*But the presiding ILSC Commissioner Justice Gihan Kalutunga refused to enact the '2016 Vosarogo Judgement' where Vosarogo was granted interim practising certificate but was not allowed to operate a TRUST ACCOUNT;
*Vosarogo was to take the monthly bank statements for his law firm Mamlakah Lawyers Trust Account to the Office of the Chief Registrar at the end of each month until further notice;
*Vosarogo was to operate or practice only as Barrister and would only receive payment upon issuance of an invoice, after the work had been done (Invoice for work done);
*And, Vosarogo was to work under the supervision of Simione Valenitabua (now managing the Fiji Rugby Union Board). Valenitabua was managing partner in the firm of Toganivalu & Valenitabua, operating out of Toorak, Suva, in 2016.
Vosarogo's twisted interpretation of the Constitution will allow disbarred lawyer Suresh Chandra to be next Attorney-General of Fiji
"Finally, it is submitted that he [Chandra] has co-operated with the CR [Chief Registrar] and he is still trying his best to sell a property to reduce the debt but states that he still needs to work in order to survive and to give restitution to his former clients. It is submitted that he be allowed to practice only as a Solicitor but not to maintain a Trust Account until further review as done in the case of Chief Registrar v Vilimone Vosarago ILSC No. 002 of 2016."