"One thing that became apparent very early on as a trainee was that each day was different, and, as a result, one never knowswhat the day may bring."
Reading an interesting case concerning one man’s legal battle to save a “castle” which he built in secret behind straw bales without planning permission. This case certainly makes interesting reading, so time to draft a quick article to publish on our website so that our clients can read all about it.
Time for lunch. Apart from a little time spent proof reading my draft article, this is largely spent sampling the delights from the local café and catching up with other colleagues discussing the slightly disappointing sporting results over the weekend.
One of our clients is owed a considerable sum of money for an unpaid debt. After discussing with the client, the client instructs us to sue the debtor in the County Court. Time to draft the necessary proceedings, including a claim form, particulars of claim and prepare a schedule of interest. Once approved by the client, arranging for the proceedings to be lodged at Norwich County Court and confirming to the client that all we need to do now is wait for the claim to be issued.
I have received instructions from the client who telephone this morning. He would like me to negotiate terms of a new lease on his behalf with the landlord. Discussing potential terms and confirming that I shall start negotiations with the landlord’s solicitor in the morning.
Following numerous reminders over the course of the day, I finally print the quiz sheets required for a local quiz night we have been invited to by one of our clients. For some reason I have been persuaded to join the team on my musical and sporting knowledge, but to this day I do not know why!
Now home after an excellent evening and very satisfied that Howes Percival finished towards the top of the table in the quiz despite an interesting, and slightly tricky, round on “badgers”!
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