West Vancouver mayor banned from practising law for 2 years

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West Vancouver Mayor Mark Sager has been suspended from practising law for two years after agreeing that he committed three instances of professional misconduct while handling a friend’s estate, says a Wednesday release from the Law Society of B.C. 

The society says Sager admitted to acting in a conflict of interest by failing to ensure his client had received independent legal advice over the arrangement. 

He also admitted to withdrawing $44,800 in executor’s fees and $26,790,81 in care and management fees from the estate funds before receiving approval to do so.

Sager further admitted that he failed to maintain proper records and did not make contact with four charities

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