In an application for costs, Jayne Willetts, for the Solicitors Regulation Authority, applied for PS13,908.
What does SRA stand for?
SRA stands for Solicitors Regulation Authority (UK)
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We have 409 other meanings of SRA in our Acronym Attic
- Smelter Reduction Amount (Australia)
- Sociedad Rural Argentina
- Society for Reproductive Anachronisms
- Society for Risk Analysis
- Society of Research Administrators
- Software Radio Architecture
- Software Reliability Assessment
- Software Requirements Analysis
- Software Research Associates, Inc. (Japan)
- Soil Release Agent (detergents)
- Solidarité Résistance Antifa (French political organization)
- Solutions Rapides d'Analyse des Gaz et des Vapeurs (French: Quick Solutions for the Analysis of Gases and Vapors)
- Sonic Rush Adventure (video game)
- Source Routing Accelerator
- Source-Receiver Array
- Southeast Research Associates
- Southern Region Athletics (Sports Association of Tasmanian Independent Schools, Australia)
- Southern Rodeo Association
- Southwestern Rodeo Association (est. 1938)
- Spanish Radio Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, the Solicitors Regulation Authority has been accused of "destroying" the stricken law firm and throwing 250 employees out of work with "farcical" haste.
It is in light of a maximum fine of PS2,000 issued by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) for his role in wrongdoing at the now closed solicitors firm Rex Taylor and Meadows, West Kirby.
All solicitors in private practice must hold a certificate from the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the independent regulator (set up by the Law Society) which sets the rules that all solicitors must follow.
Our firm is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, thereby guaranteeing professionalism and a very high standard of service.
The pair will face nine allegations of professional misconduct before the Solicitors Regulation Authority later this year.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority is taking steps to stop the culprits and calling on local law firms to be vigilant.
Nick Woodhouse, a partner at Watson Woodhouse, said in a statement that the affair began when anonymous letters were sent to Cleveland Police and the Solicitors Regulation Authority in January 2008.