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Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

Section 66: Abolition of Adjudicator

350.The Secretary of State may by regulations abolish the Adjudicator. The Secretary of State may do so if a review by the Secretary of State (under section 65) finds that the Adjudicator has not been sufficiently effective in enforcing the Pubs Code or that there is no longer a need for the Adjudicator to enforce the Code, or if the Code itself is revoked.

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