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Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008

Section 67: Review

171.Section 67 places a duty on a Minister making an order under Part 3 of the Act conferring a power on a regulator to impose fixed monetary penalties or discretionary requirements, serve a stop notice or accept an enforcement undertaking, to conduct a post-implementation review of the order. The review must take place three years after the order was made and must consider whether the order has implemented its objectives efficiently and effectively.

172.In conducting such a review, the Minister must consult such persons, as he considers appropriate. The Minister must also publish the results of the review and lay a copy of the review before Parliament (or National Assembly for Wales if the review is conducted by Welsh Ministers).

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