This document is intended for use by township or association owned cemeteries that do not have perpetual care funds nor sell cemetery merchandise or services. This document is based on the premise that the cemetery owners do not sell land, but that they sell the right to be buried on a specific piece of land interment rights.
Bankruptcy petition - obtainable from the court or trustee in bankruptcy Certificate of discharge Please provide a current credit report no more than 1 month old.
This can be obtained through Experian or Equifax online. Please note that if the credit report shows debts other than that being disclosed, please provide further explanation.
Period of recognised training If you have either disclosed an issue before commencing any period of recognised training or have asked us to assess an issue before commencement of the Legal Practice Course LPC you are not eligible to commence a period of recognised training until we have determined that you satisfy the outcomes of the Suitability Test.
What you can expect from us Once we have all of the information we need, we will assign the application to one of our officers. Our officer looks at the application carefully, and then prepares a report recommending that it be approved or rejected. The officer sends their report to you and to the person you want to employ.
Both you and the person you want to employ can respond to the report before we make a decision.
Timescales We aim to decide about each application we receive within 90 days. Withdrawing an application You can withdraw your application at any time before we make a decision.
If you do not respond promptly to our requests or if our questions go unanswered, we can decide that you have withdrawn your application. Appeals You not the person you want to employ have the right to appeal our decision within 14 days of the date we notify you of the decision. Under section 41 3 of the Solicitors Actyou can appeal to the High Court if you are not satisfied with any appeal decision we take.
Publication We publish applications outcomes in line with our guidance on publishing regulatory and disciplinary decisions. Regulatory history This information should be submitted with all applications where you have disclosed any previous adverse regulatory conduct: A statement of events: Please provide a detailed sequence of events leading up to the issue s being disclosed, including any mitigating circumstances which are relevant.
Please note that section 7 of the Suitability Test asks for your attitude towards the events. Please provide two professional references from individuals who know you in a professional capacity who can attest to your good character.
These may be from employers or academic tutors who have directly supervised your work. If your references are not attached to your application then advise your referees to email their reference directly to: For those applying for eligibility to commence a period of recognised training email the pre-admissions team.
For those applying for admission email the admissions team. Please also ensure that your referees send their references on letter headed paper or from professional email accounts, wherever possible. The referees must confirm they are aware of the specific character and suitability issue s you have disclosed and identify these within the reference.
If you are a student currently studying, or if the issue occurred during your academic career, it is expected that one referee should be a tutor. If you are currently employed, or if the issue occurred whilst employed, it is expected that one referee must be an employer.
Please note referees must not be personal friends or family members. We may contact referees directly to authenticate the reference. Confirmation of no further issues: Please confirm that there are no further issues of which the SRA should be aware, other than the issue s you are disclosing.
Please provide any evidence of rehabilitation regarding the issue s disclosed.
Please note that the decision maker will require evidence of rehabilitation when considering the issue s disclosed. Confirmation of the outcome of the investigation: Please provide independent confirmation from your regulatory body of the outcome of any investigation, hearing or meeting in relation to the issue s you have disclosed.
Include any minutes from meetings or hearings regarding the issue. If you lodged an appeal as part of the process, please provide details of the initial decision, your appeal and the final outcome.
Sanctions that were imposed upon you: If any sanctions were imposed upon you, please provide evidence from the regulatory body to confirm them.
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