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Article by Keith M Gordon, barrister, chartered accountant and tax adviser. This article appeared in the February 2006 issue of Tax Adviser. The author considers the Court of Appeal's recent ruling in Agassi v Robinson (No 2) on the recoverability of costs when a barrister is instructed by a Chartered Tax Adviser who is not a solicitor.

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February 2006 by Keith M Gordon

 

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