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Posted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 5:51 pm
by Pascalcho
No game, organised crime 2.0
:)

Posted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:20 pm
by Savina
Call it as you like it:)

Posted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:01 pm
by shebry
Savina wrote:Call it as you like it:)

Take a look at Dobrich. In an area of 800sq yds you have the Court House. the Prosecutors Office, the Notary and about 20 lawyers, and most of the lawyers all work out of the same block of offices
As I have said in a previous posting, You scratch my back and I will scratch yours. They are all one big happy family

Posted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:37 am
by Seedy
shebry wrote:Take a look at Dobrich. In an area of 800sq yds you have the Court House. the Prosecutors Office, the Notary and about 20 lawyers, and most of the lawyers all work out of the same block of offices
As I have said in a previous posting, You scratch my back and I will scratch yours. They are all one big happy family


By that reasoning, is Lincoln's Inn one of the acknowledged London centres of the Cosa Nostra? Surely it's hardly surprising that people have their offices near where they practise their profession - and Bulgarians are not great fans of commuting. :wink:

Pascalcho wrote:My personal opinion is that there is much too much lawyer work in Bulgaria.

Lawyers everywhere doing the most ridiculious things.


Yeah, well that goes for most of Europe - it's one of the "advantages" of a closed shop and a system which needs a notary deed every time you want to blow your nose :lol:

bulgarian solicitors all areas

Posted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:43 am
by Maverickmemphisboy
Seedy wrote:
shebry wrote:Take a look at Dobrich. In an area of 800sq yds you have the Court House. the Prosecutors Office, the Notary and about 20 lawyers, and most of the lawyers all work out of the same block of offices
As I have said in a previous posting, You scratch my back and I will scratch yours. They are all one big happy family


By that reasoning, is Lincoln's Inn one of the acknowledged London centres of the Cosa Nostra? Surely it's hardly surprising that people have their offices near where they practise their profession - and Bulgarians are not great fans of commuting. :wink:

Pascalcho wrote:My personal opinion is that there is much too much lawyer work in Bulgaria. Sensible,balanced and logical posting Seedy,thumbs up..too many people trying to make something sinister out of nothing.Solicitors and barristers are allways based in and around court buildings everywhere in the world,just common sense to be where the action is. :roll: :lol:

Lawyers everywhere doing the most ridiculious things.


Yeah, well that goes for most of Europe - it's one of the "advantages" of a closed shop and a system which needs a notary deed every time you want to blow your nose :lol:
sensible ,balanced posting Seedy,solicitord and barristers are allways based close to or in court buildings,it just makes sense most of the time.

Posted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:14 pm
by Oscar
shebry wrote:
Savina wrote:Call it as you like it:)

Take a look at Dobrich. In an area of 800sq yds you have the Court House. the Prosecutors Office, the Notary and about 20 lawyers, and most of the lawyers all work out of the same block of offices
As I have said in a previous posting, You scratch my back and I will scratch yours. They are all one big happy family


Used exactly the same set up in Varna,everything under one roof,no running around the city to get things done,everything perfectly in order,no problems.A sensible way to do business.

Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:08 pm
by Stone
My personal opinion is that there is much too much lawyer work in Bulgaria.

Lawyers everywhere doing the most ridiculious things.
And the funny thing is, the more lawyers around the more carefull you need to be.

do you really believe there is less lawyer work in UK? :D

Change of Title Deeds to enable Property to be marketed/sold

Posted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 10:28 pm
by mandy0070
Hi,

I have a property which has been agreed through the UK courts (from a divorce). However, i now find myself in a situation where I need to sell the properties and therefore need to transfer the title deeds into my name.

I am receiving all different types of advice and prices. Can anyone advise on a reptuable solicitor who will help in transferring these deeds and (hopefully) asssit in the sale!


Thanks

Posted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 3:41 pm
by scot47
If you are in or near Sofia you could do worse than consult the poster known as "Cabbage". Mr Zele is competent and approachable.