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Altogether three layers of material were so placed and tamped and then a shovelful of sand and cement mixture was spread over the top to permit an even "strike-off."
Print Labour conference: Call to strike-off errant reporters Journalists guilty of gross malpractice should be "struck off", shadow culture secretary Ivan Lewis has said.
The Law Society sought the strike-off orders after the pair admitted some 50 charges of misconduct to a solicitors disciplinary tribunal.
Two silken heavy hitters, Tim Game, SC, and Bret Walker, SC, called the meeting, apparently intending to demand the barrister's head in an immediate strike-off motion.
It sets up a disciplinary body which can strike-off rogue agents, and provides for consumer redress, including compensation of up to $100,000.