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Rules of Practice 1994 (S.R. 1994, No. 229)
Requested:  22 Jul 2017
Consolidated as at:  17 Mar 2006

52. Report to Council

(1) A trust account inspector is to report to the Council if, in the course of examining a legal practitioner's accounting records and other relevant documents, the trust account inspector –

(a) finds those records to be in disorder at any time during the accounting period; or

(b) considers that there should be a closer examination of the records; or

(c) has reasonable grounds to suspect that –

(i) there is irregularity in the accounts; or

(ii) the legal practitioner has failed to keep the accounts in accordance with this Part.

(2) A trust account inspector may make any further examination necessary to complete a report if of the opinion that a legal practitioner has not complied with this Part.
(3) A further examination is not limited to the accounting records for the accounting period.

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