Legislation

Section 31 – Urgent procedure for suspension, variation etc

Introduction

This section permits the CQC to avoid the usual rule that adverse regulatory decisions do not take effect until the time for appealing has expired or any appeal is determined. The decisions in question are: decisions to vary, remove or add a condition and decisions to suspend registration or extend a period of suspension (subsection […]

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