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CLYDE & CO DOING ALL IT CAN TO BLOCK THE RELEASE OF A STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.

CLYDE & CO DOING ALL IT CAN TO BLOCK THE RELEASE OF A STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.

Who would have thought Clyde and Co one of the world’s top financial firms would do all they could to help poor James Beresford ex BLM Law Manchester from being found out doing alleged legal fraud by not releasing 32 Hoole Roads statement of Accounts?

Now in a recent London court case, their QC at the time was questioned why a Liverpool probate court apparently told Beresford and BLM Law now merged with CLYDE and Company to release the said accounts.

BLM/CLYDE and Co also broke a contract through a Liverpool Tomblin order of December 2019 by selling an estate for 255k less than this agreed minimum selling price.

Their QC was also asked by the judge why Clyde and Co tried to hide this evidence as it should have been part of their legal bundle.

Shock and horror now the London courts are blocking the release of the master bundle and the Liverpool probate court denies that ruling was ever given so it’s very strange in the judges dumping up it was indeed on the digital case records.

PROBATE SCAMS ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN THE UK.

Yes, this hole is getting deeper and deeper but the good news is every time we go to court we learn more about this puzzle and this utter scam so everyone else can join the dots themselves.

Now our regular readers might be asking well where are these estate’s proceeds, good question the property sold for 495k on the 7th of July 2022 and the beneficiaries have been TOLD NOTHING, in fact, we don’t even know who sold it in the end.

Clyde won’t communicate that said information and the London judge stated on record monies were in the account that was ages ago so did Clyde, BLM Law or Beresford steal it?

Why won’t Clyde and Co play by the rules or are they more worried about vicarious liability because if we were them, we would but why make it worse unless all the big legal firms are doing this all over the country and some courts are helping in this very lucrative probate crimes?

 

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