37. Unless they have reasonable grounds for doing so, members may not cease or refuse to provide professional services to a client.
The following in particular constitute reasonable grounds:
(1) a loss of the client’s confidence;
(2) a personality conflict between the member and the client;
(3) an inducement by the client to perform acts that he or she knows to be illegal, improper or fraudulent; and
(4) a conflict of interest or any situation in which their professional independence might be called into question.