Private Privilege

Private Privilege. “Every client is entitled to feel safe when making disclosures to his solicitor or counsel, and there are cases establishing firmly that counsel cannot be called to give any evidence which would infringe the client’s privilege of secrecy” that was the decision of the court as rationalized by Holden J. in the case… Continue reading Private Privilege

State Privilege

Introduction: State Privilege Affairs of state: Affairs of states relating to unpublished official records, official communications made by public officers and matters, the disclosure of which will be injurious to public interest are privilege. See S. 190, 191 and 243 of Evidence Act. Judicial Officers: Section 188 of the Evidence Act 2011, no justice can… Continue reading State Privilege