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Princemountain Transnational Services Inc.

Other names: Cheng, Li Xin; Cheng, Clint

On August 28, 2020, the Supreme Court of British Columbia issued a consent order prohibiting Li Xin Cheng, aka Clint Cheng and Princemountain Transnational Services Inc., of Richmond, BC from engaging in the unauthorized practice of law and from representing themselves as being lawyers, a law firm, a law corporation or any other title that connotes they are entitled to engage in the practice of law. The Law Society was also awarded costs in the amount of $1,870.33.

Related court document:

2020-08-28-Cheng_Princemountain.pdf


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