Unauthorized Practitioner

Webb, Kent Stewart

On September 23, 2016, Madam Justice Bruce granted an injunction prohibiting Kent Stewart Webb, of Penticton, from engaging in the practice of law, from commencing, prosecuting or defending proceedings on behalf of others and from representing himself as a lawyer, counsel or in any other manner that connotes that he is capable or entitled to practise law. Webb drafted and filed letters, pleadings, an affidavit and an order stating that he was “counsel” and “lawyer” for parties to a criminal and a family proceeding. The court awarded the Law Society costs in the amount of $3,793.36.

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