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accountant privilege

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  • accountant privilege — Protection afforded to client from disclosure by accountant of materials submitted to or prepared by accountant …   Black's law dictionary

  • Accountant-client privilege — is a confidentiality privilege, or more precisely, a group of privileges, available in American federal and state law. Accountant client privileges may be classified in two categories: evidentiary privileges and non evidentiary privileges.An… …   Wikipedia

  • Accountant — Occupation Names Accountant qualified accountant professional accountant chartered accountant Activity sectors business Description …   Wikipedia

  • accountant-client privilege — >> privilege. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • Privilege (evidence) — Under common law, privilege is a term describing a number of rules excluding evidence that would be adverse to a fundamental principle or relationship if it were disclosed. [Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary] The most common form… …   Wikipedia

  • Attorney-client privilege — is a legal concept that protects communications between a client and his or her attorney and keeps those communications confidential. The policy underlying this privilege is that of encouraging open and honest communication between clients and… …   Wikipedia

  • Certified Public Accountant — Not to be confused with Certified Accountant. Not to be confused with Certified Practising Accountant. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Type Qualified accountants Industry Accounting and Finance Founded United States Headquarters United States …   Wikipedia

  • Legal professional privilege (Australia) — This article is about an Australian legal term. For the Commonwealth equivalent, see solicitor client privilege; and for the United States, see Attorney client privilege. Legal professional privilege in Australia, also referred to as client legal …   Wikipedia

  • Legal professional privilege (England & Wales) — In England and Wales, the principle of legal professional privilege has long been recognised by the common law. It is seen as a fundamental principle of justice, and grants a protection from disclosing evidence. It is a right that attaches to the …   Wikipedia

  • Legal professional privilege (Common Law) — This article is a general survey of a Common Law legal term. For a general description of the concept under US law, see Attorney client privilege. For legal professional privilege in England Wales, see legal professional privilege (England Wales) …   Wikipedia

  • Subpoena duces tecum — A subpoena duces tecum (or subpoena for production of evidence) is a court summons ordering a named party to appear before the court and produce documents or other tangible evidence for use at a hearing or trial. The summons is known by various… …   Wikipedia

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