement, and in Britain, the engagement ring is normally considered a sign of “sealing of activity”. We may change our interest rates and other costs from time to time to reflect competitive conditions, inflation and other factors. A change in lawyer status (e.g. B if he becomes a partner) may also result in a change in his hourly rate. If our prices change, we will publish our new prices on our website under www.mjhudson.com/expertise/law/fees. Then, our fees are calculated on the basis of these new rates, and all rates indicated in our order letter or in an order email are considered revised accordingly. Getting engaged to get married is comparable to entering into a contract insofar as there is an offer and an acceptance. However, in Britain, engagement is not considered legally binding, as you cannot force anyone to remain engaged or continue a wedding ceremony. This means that we may ask a customer (or persons or organizations that commission us on behalf of a customer) for photographs and other government-issued identity documents, as well as details about our customers` property and origin.
We may also conduct research and obtain relevant information from external bodies, including credit reporting agencies, electronic verification service providers against the name of a potential customer and/or the names of your directors, members or employees of you or its affiliates. . . .