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Set out in the Disclosure Notice is information that Emanate is required in accordance with the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld) (LPA) to disclose to the Client.
The enclosed Disclosure Notice describes the basis upon which Emanate proposes that the Client engage Emanate.
The Client should carefully read and ensure understanding of the Disclosure Notice before considering the terms of the Costs Agreement.
The Client should read the Costs Agreement carefully.
The following is a summary of the more important parts of the Costs Agreement:
All figures contained in the Disclosure Notice and Costs Agreement are exclusive of GST.
Emanate’s Offer to enter into a Costs Agreement may be accepted by the Client by any one (1) of the following ways:
Prior to acceptance, the Client has the right to negotiate the retainer terms detailed in the Disclosure Notice and Costs Agreement. Should the Client wish to discuss or clarify the terms of the Disclosure Notice and Costs Agreement would you please phone Barry Taylor.
Should the Client not accept Emanate’s Offer to enter into a Costs Agreement, would the Client please advise as soon as possible, so there is no liability between Emanate and the Client.
Should the Client accept the Offer to enter into a Costs Agreement in one of the ways which constitutes acceptance, the Client will be regarded as having entered into the Costs Agreement.
Whilst not essential, Emanate would appreciate the Client returning a signed copy of the Disclosure Notice and Costs Agreement as soon as possible.
Should, at any time, the Client feel Emanate has not met your expectations, would you please raise your concerns immediately with Barry Taylor.