A1.814 Conclusion

This division summarises some of the main issues that a tax adviser should be aware of in relation to claims which might be brought against him, or indeed, in relation to potential claims which he might advise his client to pursue against his former advisers. It is important, given the complexity of the law, that if a claim is suspected, the tax adviser immediately seeks legal advice from a professional negligence specialist and considers reporting it to his professional indemnity insurers, as it is crucial that notification is given in time in accordance with the terms of the

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