5 edition of Fit and proper persons found in the catalog.
Fit and proper persons
E. P. Hennock
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] E. P. Hennock.|
|Series||Studies in urban history,, 2|
|LC Classifications||JS3185 .H45 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 393 p.|
|Number of Pages||393|
|LC Control Number||72096448|
person well. 33 Once a person is recognised as being "fit and proper" the Law Societ y offers further training, for e xample on how t o run a trust account an d how such an account should be audited. This policy is intended to provide guidance on the matters that you should disclose to us, as well as the issues that we may consider in deciding whether a person is a fit and proper person to hold a practising certificate.
are subject to the Regulator’s Fit and Proper Test for Approved Persons. In addition, any Key Function Holders within the business, although they do not require pre-approval but only notification to the Regulator, they are subject to the same Fit and Proper Test as those senior management individuals that perform controlled functions. ii. 4. Registration Process – Fit and Proper Person Assessment In accordance with section 31 of the Act, a person may apply to the Teaching Council for registration. Applications for registration shall include evidence as to the applicant’s good character, insofar as it relates to the applicant being a fit and proper person to teach.
An important requirement for admission as an attorney or advocate is to be a 'fit and proper' person. Lawyers are also struck from the respective rolls of advocates or attorneys if they cease to. Where the books of a practice reflected a trust shortfall of R12 million and there was proof of touting, the Supreme Court of Appeal found that the court a quo had been correct in concluding that the appellants were not "fit and proper" persons to practise and that their names should be removed from the roll. 23 Touting is against the law, the.
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Fit and proper person means a person who is regarded as honest and trustworthy and whose professional qualifications, background and experience, financial position, or business interests do not disqualify that person in the judgment of the Appointing Authority or, with respect to Arti the Minister of Justice, provided, however, that no person shall be regarded as a fit and proper person.
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P Hennock (Author) › Visit Amazon's E. P Hennock Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search Cited by: Whether a person is fit and proper is determined through assessment of criteria prescribed in the Act.
That assessment must be made having regard to the degree and nature of the person's proposed involvement in the New Zealand civil aviation system. It is the condition of any aviation document that is granted that the person continues to be.
The concept of a ‘fit and proper’ person is a fundamental one in many professions, jurisdictions and organisations as it is used to determine a person’s honesty, integrity and reputation in order to confirm that they are fit and proper for the role they are undertaking.
There is, however, no single infallible test regarding what constitutes a ‘fit and proper’ person and in some. This article considers fit and proper requirements for directors in the UK, including the rules under the Company Directors Disqualification Actand the rules in the financial and health sectors.
It also provides an analysis of how companies should approach fit and proper persons tests, including an action list for employers on how to conduct the process.
The fit-and-proper-person test or director's test is a test aiming to prevent corrupt or untrustworthy people from serving on the board of certain organizations. First introduced in for owners and directors of major British football clubs, since November it also applies to the National Health Service in England for board members of NHS Trusts under the Health and Social Care Act is a fit and proper person.
If further such information is not provided, the applicant will be deemed to not be a fit and proper person. The Board may also take factors other than those contained in to above into consideration in determining if a person is fit and proper. The relevant person is expected to be competent, honest, to have integrity and to be of sound financial standing.
The guidelines cover: Definitions of 'relevant persons' and scope of application. Criteria for considering if a relevant person is fit and proper. The determination of a fit and proper person is done through a pre-admission screening process consisting of an interview, which usually takes only 15 minutes.
The main objective of the interview is to determine if the candidate is a fit and proper person for the profession; the assessor uses his or her discretion to decide this, and makes a. FIT 1: General Section Application and purpose 1 G G Release 53 Aug FIT 1/3 management function(see generally SUP 10Aand SUP 10Con approved persons), and may consider when assessing the continuing fitness and propriety ofapproved persons.
The table in FIT Gsummarises the situations to whichFITapplies. Guideline on Fit and Proper Person Criteria The objective of this Guideline is to set out a framework for assessing a person’s capacity to act as a fit and proper person and.
A broadcaster may only hold an Ofcom broadcasting licence if Ofcom is happy that the broadcaster is, and continues to be, a "fit and proper" person (section 3(3), Broadcasting Act ).There is little explicit guidance on what criteria Ofcom uses in deciding whether an organisation is fit and proper to broadcast in the UK.
CODE’s Practice Consultant Manager, Alex O’Neill, provides an interesting and informative webinar that outlines your obligations under the two new fit and proper persons. The 'fit and proper' person test previously only applied to credit licensees - but now it applies to AFS licensees as well.
The change is bigger than it looks Previously AFS licensees had a lower threshold test that a person be of 'good fame and character.'. ASIC’s new approach to administering the fit and proper person test As noted in our article of 28 Februaryunder recent changes to the Corporations Act, ASIC must satisfy itself that AFSL applicants pass a new “fit and proper person” test in relation to its officers and controllers (and officers of controllers where the controller is a company).
A look at the “Fit & Proper Person’s Test” and the myth thereof In the English Football League, the Premier League, the National League and the Scottish Premier League all introduced their own forms of the so-called “fit and proper persons test”, with the fundamental aim of protecting clubs from being ran by the wrong league has it’s own variant on the test.
Last month, we reported on the case of an year-old lawyer who was ‘struck off‘ after the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal declared he was “no longer a fit and proper person to engage in legal practice.” Between July and JanuaryBruce Hocking deducted legal fees from dividends that should have been directly passed onto his clients.
Establish a fit and proper policy, taking into account the fit and proper criteria stated in this Directive; b. Have documented the processes used to assess whether a person is fit and proper and reasons for any decisions made; and c. Make the documentation available to the Bank of Ghana upon an.
 T he respondent, in opposing the application, avers that in view of the objectives of the respondent as contained in Section 58 of the Attorneys Act, 53 of ("the Act"), "the respondent not only owes a duty to the public at large and the profession to ensure that persons who enter into the profession of fit and proper people, but also.
1 day ago Therefore, whether you are applying to add or remove an authorisation or simply applying to replace or remove a Key Person condition, you should be prepared to show that all relevant persons and entities meet the new fit and proper person requirements. Key take-outs. The fit and proper person amendments.
Fit and proper person requirements declaration.Citing both cases, Simon Pentol QC of 25 Bedford Row highlights the limitations & failings of the current Owners’ & Directors’ Test [ODT] that was originally created to ensure our clubs were owned and run by Fit and Proper Persons.
He proposes a 10 Point Plan of revisions that can achieve clarity whilst insulating clubs & their supporters.Fit and Proper Policy 1. The Fit and Proper Policy of an RSE licensee assists it in prudently managing the risk that responsible persons are not fit and proper.
It will form a part of the entity’s broader risk management framework. 2. the RSE licensee’s business operations.A Fit and Proper Policy may be .