A partner in a CQS-accredited firm has been fined £7,500 after accepting he had been ‘sloppy’ when carrying out a conveyance involving several investors, instructions by a third party, and several ‘dubious features’.
Ruling in SRA v Daniel Mun Kin Tang, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal made clear it did not suggest the transaction itself was dubious but that ‘it had a number of dubious features’ and that Tang ‘had not addressed his mind to the relevant questions’.
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