|| All ER (D) 123 (Feb)
||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court (London)
Blair J (judgment delivered extempore)
||The appellant appeared in person.
||Jonathan Goodwin (solicitor advocate) for the respondent.
||10 February 2011
Solicitor - Practising certificate - Imposition of conditions - Test to be applied - Respondent's adjudicator imposing conditions on appellant solicitor's practising certificate - Adjudicator not stating fully legal test to be applied in decision - Whether adjudicator erring - Whether conditions unreasonable.
Solicitor Practising certificate. The Administrative Court allowed in part the appellant solicitor's appeal against the imposition of conditions on his practising certificate, where the adjudicator who had decided to impose those conditions had not properly stated the correct legal test when reaching her conclusion.
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