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Since in all the chapters we have seen that it is the duty of the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers not to conceal any kind of a facts anything which is related to the case which is important than the matter to the client it should also be considered from the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers side that whatever the fees charging there is no such hidden cost which he is charging from them and the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers should also not try to circumvent such client by accepting any under the table payments or any kind of an compensation from any other party path from the client on that specific case until and unless search client is informed and such consent is given in writing. Also if any of the fees which is being paid on the behalf of the client that is any of its representatives have any from or any kind of a trust or Legal Aid or any kind of a person represent dative then instruction used as well the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers cannot accept and of a payment and enlist any consent or any direction from the client is given to the lawyer.

Following are the kind of payments which should not be in a hidden form like costs, commission, reward, interest, fee, rebate or any kind of an Allowance or any such kind of a compensation is related to the Professional Employment of the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers by the client. Interest levied upon overdue accounts. A LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers should not require any kind of an additional interest or should not charge any kind of interest which he has no right to levy to. Such kind of interest can be in the form of any charges, disbursements or any unpaid fees. Under the letter of engagement or under the retainer agreement it should be taken into consideration that both the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers and client are clear and be informed in writing about any such kind of an interest rate to be charged that can be levied in the future and when it will be levied. Written confirmation. As disclosed earlier it is the duty of the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers to inform the client regarding the building method by giving a memo to the client or under the written form in the retainer agreement which is signed by the client or any other kind of letter of engagement from the lawyer.

Such kind of a written consent of the written confirmation should be taken into consideration only after the consensus of both the parties and as to how the expected expenses can be incurred, how the fees would be levied and how much interest would be charged upon it. Such written confirmation should also give directions as to how the payments are to be given and are made to the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers and in what form and at what stage also as to how to settle the payments if the fees is not given in a timely manner to the lawyer. The terms of the letter of engagement or the retainers agreement should be very clear to the respective client’s case separately. Such clauses under the letter of engagement of the retainer agreement should also specify regarding the settlement of the funds which is to be taken into consideration from the client’s part or if any authority letter has been given by the client to the LexLords Canada Immigration Lawyers to pay himself or herself from the settlement money received from the trust and leave no scope of misunderstanding between the parties that is the client and the lawyer.