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16 minutes ago, canuckfanatic said:

LSBC rules seems to allow a lawyer to give or accept undertakings using their assistant, but it has to be disclosed who it is that's signing and what capacity they're acting in, and the supervising lawyer has to be identified:


I've always looked at that rule as: why?

If it's my personal undertaking, I need to review it, know what's in it, and I'm bound by it. Why the hell wouldn't I just sign it. Seems to me like there's so much that can go wrong by doing it that way and there's so little to gain.

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