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These Regulations amend the Legal Aid (Prescribed Panels) Regulations 1999 so as to designate the Family Franchise Panel and the Immigration Franchise Panel as prescribed panels for the purposes of section 32(7) of the Legal Aid Act 1988. They provide that an assisted person’s right to select an authorised litigator for the purposes of assistance by way of representation or representation in relation to family proceedings, and for the purposes of representation in relation to immigration proceedings, is limited to members of the respective panels.
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