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Richard Buxton (Solicitors) v Mills-Owens and the Law Society - costs and solicitor refusing client's instruction to argue hopeless points

Where a client instructs a solicitor to put arguments to a court which are not properly arguable then the solicitor may be entitled to cease to act - and be entitled to be paid for the work that he has done.

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