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Author Australian Law Reform Commission.

Title Client legal privilege and federal investigatory bodies : issues paper / Australian Law Reform Commission
Published Sydney : Australian Law Reform Commission, 2007
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 WATERFT LAW  KL 176 Aus/Apa  2007/33  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description 239 pages ; 25 cm
Series Issues paper / Australian Law Reform Commission ; no. 33
Issues paper (Australian Law Reform Commission) ; 33
Notes "April 2007"
"On 29 November 2006, the Attorney-General of Australia asked the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) to inquire into the application of legal professional privilege to the coercive information-gathering powers of Commonwealth bodies - such as the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Crime Commission, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and federal Royal Commissions ... The proliferation of bodies with coercive information-gathering powers presented a challenge to the common law doctrine of legal professional privilege."--p. 18
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Australia. Evidence Act 1995.
Privacy, Right of -- Australia.
Evidence (Law) -- Australia.
Governmental investigations -- Australia.
Privileges and immunities -- Australia.
Confidential communications -- Lawyers -- Australia.
ISBN 9780975821381