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Legal Services Act 2007

Section 100: Lists of disqualified persons

263.This section requires the Board to keep lists of persons who are disqualified under section 99 and whose disqualification remains in force. Section 100(3) provides that a disqualification will no longer be in force if the appropriate licensing authority determines that it should not be, whether after a review or otherwise. If a person was disqualified by a regulator that is no longer a licensing authority, a successor authority can decide that the disqualification is no longer in force (section 100(4)). Under section 100(5), the successor authority is either the licensing authority that currently licenses the body where the disqualified person was working, or (if that is impossible) another authority designated for the purpose by the Board on the disqualified person’s application. Section 100(6) requires the Board to publish the lists.

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