Hawkes Bay Standards Committee v M

CourtLawyers and Conveyancers’ Disciplinary Tribunal
Neutral Citation[2013] NZLCDT 1
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4 cases
  • M v Hawke's Bay Standards Committee
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 30 August 2013
    ...That would mean the Appellant could succeed only if he were able to establish that the Tribunal 1 Hawkes Bay Standards Committee v M [2013] NZLCDT 1. Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006, s May v May (1982) 1 NZFLR 165 (CA). 2 made an error of law, took into account irrelevant considerations, ......
  • M v Hawke's Bay Standards Committee CA850/2013
    • New Zealand
    • Court of Appeal
    • 28 February 2013
    ...This was accompanied by an affidavit in support, and an application for a fee waiver. The 1 2 3 4 5 Hawke’s Bay Standards Committee v M [2013] NZLCDT 1 at [3] [Tribunal decision]. applicant faces a charge of misconduct laid by the Hawke’s Bay Standards Committee. M v Hawke’s Bay Standards C......
  • M v Hawke's Bay Standards Committee
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 29 November 2013
    ...decline leave, for the reasons given below. 1 M v Hawke's Bay Standards Committee [2013] NZHC 2219. Hawkes Bay Standards Committee v M [2013] NZLCDT 1. 3 Submissions on [Applicant’s] Application for Leave to Appeal on Certain Questions of Law to Court of Appeal dated 30 October 2013; and Re......
  • Orlov v The National Standards Committee 1 and The Auckland Standards Commitee 1
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 6 August 2013
    ...NZHC 798. At [14]. Malfanti v The Legal Professional Disciplinary Tribunal (1993) 4 LPDR 17 (NSWCA). Hawke’s Bay Standards Committee v M [2013] NZLCDT 1 Hawke’s Bay Standards Committee that it had no power to strike out or charges at a pre-hearing stage. The Tribunal rejected this argument,......