In this part—
law practice means any of the following, within the meaning of the Legal Profession Act 2007, that has an office in Queensland—
(a)an Australian legal practitioner who is a sole practitioner but not a barrister under that Act;
(b)a law firm;
(c)an incorporated legal practice;
(d)a multi-disciplinary partnership.
(a)if the recognised entity is a law practice—a trust account kept by the practice under the Legal Profession Act 2007; or
(b)if the recognised entity is the public trustee—a common fund held by the public trustee under the Public Trustee Act 1978; or
(c)if the recognised entity is a real estate agent—a trust account kept by the agent under the Agents Financial Administration Act 2014.
public trustee means the public trustee under the Public Trustee Act 1978.
real estate agent means a real estate agent carrying on business as a real estate agent under the Property Occupations Act 2014.
(a)a law practice;
(b)the public trustee;
(c)a real estate agent.