Life Imitating Art

Regular training delegates will know I often slip into the language of the past. I sometimes say “Green Form” for Legal Help for instance – it’s a failing of age. The most common example is referring to the LAA as the LSC. I usually catch myself and correct it, often with the observation that I am now likely to be issued with a Contract Notice as a result. This is of course a joke, a feeble one perhaps, but an attempt at humour nonetheless. Nobody at the LAA could seriously be concerned about such an issue, could they?

This morning a client informs me that she has recently been “told off” for saying “franchise” during a recent audit. It would seem that my advice has, once again, proved strangely prophetic.

She did not receive a Contract Notice this time but has been warned as to her future conduct. (This too is a joke)

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