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An attorney may share office space and the expense of overhead with a representative of a life insurance company and his agent when the only apparent benefit that will accrue to the attorney is a reduction in the expense of overhead, when their businesses are not enmeshed, when the attorney has informed the representative that he cannot recommend him as an attorney, and when the attorney will not share in insurance commissions.

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