Regina v Board of Inland Revenue, ex parte Goldberg: 1989

Photocopies of documents were sent to leading counsel. The Inland Revenue sought their production under s20.
Held: The copies had been produced for purposes attracting legal professional privilege, and were not discoverable to the Revenue even though the originals might have been.
[1989] QB 267
Taxes Management Act 1970 20
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedBrown and Another v Bennett and Others (No 3) ChD 17-Dec-2001
When a barrister was the subject of an application for a wasted costs order, it was proper to require him to disclose which non-privileged documents he had had sight of, provided that the request was not a way of trying to discover what was in . .

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Updated: 16 May 2021; Ref: scu.182888