33.Members must avoid any situation in which they would be in conflict of interest. Members are in conflict of interest when they use the professional relationship for other purposes and when the interests concerned are such that
(1) they might tend to favour certain interests over those of their client;
(2) their judgment and loyalty towards their client might be adversely affected; or
(3) they could gain personal benefit therefrom, whether direct or indirect, real or possible, to the detriment of the client.