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Relevant published and authoritative guidance not having direct legal effect.
 
Relevant published and authoritative guidance not having direct legal effect.
  
Codes of practice are not statements of law and there is no direct penalty for failing to comply with them, but courts and tribunals must take any relevant codes of practice into account.
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Codes of practice are not statements of law and there is no direct penalty for failing to comply with them, but courts and tribunals will take any relevant codes of practice into account when making legal decisions.
  
 
Sometimes known as codes of conduct.
 
Sometimes known as codes of conduct.
  
  
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2. ''Pensions''.
  
A Code of Practice is a document issued by the UK Pensions Regulator providing practical guidelines on the requirements of pensions legislation and setting out standards of conduct and practice expected of those who must meet these requirements.
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In the UK pensions context a Code of Practice is a document issued by the UK Pensions Regulator providing practical guidelines on the requirements of pensions legislation and setting out standards of conduct and practice expected of those who must meet these requirements.
  
  
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* [[ACT Ethical Code]]
 
* [[ACT Ethical Code]]
 
* [[Code]]
 
* [[Code]]
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* [[Code of conduct]]
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* [[Ethics]]
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* [[Good practice]]
 
* [[Guidance]]
 
* [[Guidance]]
 
* [[Technical provisions]]
 
* [[Technical provisions]]
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* [[Pensions Regulator]]
 
* [[UK Corporate Governance Code]]
 
* [[UK Corporate Governance Code]]
  
 
[[Category:Ethics_and_corporate_governance]]
 
[[Category:Ethics_and_corporate_governance]]

Latest revision as of 15:00, 4 August 2018

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Relevant published and authoritative guidance not having direct legal effect.

Codes of practice are not statements of law and there is no direct penalty for failing to comply with them, but courts and tribunals will take any relevant codes of practice into account when making legal decisions.

Sometimes known as codes of conduct.


2. Pensions.

In the UK pensions context a Code of Practice is a document issued by the UK Pensions Regulator providing practical guidelines on the requirements of pensions legislation and setting out standards of conduct and practice expected of those who must meet these requirements.


See also