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Sevic v Roarty (1998) 44 NSWLR 287

This case considered the issue of legal professional privilege and whether or not there existed an implied waiver of legal professional privilege for documents that were provided to an expert to formulate their expert opinion to be used in court, when this expert opinion was filed to the court under a compulsion of law.

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