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Refusal of legal advice / aid

Throughout this Part we have given guidelines as to when legal aid should be granted and/or refused. We now turn to the question of what the procedure is when a decision maker has either:

  • Formed an opinion that legal advice/aid should be refused, but that they do not have the authority to refuse it; or
  • Decided to refuse legal advice/aid