SRA Handbook

Notifying third parties of decisions

Version 19 of the Handbook was published on 1 October 2017. For more information, please click "History" above.

Regulation 16: Notifying third parties of decisions

16.1

The SRA may, if it considers it in the public interest to do so, notify any or all of the following persons of a decision made under these regulations:

(a)

a recognised body, licensed body or an authorised non-SRA firm of which the solicitor, REL or RFL concerned is a manager, or in which he or she has any interest;

(b)

a recognised sole practice, recognised body, licensed body or authorised non-SRA firm of which the solicitor, REL or RFL concerned is an employee;

(c)

any approved regulator;

(d)

the Legal Services Board;

(e)

the Legal Ombudsman;

(f)

the regulatory body for any profession of which the solicitor, REL or RFL concerned is a member;

(g)

any law enforcement agency.

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