If a barrister is not authorised to conduct litigation, they should not file proceedings on your behalf with the court or file other applications, or take other formal steps in court or other proceedings.
If the barrister has not been authorised to conduct litigation, you will have to send the documents to the court, although the barrister could help prepare them for you.
A barrister is not allowed to handle clients’ money (by comparison, solicitors can hold client money in the firm’s client account).
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