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St. Johns House, 42 St. Johns Place, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 3XX

Facilities Office accepts Legal Aid

Languages spoken Arabic, English, French, Punjabi 
Size of firm 2 solicitors

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  • Advocacy
  • Crime - domestic violence
  • Crime - fraud
  • Crime - general
  • Crime - juvenile
  • Crime - legal aid
  • Crime - motoring
  • Crime - sex
  • Immigration - asylum
  • Immigration - general
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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

09/06/16

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/623383.article?Decision=2016-06-09

Outcome: Condition
This outcome was reached by SRA decision.
Decision details

An Adjudicator decided to grant authorisation of a recognised body subject to the following conditions:

Hanif Mohammed is not permitted to hold the roles of a manager or owner of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.
Hanif Mohammed is not a signatory to any client or office account of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.
Hanif Mohammed cannot authorise payments or transfers from any client or office account of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.
Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited must submit account reconciliation statements to the SRA every four months.

This condition is effective four months from the date Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited commences trading. The statements must be signed by the COFA and must be submitted until further notice.

Reasons/basis

In making this decision the Adjudicator has had regard to Rules 6 and 9 of the Authorisation Rules, which set out reasons why the SRA may refuse or impose conditions on an application for initial authorisation.

The SRA publishes regulatory decisions when it considers it to be in the public interest. The Adjudicator considers, in accordance with Rule 34.2 of the SRA Authorisation Rules, in order to be transparent and to maintain public confidence in the regulatory system, that it is necessary to publish those details set out in Rule 34.2.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

09/06/16

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/623383.article?Decision=2016-06-09

Outcome: Condition
Outcome details

This outcome was reached by SRA decision.

Decision details



An Adjudicator decided to grant authorisation of a recognised body subject to the following conditions:



Hanif Mohammed is not permitted to hold the roles of a manager or owner of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.

Hanif Mohammed is not a signatory to any client or office account of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.

Hanif Mohammed cannot authorise payments or transfers from any client or office account of Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited.

Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited must submit account reconciliation statements to the SRA every four months.



This condition is effective four months from the date Mohammed Anderson & Co Limited commences trading. The statements must be signed by the COFA and must be submitted until further notice.



Reasons/basis



In making this decision the Adjudicator has had regard to Rules 6 and 9 of the Authorisation Rules, which set out reasons why the SRA may refuse or impose conditions on an application for initial authorisation.

The SRA publishes regulatory decisions when it considers it to be in the public interest. The Adjudicator considers, in accordance with Rule 34.2 of the SRA Authorisation Rules, in order to be transparent and to maintain public confidence in the regulatory system, that it is necessary to publish those details set out in Rule 34.2.

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