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Lloyd's: Law and Practice




24.1 By “enforcement” is meant primarily the exercise of the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Council under s. 7 of Lloyd’s Act 1982.1 However, the Enforcement Byelaw (No. 6 of 2005) also provides for the conduct of inquiries and the production of skilled person reports,2 for the making of “intervention orders”3 (previously known as “administrative suspension”) and for the jurisdiction of the Lloyd’s Appeal Tribunal4 which, besides hearing appeals from disciplinary proceedings (“enforcement proceedings”) also hears appeals from certain administrative decisions5 of the Council (or its delegates) under the byelaws discussed in other chapters of this book.

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