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14.—(1) Where the sum payable in respect of a person’s legal expenses—
(a)exceeds the total amount which has been released in respect of those expenses in accordance with Part 3, the trustee for civil recovery must pay the balance out of the sums referred to in section 280(1) of the 2002 Act or article 191(1) of the Order in Council;
(b)is less than the total amount which has been released in respect of those expenses in accordance with Part 3, the person to whose expenses the sum relates must repay the balance to the trustee.
(2) The trustee for civil recovery may only make a payment in respect of a person’s legal expenses to—
(a)the solicitor who is instructed to act for that person; or
(b)where appropriate, the solicitor who was so instructed when the legal expenses to which the sum relates were incurred.
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