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/ *9.      Write a SQL query to retrieve loan number, customer first name, customer last name,
 property address, and bankruptcy attorney name.  I want all the records that have the
 same attorney name to be together, then the customer last name in order from Z-A
 (ex.Customer last name of Wyatt comes before customer last name of Anderson)*/

 Select  LoanNumber,CustomerFname,CustomerLname,Propertyaddress,BankruptcyAttorneyName
 From Loan
 Group BY BankruptcyAttorneyName,LoanNumber,CustomerFname,CustomerLname,Propertyaddress
Order by
LTrim(Reverse(Left(Reverse(CustomerLname), CharIndex(' ', Reverse(CustomerLname))))) Desc,
CustomerLname Desc -- Fall-over for when there isn't a last name

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