Holder v The Law Society: CA 24 Jan 2003

The solicitor had sought an order to have set aside the Society’s intervention in his legal practice. His claim had been dismissed after considerable delay, but re-instated on appeal. The Society now appealed against the re-instatement. There had been default’s on his client account.
Held: The Society’s appeal succeeded.
Aldous, Carnwath LJJ, Sir Christopher Staunton
[2003] EWCA Civ 39, [2003] 1 WLR 1059
Bailii
England and Wales
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See AlsoHolder v The Law Society Admn 26-Jul-2005
The applicant challenged the independence of the respondent’s disciplinary tribunal.
Held: The claim failed: ‘the nature of the Tribunal is entirely adequately independent and impartial for the purposes for which it is constituted. The . .

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