Other CILEx and CILEx Regulation Codes
All entities that are authorised by CILEx Regulation (Authorised Entities) must comply with the CILEx Regulation Authorisation Rules.
Authorised Entities, including their owners, managers and employees must also comply with the CILEx Regulation Accounts Rules.
In addition, Authorised Entities must comply with the CILEx Regulation Professional Indemnity Insurance Rules.
CILEx members who have qualified as Chartered Legal Executive Advocates must also comply with the advocacy code, known as the Rights of Audience Certification Rules. These set out the standards expected of members when exercising advocacy rights.
Additional codes, principles and rules
CILEx Members, CILEx Practitioners, Authorised Persons and Authorised Entities may be subject to other codes, principles and rules, as well as the CILEx Code of Conduct. The guidance in the Code recognises this.
You may be an employee in a practice regulated by other professional bodies. If this is the case you will have to comply with the codes, principles and rules applicable to your employer. Examples include the Solicitors' Code of Conduct, Solicitors' Accounts Rules, and The Council for Licensed Conveyancers' Code of Conduct. This list is not exhaustive and you must make sure you are aware of what codes apply to you.