Published on 12 Sep 03
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Accountants are often being requested to become involved in the provision of professional and business advice and the creation of documents that may be of a legal nature and which impinge unlawfully upon areas that are properly the domain of legal practitioners.
This seminar paper provides guidance as to just how far accountants can go to ensure they are not illegally rendering legal advice and preparing documents that may only be prepared by legal practitioners.
Kelvin is a legal practitioner providing legal consulting services to professional firms and clients with a focus on working closely with executive management in the timely administration and resolution of all commercial legal issues. Current at 1 July 2004
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