It is with regret that we must inform our prospective clients, that at this stage, we will not be taking any further instructions from new clients. We can assure our existing clients that we will continue to address any concerns that they have and provide the appropriate level of customer service that each case requires. Unfortunately this position and decision has been brought about due to the actions of a public body, that is beyond our control. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. We will post an update on the current situation shortly.



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Burlow and Spencer Ltd is in compliance with Section 84 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.

Burlow and Spencer Ltd registered office is, 95 Spencer Street Spencer Street, Birmingham, England, B18 6DA, Company

Registration number 07743877

Burlow and Spencer Ltd is acting on behalf of, and under the supervision of DDR LEGAL SERVICES LLP whose designated member and supervisor MR D Romulus is regulated by The National Association of Romanian Bars, this is in compliance with Section 84 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999. MR D Romulus is regulated by The National Association of Romanian Bars, this can be found at

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Version 13 of the SRA Handbook, which comes into effect on 1 April 2015, contains changes to allow entities owned or managed by Registered European Lawyers (RELs) to operate within England and Wales without necessarily needing to do so through an SRA-authorised body.

This is primarily achieved by a change to rule 2.1 of the SRA Practice Framework Rules which permits a REL to practise in England and Wales through an 'Exempt European Practice' (EEP).

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