Practising certificate fee set to be cut by 18%
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has recommended that the individual practicing certificate (PC) fee should be cut by almost a fifth. The recommendation, which was passed at a board meeting yesterday (1 June), now requires approval by the Law Society Council, which will meet on 13 July. If confirmed, the move will see the PC fee reduced by 18% from £428 to £350.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has recommended that the individual practicing certificate (PC) fee should be cut by almost a fifth.
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