39. Sharing premises

    1. Where a solicitor or law practice shares an office with any other entity or business engaged in another calling, and a client is receiving services concurrently from both the law practice and the other entity, the solicitor, or law practice (as the case requires) must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the client is clearly informed about the nature and the terms of the services being provided to the client by the law practice, including (if applicable) that the services provided by the other entity are not provided by the law practice.