Insolvency Rules Committee Ministry Of Justice

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INSOLVENCY RULES COMMITTEE

Department

Ministry of Justice

Chair

His Honour Mr Justice Richards

Chief Executive

Dean Beale

Classification

Advisory NDPB

Contact Details

4 Abbey Orchard Street, London, SW1P 2HT
Phone: 0207 291 6744
Email: Policy.Unit@insolvency.gsi.gov.uk

WebSite: www.bis.gov.uk/insolvency

Overview

The Insolvency Rules Committee is appointed under section 413 of the Insolvency Act 1986 so that the Lord Chancellor may consult it before making any rules under section 411 (company insolvency rules) or section 412 (individual insolvency rules) of the Act. The Committee consists of members of the legal and accountancy professionals.

Established 1976 and re-constituted 1986. The Chair and members are unremunerated, although they can claim expenses. The Insolvency Service provides the Secretariat.

PB13 Entry FULL
PB Reform Retain
Regulatory Function No
Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)
Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration Civil Servant
Public Meetings No
Public Minutes No
Register of Interests No
Ombudsman
Last Annual Report
Last Review 2010
Audit Arrangements
OCPA Regulated Yes

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