Litigation Recent Decisions 02/05/95

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Litigation Disciplinary Tribunals 02/05/95

JOHN WYN PRYS WILLIAMS, admitted 1969, practised on own account as G Roger Prys & Co, Rhyl, suspended for three years and ordered to pay £2,455 costs. Allegations substantiated he improperly used client money for his own purposes, wrongly withdrew client account money, failed to keep account books properly or file accountant’s report on time. […]

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