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Constitutional Reform Act 2005

Section 100: Complaints to the Commission or the Lord Chancellor

309.Section 100 requires the Commission and the Lord Chancellor to make arrangements for handling the complaints made to them. It will not, however, be mandatory for either of them to investigate a complaint that is made more than 28 days after the matter complained of. Complainants will need to make a complaint under this section before they can complain to the Ombudsman about maladministration in making an appointment.

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