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The Law Society Accredited - Mental HealthSRASRAThe Law Society Accredited - Conveyancing Quality

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Alexandra House, St Johns Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2SB

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  • Administrative and public law
  • Advocacy
  • Agriculture
  • Charities
  • Children
  • Commercial litigation
  • Commercial property
  • Company and commercial
  • Consumer
  • Conveyancing - residential
  • Corporate finance
  • Debt and bankruptcy - personal
  • Debt recovery
  • Dispute resolution - civil mediation
  • Dispute resolution - commercial mediation
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Environment
  • Family - general
  • Financial services
  • Immigration - nationality and citizenship
  • Information Technology
  • Insolvency and restructuring - business
  • Intellectual property
  • Landlord and tenant - residential
  • Licensing gaming and betting
  • Litigation - general
  • Mental health
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Planning
  • Private client - Probate
  • Private client - trusts
  • Private client - Wills
  • Professional negligence
  • Tax


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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

26/02/18

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/231205.article?Decision=2018-05-22

Outcome: PC/registration free of conditions
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Mr Philip Whitcomb?s practising certificate for 2017/2018 has been issued free from conditions.

On 23 May 2013, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal imposed an order against Mr Whitcomb. The restrictions, to which Mr Whitcomb?s practise remains subject, are as follows:



He may not practise as a sole practitioner, partner, member or manager of a Recognised Body, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), Legal Disciplinary Partnership (LDP) or Alternative Business Structure (ABS);

He may not hold client money.

For the avoidance of doubt Mr Whitcomb may only work as a solicitor in employment approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Mr Whitcomb do attend an approved SRA Accounts Rules 2011 course within twelve months from 22 May 2013.

There be liberty to either party to apply to the Tribunal to vary the conditions set out above after the expiry of three years from 22 May 2013.



Whilst conditions have not been imposed on Mr Whitcomb?s 2017/2018 practising certificate, his ability to practise remains subject to the Tribunal?s order outlined above, until such time when he applies directly to the Tribunal to have it varied or removed.



Reasons/basisThe SRA is satisfied that none of the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 or the regulatory objectives contained in the Legal Services Act 2007 and the principles governing regulatory activities in section 28 of that Act make it necessary in the interests of the public to impose any practising certificate condition.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

20/02/17

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/231205.article?Decision=2018-05-22

Outcome: Condition
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Mr Philip Whitcomb is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Mr Whitcomb's practising certificate for 2016/2017 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Mr Whitcomb may not act as a manager or owner of any authorised body.



In this condition the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basisThe above condition is considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

23/12/15

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/231205.article?Decision=2018-05-22

Outcome: Condition
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Mr Whitcomb is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Mr Whitcomb's practising certificate for 2015/2016 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Mr Whitcomb may act as a solicitor only in employment which has first been approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Mr Whitcomb is not a sole practitioner, or a manager or owner of an authorised body.

In this condition "manager" and "owner" are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.

Mr Whitcomb does not hold, receive or have access to client monies.

Mr Whitcomb shall immediately inform any actual or prospective employer of these conditions and the reasons for their imposition.





Reasons/basis

The above conditions are considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

The authorised officer is satisfied that the conditions imposed will, in the public interest, limit, restrict, halt or prevent the involvement of Mr Whitcomb in certain activities, prevent his engagement in certain business agreements, business associations or practising arrangements and require him to obtain the SRA's written approval before taking certain steps (Regulation 7.1(a) and (c) of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011).

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