Unauthorized Practitioner

Hall, James Douglas

On application of the Law Society, the BC Supreme Court has ordered that former lawyer James D. Hall, of Victoria, be prohibited from representing that he is a lawyer and also from appearing as counsel or advocate; preparing corporate documents, wills or estate documents, documents relating to real or personal estate or documents for use in a judicial or extra-judicial proceeding or a proceeding under a statute; negotiating for the settlement of a claim or demand for damages; giving legal advice; placing at another’s disposal the services of a lawyer; or representing that he is qualified or entitled to provide any of these services for a fee: March 20, 2006.

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