Tuesday, June 3, 2014


Re: REINSTATEMENT AS A LAWYER IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Nicholas N Chin nnchin09@tpg.com.au via hotmail.com 1 May to Deb, me Dear Ms. McDonald: If the Legal Practice Board appreciates that I have been hard done by the false charges that I have been subjected to and the wrongdoings perpetrated upon me by the falsehood of the Thies and Taylor case, it should set me free and reinstate me. That is the reason for my apology to Justice Curthoys as president of the SAT WA in VR 10 and 11 of 2014 on 10.4.2014. If that is not the case, then let the miscarriage perpetuate itself. Cheers NICHOLAS N CHIN. Sent from Windows Mail From: Deb MacDonald Sent: ‎Monday‎, ‎28‎ ‎April‎ ‎2014 ‎10‎:‎12 To: 'Nicholas N Chin' Dear Mr Chin I refer to your email below dated 18 April 2014. A person who has been struck off the role may apply for readmission under s.25 of the Legal Profession Act 2008 (Act). The application process is identical to that followed by a first time admittee. Further information about the formal process of applying for admission is published on the Board’s website: http://admittance.lpbwa.org.au/Formal-Admission-Process. I note however that you have only recently been formally struck off the Supreme Court roll, i.e. on 17 January 2013. Please be aware that it would be highly unlikely that a person would be found to be fit and proper to be readmitted so soon after being struck off. Before lodging an application to be readmitted, I suggest that you carefully read the Disclosure Guidelines in the Application Notes: http://admittance.lpbwa.org.au/files/files/118_ADMISSION_APPLICATION_NOTES.pdf. You might also refer to Court Judgments regarding applications for readmission., e.g. [2008] WASC 269 and [2012] WASC 79 published on the Supreme Court website. Regards Deb MacDonald Admissions & Registrations Coordinator Legal Practice Board of WA 5th Floor, Kings Building, 533 Hay Street, PERTH WA 6000 Ph: 08 6211 3600 - Fax: 08 9325 2743 email: general@lpbwa.com web: www.lpbwa.org.au ****** This email may contain information that is private and personal and/or otherwise confidential, intended only for use of individual(s) or addresses listed. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, any use, disclosure or copying of any part of the information is unauthorised. If you have received this email in error, please notify us by return email and delete it (including any attachments) immediately from your system. The Legal Practice Board of Western Australia will not be liable for any damage caused by this email or its attachments due to viruses, interference, interception, corruption or unauthorised access. We do not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message. Any statements contained herein that do not relate to the official business of the Legal Practice Board are neither given nor endorsed by the Legal Practice Board and are those of the individual, not the Legal Practice Board. From: nnchin1@gmail.com [mailto:nnchin1@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Nicholas N Chin Sent: Friday, 18 April 2014 7:50 PM To: Legal Practice Board of Western Australia; LPCC Subject: REINSTATEMENT AS A LAWYER IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA The Secretary and Chairperson of the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia The Complaints Officer and the Chairperson of the Legal Profession Complaints Committee of Western Australia Dear Sirs I refer to the above matter and would like to humbly state that I have come to the end of the road of my fight for justice as I understand it to be and it is illusory. I have settled my feuds with both my learned friends Mr. Taylor and Mr. Thies. The condition for settlement with my learned friend Mr. Thies and Mr. Taylor, foremost in my mind before His Honour Justice Cuthoys, the President of SAT is my reinstatement as a barrister and solicitor in Western Australia. I humbly say that that I have now learnt my lesson as a legal professional and plead for forgiveness of all my previous transgressions, knowingly or unknowingly. I am now more reasoned to serve the society in WA and please let me have a chance to continue with my chosen profession till my dying days. I hope all of you in your honourable positions do empathize with me. Please find my email communications with the Associate of His Honour Justice Curthoys to this effect. Also find attached my written submission to His Honour regarding my honest beliefs of my plight and fight for the travesty of injustice that happens to me that is solely caused by the two harrowing events of VR 10 of 2014 and VR 11 of 2014 concerning the travesty of injustice to my former client the late Nancy Cloonan Hall and my son Paul. The other event concerns my former client Dr. Kheng Su Chan and my transgression with my learned friend Mr. Pino Monaco is already compromised through the CACV 43 of 2007 Consent Judgment of the former Justice Steytler on 26.9.2007, which somehow went astray. My written submissions as attached before Justice Curthoys says it all. Hope to hear from you soon. Cheers NICHOLAS N CHIN From: Kathryn.Salisbury@justice.wa.gov.au Sent: ‎Monday‎, ‎14‎ ‎April‎ ‎2014 ‎09‎:‎14 To: nnchin09@tpg.com.au Dear Mr Chin, Any application for reinstatement will need to be made through the Legal Practice Board. Regards Kathryn Kathryn Salisbury. Associate to the President, His Hon Justice Curthoys State Administrative Tribunal. Court and Tribunal Services. Department of the Attorney General 12 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6000 T (08) 9219 3101 F (08) 9325 5099 Email: kathryn.salisbury@justice.wa.gov.au Sent by: Nicholas N Chin To wrote: Dear Mr Chin, If you would like to receive a copy of your proceedings you need to fill in a form. The form is located on the SAT website under the tab Practice Notes, Forms and Pamphlets. The Request for Transcript forms can be then located. Please fill in the form and then email the form to the email address on the bottom of the form. Please note that an Audio transcript (on a CD) is free, however if you require a PDF or hard copy of the transcript there will be a fee. Regards Kathryn Kathryn Salisbury. Associate to the President, His Hon Justice Curthoys State Administrative Tribunal. Court and Tribunal Services. Department of the Attorney General Nicholas N Chin 6 May to Deb Dear Ms. MacDonald: It may interests you to know about what the State of California is doing to correct the injustice done to a Chinese Law for Chinese Law Bigotry some 124 years ago. You may read the post at the site: http://justgroundsonline.com/forum/topic/listForContributor?user=2kb4af2y65b7j Cheers


  1. That Chinese Bigotry happened in the State of California in the USA some 124 years ago and they only recently realized their mistake. This Chinese Bigotry in WA is repeating itself in Australia. Only the Almighty Creator makes NO MISTAKES. All His delegates on earth makes deliberate mistakes and refuse to correct them?

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