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Wardell v New South Wales Bar Association (2002) 50 ATR 302; [2002] NSWSC 548

This case considered the issue of fit and proper person in relation to bankruptcy and whether or not a barrister who became a bankrupt and who failed to pay his tax debts over a long period of time was a fit and proper person to hold a practising certificate.

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Wardell v New South Wales Bar Association (2002) 50 ATR 302; [2002] NSWSC 548
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