Restriction on proceedings for breach of Part 4, Chapter 2E+W+S
[F1F212(1)Except as provided by [F3Chapter 2 of Part 4], no civil or criminal proceedings may be brought against any person in respect of an act merely because the act is unlawful under [F4that Chapter].
(2)Sub-paragraph (1) does not prevent the making of an application for judicial review.]
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