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Practitioners who act for multiple parties are often caught unaware by conflicts, which can be difficult to anticipate and arise before the danger becomes apparent. This leaves the practitioners exposed to allegations of breach of duty and the conduct rules, and preferring the interests of one client over another. In acting for more than one party, you create a minefield for yourself.

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