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    • Wesker
    • By Wesker 21st Feb 08, 8:00 PM
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    • 21st Feb 08, 8:00 PM
    Not quite the same thing but i just had to swear two oaths at a solicitors today and they only charged £10
    Errrr...come back later
    • hardpressed
    • By hardpressed 21st Feb 08, 8:25 PM
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    • 21st Feb 08, 8:25 PM
    Best to ring around a few local solicitors and ask them how much they charge.
    • Tozer
    • By Tozer 21st Feb 08, 8:27 PM
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    • 21st Feb 08, 8:27 PM
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    • 21st Feb 08, 8:27 PM
    No it is a fixed charge. £5 for the affidavit plus £2 for any exhibits. Solicitors cannot charge more than this.

    You don't need an appointment - just ask the reception if they can do "a swear". Usually a junior lawyer rocks up and it is done in seconds.
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