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Care Standards Act 2000

Section 27  False statements in applications

101.This section makes it an offence for an applicant knowingly to make a false or misleading statement in applications to the registration authority. The penalty will be a fine of up to level 4 on the standard scale. The application forms will inform people of this offence, which should act as a strong incentive for people to complete their applications accurately.

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