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Quiney, Harriet
February 2014
Money Marketing;2/20/2014, p30
The author conveys his concerns about a judgment handed down by the Court of Appeal in Great Britain in February 2014 in the case of Clark & Clark vs. In Focus, which held that it is impossible to collect an award from the Financial Ombudsman Service and then litigate the same matter in court.


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