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    Haha. I PMed my answer, just so we don't get into trouble.

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    That may be the case but all businesses are answerable to trading standards. If a firm chooses to attempt to deceive, in order to get more business, then ramp the price up, they need to be taken to task.

    To not include an archive fee in a quotation, and only mention the fact that there is one after a contract has been formed, when archiving is required by law, is like selling a car for £10,000 then saying later on that it's an extra £500 for the wheels.

    There's a certain irony about solicitors being dishonest in this way

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