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 Tribunal 4 which, besides hearing appeals from disciplinary proceedings (“enforcement proceedings”) also hears appeals from certain administrative decisions 5 of the Council (or its delegates) under the byelaws discussed in other chapters of this book.
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