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Legal professional privilege and the Commissioner's Guidelines for Accountants' working papers convention paper

Published on 10 Sep 04 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper addresses recent developments in LPP and the ATO's adminstrative guidelines on access to accountants' working papers, including:
- what is LPP and why is it relevant?
- what are the administrative guidelines and how do they differ from LPP?
- why is LPP important in a tax context?
- why aren't accountants privileged?
- can the guidelines be enforced?
- consideration of LPP and the guidelines in the context of real life examples.

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Caryn VAN PROCTOR

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John STOREY
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Paul Sokolowski CTA
Photo of author, Paul SOKOLOWSKI Paul is a Partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler and the Practice Leader of the firm’s taxation practice. He provides strategic and technical advice to a diverse range of Australian and international clients, including high net worth individuals, some of Australia’s largest family groups and public companies. Paul regularly acts in significant and complex audits, disputes and litigation. - Current at 30 August 2017
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