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Part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006: exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

12 October 2006

Exemptions from the requirement of authorisation

The activities of Browne Jacobson and many of its clients have the potential to fall within the ambit of Part 2 of the Compensation Act 2006 and associated secondary legislation. It is the Order to which this consultation relates which will prevent, for example, solicitors and insurers from requiring authorisation in order to carry out their day to day activities.

Other of Browne Jacobsons clients also have the potential to be affected by this legislation and we make submissions in respect of their position below.

Browne Jacobson submitted a response to the Department of Constitutional Affairs previous consultation CP(L)12/06 in respect of the Scope Order, Regulations and Rules.

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