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The Judicial Discipline (Prescribed Procedures) Regulations 2006

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Failure to comply with time limits

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6.  (1)  This regulation applies where any person who has been invited to make representations to a person exercising functions under these regulations or under rules made under these regulations has not complied with the relevant time limit for doing so.

(2) The person exercising the functions may—

(a)continue to deal with the case,

(b)treat representations made outside the relevant time limit as if they had not been made,

(c)complete any report,

(d)recommend the dismissal of the case or the ending of an investigation or a review, or

(e)where the regulations or rules made under them specifically permit, dismiss the case.

(3) But a review body may only recommend ending a review under paragraph 2(d) where the case was referred to it under regulation 29(1)(d).

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