Apart from my previous query, not yet been given an answer, I also would like to make the court aware that the defendant is quite prepared to tell lies.
During our sort period of engagement with this client, we became aware that there was a problem.
The problem is now exposed, this client was a dentist, during our tenure or there about he did a number of things which the General Dental Council deemed significant and struck him of the list, apart form doing the patent an injury, he also made or had others make a false insurance claim, one of our problems so far is his honesty in particular he states that he has paid monies, which he has not, and refuses to divulge the evidence he says he has to prove his allegation, our record show no payment made.
How can I make the court aware of this persons propensity to tell lies at each and every opportunity, where he sees a potential benefit.
Also, although this person appears or appeared wealthy at the time we were working with him, now with no employment, he is not allowed to conduct business as a dentist or to manage one, how can we make sure we can get paid at the conclusion of matters?