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Notifying third parties of decisions

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Rule 20: Notifying third parties of decisions


The SRA may, if it considers it in the public interest to do so, publish and notify any persons of a decision concerning a body or an individual made under these rules, including but not limited to:


an authorised person of which the body or individual concerned is a current, past or prospective manager, employee or interest holder;


any approved regulator;


any statutory regulator;


the Legal Services Board;


the Legal Ombudsman;


the regulatory body for any profession of which the individual concerned is a member or which regulates the body concerned;


any law enforcement agency.