Cheval Legal Documentation

Please use the link below to view and download the Cheval Legal Client Care Pack.

The client care pack contains the following documents for you to review. Click Here to view and download the following documents:

  • Agreement to Proceed / Damages Based Agreement
  • Terms of Engagement
  • Letter of Authority
  • Form of Assignment
  • Declaration
  • Cancellation Form

Please retain the documents provided for your future reference, these documents explain Cheval Legal Ltd’s terms of agreement, their fees and cancellation policy. You can view Cheval Legal Ltd’s privacy policy here

If you proceed to make a claim with Cheval Legal Ltd, they will charge you a fee if your claim is successful.

The fee will be based on a percentage of the compensation recovered as a result of a successful claim, this will be 20% plus VAT for claims settled prior to legal proceedings and 40% plus VAT for claims settled after legal proceedings have been issued against your lender. Their fees and cancellation policy are explained within the above document. You have 14 days to cancel should you decide not to proceed. If you cancel after the 14 day cooling off period, you may be charged a cancellation fee. You don’t have to use Cheval Legal Ltd to make a claim, you can use a law firm of your choice or you can use another claims management company or you can contact the Financial Ombudsman Service for free advice. YCM will receive a fee from Cheval Legal Ltd for claims referred, this fee is not payable by you.

Cheval Legal Limited are a firm of solicitors specialising in financial mis-selling. Cheval Legal Limited are registered in England and Wales under registration number 12093338. Registered Office: Suite 103, 4 Montpelier Street, London, SW7 1EE. VAT Registration Number GB348571864. Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Number 667127) and subject to the Solicitors Code of Conduct at

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