1.5.4 It is your responsibility to identify and address conflicts of interest

If you think you have a real or perceived conflict of interest, you must identify and disclose it to the secretary of the DLC as soon as possible. You will always have the fullest knowledge of your own affairs, so will usually be in the best position to realise whether your participation in the DLC has a connection with another interest of yours that could result in actual or perceived bias.

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