volume 3, issue 2, P66-67 2007
DOI: 10.1177/174701610700300210
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Abstract: Appointing-authority indemnity In saying that REC members need not 'fear' legal action if they 'show good faith and (my emphasis) no wilful neglect', DH/COREC has abandoned its earlier opinion that 'the [appointing-authority indemnity] exclusions do not leave REC members exposed if they perform their duties in good faith' (my emphasis) [3]. The law and official advice What REC members must not neglect, of course, is the discharge of their legal obligations. But the DH/COREC letter argues that REC members are n…

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