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Farrington v Rowe McBride and Partners [1985] 1 NZLR 83

This case considered the issue of fiduciary duties and whether or not a firm of solicitors had breached its fiduciary duty to one of its clients when it advised the client to invest some money with a property group and failed to disclose its close involvement with the group.

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Farrington v Rowe McBride and Partners [1985] 1 NZLR 83
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