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No reserved legal activities
Brambe & Holly Ltd., trading as Juchter van Bergen Quast, does not undertake reserved legal activities in England and Wales. There are currently only six areas of legal activity that are reserved. These six reserved activities are listed at Section 12 and Schedule 2 of the Legal Services Act. The reserved activities are:
- the exercise of rights of audience (i.e. appearing as an advocate before a court);
- the conduct of litigation (i.e. managing a case through its court processes);
- reserved instrument activities (i.e. dealing with the transfer of land or property under
- specific legal provisions);
- probate activities (i.e. handling probate matters for clients);
- notarial activities (i.e. work governed by the Public Notaries Act 1801); and
- the administration of oaths (i.e. taking oaths, swearing affidavits etc).