20(1)Where the Tribunal makes any such order as is referred to in subsection (2A) of section 47 of the 1974 Act in the case of a solicitor who is [F1a manager]F1 or employee of a recognised body, the Tribunal may, if it thinks fit, order that any solicitor who is for the time being a [F2manager]F2 of that body shall be excluded (either permanently or for a specified period) from [F3providing representation funded by the Legal Services Commission as part of the Criminal Defence Service]F3.E+W
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