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A lawyer may serve as President of a bank and take an active management role in the bank as President and also sell insurance other than life insurance from an office within the bank, and may also maintain a separate and distinct office for the general practice of law in the same community but in a building separate from the bank's offices if (1) the banking and insurance businesses are conducted in such a manner that they do not feed legal business to the law office and if (2) he does not deal with customers at the bank or the insurance office on matters that have legal implications, or which would be considered legal services when performed by a lawyer and if (3) he is never identified as a lawyer in any advertising, announcements or cards related to the banking and insurance businesses.

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