Fairness In Fees Limited was founded by George Lambis with the intention of submitting a Complaint to the European Commission regarding the lawfulness of fees charged by lawyers in Cyprus within European Union legislation. George Lambis who is a Greek Cypriot and a Chartered Accountant has lived in England since 1977. He is the Finance Director of a national charity in the UK. His personal experience arose from the administration of his aunt's estate where he felt that he had been greatly overcharged by a local lawyer for the work undertaken. He attempted to challenge these fees by applying to the Cyprus Bar Association (CBA) through its adjudication procedure only to be told that the Minimum Fee Regulations applied to his case and that that was the end of the matter as far as the CBA was concerned. The panel was not at all interested in the reasonableness of the fees charged. He was also unhappy at his treatment at the hearing. He decided to take the matter further by seeking legal advice in the UK and by launching a campaign. BPE Solicitors of St James House, St James Square, Cheltenham, GL50 3PR have been advising on the legal practicalities in the UK and are working with Counsel on this matter.
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