It is not believed that Andrew has any qualifications in law.
In 2017, Andrew Gartrell of Orange lodged a complaint about the professional conduct of Andrew Saunders. The complaint had a number of aspects and concerned town planning advisory work carried out for the subdivision of Sunnyside, a small acreage on the outskirts of Orange and subsequent valuation works.
Appeal against Sanctions
Qualifications in law?
It is noted in the sanctions report that Andrew Saunders effectively admitted he provided what amounts to legal advice to Andrew Gartrell. Andrew Saunders, it is believed, only has qualifications as a valuer and town planner (and not in law).
Below is an extract of the sanctions report containing the admission:
One of our related companies has bought legal proceedings against Saunders & Staniforth in the NSW District Court, alleging professional negligence.
Another associated party – Busifund – Legal Services Capital Trust – is accepting investments with an opportunity to share in the fruits of litigation against Saunders & Staniforth. The fund, Busifund – Legal Services Capital Trust presently (as at December 2020) has an information memorandum in the market and is accepting investments from sophisticated and wholesale investors only (e.g. superfunds and others complying with the definition of sophisticated and wholesale investors).
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