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Legal professional privilege Confidentiality Privileged communication Privilege Privacy Evidence
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Legal professional privilege Confidentiality Privileged communication Privilege Privacy Evidence
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• A witness may on a limited circumstance, refuse to give evidence on the basis of privilege. General Features In general, a claim of privilege: • is personal to the witness; • must be claimed in respect of each individual piece of evidence; and • may be waived. • A person claims privilege must apply to them. – you cannot claim privilege to protect the other person. • Person can object to give evidence under s18. (spouse / child/parent/) • Privilege is not a block to the evidence at all. – it is related to a certain evidence. • Because it is a personal to witness – the client has the right to waive it. ...
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