Interim judicial factor appointed on client account at Hendrie Legal Limited
The Law Society of Scotland has stepped in to ensure that clients are protected while appropriate managerial arrangements are put in place to cover the absence of a director at Hendrie Legal Limited.
The Law Society’s petition for a judicial factor on the client account of the practice was granted by the Court of Session on Wednesday, 21 December.
Morna Grandison, director of interventions at the Law Society, has been appointed as interim judicial factor on the client account for the firm which has offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee. As an officer of the court, the judicial factor acts independently of the Law Society and will work closely with the firm while they make arrangements for the continuation and completion of ongoing legal work while appropriate managerial arrangements are established.
Clients of the firm who have queries or urgent business to conclude should in the first instance contact Hendrie Legal Limited to confirm what arrangement have been made for their transactions. Clients who may have concerns regarding the funds held by the firm on their behalf can email the judicial factor at email@example.com.