A Lesson For Board Members


A couple of months ago we reported that the Law Society of Upper Canada had refused to grant a licence to practice law to an applicant, after having determined that the applicant was not of good character. This determination was made on the basis of the applicant's behaviour while a board member of a condominium corporation. As reported in the Toronto Star, the applicant's appeal of the decision was recently dismissed.

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