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Deregulation Act 2015

Schedule 19: CLC practitioner services: consequential amendments

816.This Schedule makes amendments to the Administration of Justice Act 1985, the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 and the Legal Services Act 2007 that are consequential on the creation of CLC practitioner services bodies and licensed CLC practitioners by sections 86 and 87. Paragraph 13(6) inserts paragraph 6A into Schedule 8 to the CLSA 1990. Paragraph 6A requires the CLC to establish a register of licensed CLC practitioners. Paragraph 6A is in like terms to section 19 of the AJA 1985, which requires the CLC to keep a register of licensed conveyancers. Paragraph 6A includes the possibility of including in the register information on disciplinary measures taken.

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