11For section 11 (fee payable on issue of practising certificate) substitute—E+W
“11Fee payable on issue of practising certificates
(1)Before a practising certificate is issued, there must be paid to the Society in respect of the certificate a fee of such amount as the Society may from time to time determine.
(2)Different fees may be specified for different categories of applicant and in respect of different circumstances.
(3)Subsection (4) applies where a solicitor makes an application for a practising certificate if—
(a)the solicitor has failed to deliver an accountant's report required by rules under section 34(1) by such time or in such circumstances as may be prescribed by those rules, and
(b)a practising certificate has not been issued by the Society to the solicitor since the Society became aware of the failure.
(4)Where this subsection applies, the solicitor's application must be accompanied by an additional fee of such amount as the Society from time to time determines.”
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