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2018 Practising Fee applications

Applications submitted by approved regulators for the approval of the level of the practising fee in 2018.

Applicable approved regulator and regulatory board Link to application Links to Supporting Documents Date of Submission Summary assessment tool against the Practising Fee Rules 2016 and criteria for approval LSB decision letter
Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg) Application   10 October 2018    
Costs Lawyers Standards Board Application Consultation

Abbreviated Accounts

Copy of Budget

11 September 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Chief Executive of the LSB to the Chief Executive of the CLSB
CILEx Regulation Application   23 August 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Policy Director (interim) of the LSB to CILEx Regulation
Master of Faculties Application   21 August 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Chief Executive of the LSB to the Registrar of the Faculty Office
Council for Licensed Conveyancers Application   3 August 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Chief Executive of the LSB to the Chief Executive of the CLC
Solicitors Regulation Authority Application   19 July 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Chief Executive of the LSB to the Chief Executive of SRA
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Application   13 February 2018 Summary assessment against criteria for practising fee application Decision letter from the Chief Executive of the LSB to the Chief Executive of the ACCA