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The Advice and Assistance (Financial Conditions) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Liability to pay fees or outlays under section 11(2) of the Act

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6.  Subject to regulation 7, the maximum amount of fees or outlays which a client is liable to pay under section 11(2) of the Act(1), where that client’s disposable income falls within a range specified in the first column of the following table, is the amount specified in relation to that range in the second column:–

Disposable income rangeMaximum contribution

1.  Exceeding £91 but not exceeding £98 a week

£7

2.  Exceeding £98 but not exceeding £105 a week

£14

3.  Exceeding £105 but not exceeding £112 a week

£21

4.  Exceeding £112 but not exceeding £119 a week

£28

5.  Exceeding £119 but not exceeding £126 a week

£35

6.  Exceeding £126 but not exceeding £133 a week

£42

7.  Exceeding £133 but not exceeding £140 a week

£49

8.  Exceeding £140 but not exceeding £147 a week

£56

9.  Exceeding £147 but not exceeding £154 a week

£63

10.  Exceeding £154 but not exceeding £161 a week

£70

11.  Exceeding £161 but not exceeding £168 a week

£77

12.  Exceeding £168 but not exceeding £175 a week

£84

13.  Exceeding £175 but not exceeding £182 a week

£91

14.  Exceeding £182 but not exceeding £189 a week

£98

15.  Exceeding £189 but not exceeding £196 a week

£105

16.  Exceeding £196 but not exceeding £203 a week

£112

17.  Exceeding £203 but not exceeding £210 a week

£119

18.  Exceeding £210 but not exceeding £215 a week

£124
(1)

The previous maximum amounts were specified in S.S.I. 2006/179, regulation 6.

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