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The Provision of Services Regulations 2009

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTORY

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.“Service”

    3. 3.“Competent authority”

    4. 4.Interpretation: general

    5. 5.General exclusions and savings

    6. 6.Relationship with other requirements

  3. PART 2 DUTIES OF SERVICE PROVIDERS

    1. CHAPTER 1 INFORMATION

      1. 7.Duty to make contact details available

      2. 8.Other information to be made available

      3. 9.Information to be supplied on request etc

      4. 10.Information about dispute resolution

      5. 11.General

    2. CHAPTER 2 COMPLAINTS

      1. 12.Complaints

  4. PART 3 DUTIES OF COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN RELATION TO PROVISION OF SERVICES IN UNITED KINGDOM

    1. Introductory

      1. 13.Application of this Part

    2. Authorisations

      1. 14.Authorisation schemes

      2. 15.Conditions for the granting of authorisation

      3. 16.Duration of authorisation

      4. 17.Selection from among several candidates

      5. 18.Authorisation schemes: general requirements

      6. 19.Authorisation procedures: time for dealing with application

      7. 20.Authorisation procedures: other requirements

    3. Requirements which are prohibited or subject to evaluation

      1. 21.Prohibited requirements

      2. 22.Requirements subject to evaluation

  5. PART 4 DUTIES OF COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN RELATION TO PROVIDERS OF SERVICES PROVIDED FROM ANOTHER EEA STATE

    1. 23.Application of this Part

    2. 24.Freedom to provide services

    3. 25.Derogations from the freedom to provide services

    4. 26.Derogation relating to the safety of a service

    5. 27.Procedure relating to derogation under regulation 26

    6. 28.Duty to notify Secretary of State of new requirements

  6. PART 5 RECIPIENTS OF SERVICES

    1. 29.Restrictions on use of service supplied by provider established in another EEA state

    2. 30.Requirements based on nationality or place of residence

  7. PART 6 OTHER DUTIES OF COMPETENT AUTHORITIES IN RELATION TO PROVIDERS AND RECIPIENTS

    1. 31.Certificates and other documents

    2. 32.Electronic procedures

    3. 33.Insurance

    4. 34.Commercial communications by regulated professions

    5. 35.Multi-disciplinary activities

  8. PART 7 PROVISION OF INFORMATION BY COMPETENT AUTHORITIES

    1. 36.Information to be provided to the Secretary of State

    2. 37.Information to be provided to providers and recipients on request

  9. PART 8 ELECTRONIC ASSISTANCE FACILITY

    1. 38.Duty to provide an electronic assistance facility

  10. PART 9 ADMINISTRATIVE CO-OPERATION BETWEEN EEA STATES

    1. 39.General obligations

    2. 40.Provision of information where provider established in UK

    3. 41.Provision of information where services provided in UK

    4. 42.Alert mechanism

    5. 43.Information relating to disciplinary action etc taken in relation to providers

    6. 44.Mutual assistance in the event of case-by-case derogations

  11. PART 10 SUPPLEMENTARY AND MISCELLANEOUS

    1. 45.Street trading

    2. 46.Disclosure of information under Employment Agencies Act 1973

    3. 47.Sex establishments

    4. 48.Enforcement

    5. 49.Licensing

  12. Signature

  13. Explanatory Note

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