Complaints, Lawyer Discipline and Public Hearings

 

Citation issued: February 7, 2020

Narinder Pal Singh Kang

Citations are authorized by the Law Society of BC's Discipline Committee and list allegations against a lawyer that will be considered at a discipline hearing. Please note that allegations in a citation are unproven until a discipline hearing panel has determined their validity.

Nature of conduct to be inquired into:

1.  You committed acts resulting in a common law peace bond as set out in Schedule “A”.

This conduct constitutes conduct unbecoming the profession, pursuant to s. 38(4) of the Legal Profession Act.

2.  On or about August 16, 2019, you swore an affidavit filed at the Supreme Court of British Columbia Registry, which you knew or ought to have known contained false or misleading statements in relation to the circumstances surrounding the acts set out in Schedule “A”.

This conduct constitutes professional misconduct or conduct unbecoming the profession, pursuant to section 38(4) of the Legal Profession Act.

3.  On or about January 30, 2019, in correspondence to the Law Society of British Columbia, you made statements in relation to the circumstances surrounding the acts set out in Schedule “A”, when you knew or ought to have known that these statements were false or misleading.

This conduct constitutes professional misconduct, pursuant to section 38(4) of the Legal Profession Act.

4.  On or about April 3, 2019, in an interview with the Law Society, you made representations about the circumstances surrounding the acts set out in Schedule “A”, when you knew or ought to have known that these representations were false or misleading.

This conduct constitutes professional misconduct, pursuant to section 38(4) of the Legal Profession Act.

5.  On or about December 6, 2019, in an interview with the Law Society, you made representations in relation to the circumstances surrounding the acts set out in Schedule “A”, when you knew or ought to have known that these representations were false or misleading.

This conduct constitutes professional misconduct, pursuant to section 38(4) of the Legal Profession Act.