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Leary v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1980) 32 ALR 221

This case considered the issue of solicitors and accountants getting together as entrepreneurs and promoting a tax minimisation scheme, and whether or not communications in the course of these dual duties is privileged.

 

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Leary v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1980) 32 ALR 221
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