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Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008

Section 12: Relationship with other regulators

42.Section 12 requires LBRO and five named regulators to enter into memoranda of understanding with each other as a basis for co-operation and co-ordinating their work together. Subsection (2) lists the regulators with whom LBRO must enter into a memorandum of understanding, namely: the Environment Agency, the Food Standards Agency, the Gambling Commission, the Health and Safety Executive, and the Office of Fair Trading. It is deemed particularly important that LBRO enter into memoranda of understanding with these five regulators as they all have functions that overlap with areas in which LBRO has functions.

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