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honour

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favour

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Synonyms for privilege

a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all

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a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

bestow a privilege upon

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Despite this shortcoming, additional procedures exist to protect privileged communications obtained as part of a bulk data collection program.
It reviews cases in which waiver of the psychotherapist-patient privilege has been implied by such circumstances as disclosure of privileged communications to third parties, by prior testimony, and by the presence of third parties.
Privileged communication is a statute-provided concept, which is only an issue when there is a legal concern (e.
As stated earlier, exclusion of evidence is not the proper remedy for evidence derived from privileged communication.
Romano, which held that attorney work-product is a privileged communication, but did not expressly define the parameters of the privilege.
However, if a privileged communication existed between the accountant and the client, then the client could prevent a court or government agency, such as the IRS, from gaining access to the information through a summons or subpoena.
Basic Elements of Privileged Communication To properly understand the practitioner-client privilege, one must analyze the rules and limitations of the attorney-client privilege.
Even before we had electronic means, there were privileged communications.
Because of the nature of the CPA-client relationship, it's difficult to structure a tax advice relationship that will meet the standard for privileged communication.
37) Prior to filing its motion for in camera review, PCP filed a motion for sanctions, and attached to its motion the first batch and two additional arguably attorney-client privileged communications (the second batch), but with potential attorney-client communications redacted.
Notes for Editors The privileged communication channels that Aedgency offers in each market include:
Education law, privacy, informed consent, confidentiality, privileged communication, record keeping, and issues associated with specific roles are covered.
Similarly, the lawyer's or client's subsequent disclosure of a privileged communication to a third party can destroy the privilege not only with regard to the party to whom it is disclosed, but with regard to all other parties who may later demand production of it in another proceeding.
They reason that once a third party obtains a privileged communication, confidentiality is lost and cannot be restored.
Privileged communication in the counselor-client relationship.