Article 3. Lawyer-client Privilege - California Evidence Code Section 953
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953. As used in this article, "holder of the privilege" means:
(a) The client, if the client has no guardian or conservator.
(b) A guardian or conservator of the client, if the client has a
guardian or conservator.
(c) The personal representative of the client if the client is
dead, including a personal representative appointed pursuant to
Section 12252 of the Probate Code.
(d) A successor, assign, trustee in dissolution, or any similar
representative of a firm, association, organization, partnership,
business trust, corporation, or public entity that is no longer in
Last modified: February 16, 2015