Allen Philip Elliott v The Financial Services Authority: FIN/2004/0001

Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Judge Brice and Member Burdon on 28 July 2005.

Read the full decision in Allen Philip Elliott v The Financial Services Authority: FIN/2004/0001.

PRELIMINARY ISSUE – Applicant prohibited from performing any function in relation to regulated activities because it appeared to the Authority that he was not a fit and proper person – Applicant had been found guilty of conduct unbefitting a solicitor by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal who ordered that he be struck off the Roll of Solicitors – whether the findings of that Tribunal could be relied upon by the Authority in this reference without the need to re-prove each and every allegation – yes – preliminary issue determined in favour of the Authority – Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 s 56.

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