“70. An attorney-at-law shall not retain money he received for his client longer than is absolutely necessary.
74. In the performance of his duties an attorney-at-law shall not act with inexcusable delay, negligence or neglect.
87. In pecuniary matters an attorney-at-law shall be most punctual and diligent, he shall never mingle funds of others with his own and he shall at all times be able to refund money he holds for others.
90(1) Breach by an attorney-at-law of any Rules contained in this Part shall constitute professional misconduct and an attorney-at-law who commits such a breach shall be liable to any one of the penalties which the Disciplinary Committee recommends and which the Court of Appeal is empowered to impose.”