EGCC consultation:Consumer Guarantees Act Indemnity Disputes
EGCC consultation - Consumer Guarantees Act Indemnity
Disputes - closes 4 April
The EGCC Board is consulting
on proposed amendments to the Scheme document.
amendments would allow the Commissioner to consider
Indemnity Disputes under the Consumer Guarantees Act.
consultation period is from 24 March to 4 April 2014.
consultation document, a marked-up version of the Scheme
document, and the preferred form for submissions is on the
current consultation page of the EGCC
It is expected any changes to the Scheme document
will take effect from 17 June
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