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5. If the solicitor acting for the person to whose legal expenses the exclusion relates becomes aware that—
(a)that person’s legal expenses in respect of any stage in civil recovery proceedings have exceeded or will exceed the maximum amount specified in the exclusion for that stage; or
(b)that person’s total legal expenses in respect of all the stages to which the exclusion relates have exceeded or will exceed the total amount that may be released pursuant to the exclusion,
the solicitor must give notice to the Director and the court as soon as reasonably practicable.
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