An application was made to the court to enforce disclosure of several documents over which legal professional privilege had been claimed. The respondent had redacted parts of documents as they either specifically, or by inference, contained the substance of advice provided by the legal department. The court agreed that the parts which specifically conveyed the legal advice were covered by privilege. However, those parts of the document from which the legal advice would be inferred would only be covered if the inference was “obvious and inevitable”, to the extent that the document in question was “in substance a statement of the advice”. The court emphasised that only the communications between lawyer and client are covered, whether or in original or summarised form. On the facts, the documents contained sufficient legal advice to attract privilege