|CookieConsent||https://www.clc-uk.org/||Stores the user's cookie consent state for the current domain||1 Year||HTTP|
|_ga||https://www.clc-uk.org/||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||1 Year||HTTP|
|_gat||https://www.clc-uk.org/||Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate||Session||HTTP|
|_gid||https://www.clc-uk.org/||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||Session||HTTP|
|collect||google-analytics.com||Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor's device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.||Session||Pixel|
|GPS||youtube.com||Registers a unique ID on mobile devices to enable tracking based on geographical GPS location.||Session||HTTP|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||youtube.com||Tries to estimate the users' bandwidth on pages with integrated YouTube videos.||1 Year||HTTP|
|YSC||youtube.com||Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen.||Session||HTTP|
A CLC practice needs to take active steps to ensure all client monies are properly paid to the rightful recipient at the conclusion of a matter. After 12 months, any monies remaining on the client ledger are treated as 'aged balances'.
CLC practices can determine whether any balances not exceeding £50 should be transferred to the office account, paid to a charity or to the CLC's Compensation Fund. Practices must report to us what they have done and seek permission where the balance exceeds £50.
Rather than deal with aged balances, best practice is to stop them arising in the first place.
The use of suspense accounts should be avoided as the money sitting in them can otherwise be forgotten about and it becomes harder to trace the origin of the money as time goes on.