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Robert Newey & Co is an English solicitor's practice. The principal of Robert Newey & Co is Robert Newey, who is a Solicitor and Chartered Tax Adviser.

The VAT number of Robert Newey & Co is GB 660 4478 31. Solicitors have professional indemnity insurance: the required details of our insurance are displayed at our office premises. Our services are provided by solicitors of England and Wales, who are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The Solicitors' Code of Conduct can be accessed at We have an internal complaints handling procedure: if it is not possible to resolve difficulties using that procedure the Legal Ombudsman ( may be able to assist.

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