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Legal Services Act 2007

Section 21: Regulatory arrangements

101.This section defines the “regulatory arrangements” of bodies. These include the arrangements made for the body to authorise persons to carry on reserved legal activities, the body’s conduct rules, and disciplinary arrangements etc. The regulatory arrangements do not include arrangements which are made in connection with any role the body may have in representing or promoting the interests of persons regulated by it. This section also provides that regulatory arrangements include compensation and indemnification arrangements (and defines such arrangements).

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