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Should a form of client legal privilege be extended to clients of tax advisers other than lawyers?

Published on 01 Oct 07 by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Legal professional privilege is usually regarded as a rule of evidence. The underlying public policy of the doctrine is often overlooked. This article investigates whether a form of client legal privilege stemming from legal professional privilege should be extended to clients of tax advisers other than lawyers in Australia, following the New Zealand model.

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Eva Huang
Eva is a Policy Analyst for the Commonwealth Treasury. Current at 01 October 2007
 
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