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Natalie (talk|edits) said:

September 30, 2010
There have been plenty of discussions here about releasing tax returns, work papers and client documents. I was researching Hawaii's new firm permit requirements and came across this:


A copy of the licensee's working papers, to the extent that the working papers include records which would ordinarily constitute part of the client's books and records and are not otherwise available to the client, provided that a licensee may require that any fees due and owing from the client to the licensee for the licensee's services, where the client has agreed in advance to pay 71-28 ยง16-71-64 such fees, be paid before a copy of the licensee's working papers is provided to the client.


It came from the administrative rules, which basically further explain what is required by law.

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