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New South Wales Bar Association v Cummins (2001) 52 NSWLR 279

This case involved a barrister who had failed to lodge a tax return for 38 years.  The court examined the integrity required of a legal professional and needed to decide whether the failure to lodge tax returns was incompatible with the integrity required.

 

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