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Dear Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal,

Please provide:

1. How many cases Paul Cannon in Manchester has investigated
2. How many cases Paul Cannon has recommended for disqualification
3. How many cases Paul Cannon has recommended not to go forward for disqualification
4. How many complaints have been made against Paul Cannon
5. How many complaints have been upheld against Paul Cannon

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Martin

Insolvency.EnquiryLine, Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal

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