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  • RPP 4 Supervisory and Enforcement Powers

    • RPP 4-1 Introduction

      • RPP 4-1-1

        This chapter provides information on how the DFSA will generally exercise its powers when conducting supervisory or enforcement activities. These powers can be exercised in respect of any PersonsG , including an Authorised PersonG , DNFBPG or Registered AuditorG (collectively referred to as "firms" in this chapter unless otherwise stated), an Authorised IndividualG , Key IndividualG , Audit PrincipalG or Principal RepresentativeG .

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended by Notice of Updates (Made 14th July 2013). July 2013 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-1-2

        Chapter 5 of the RPP describes how the DFSA will exercise additional powers when conducting enforcement activities.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

      • RPP 4-1-3

        A reference to:

        (a) an Article in this chapter is a reference to an Article in the Regulatory Law, unless otherwise stated; and
        (b) the Law in this chapter is a reference to any legislation administered by the DFSA.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-1-4

        The range of powers available to the DFSAG is primarily set out in the Regulatory Law. Some of the key powers (see Appendix 1) include the power to:

        (a) request information and documents and access premises (Article 73);
        (b) require an Authorised PersonG to provide a report from an independent expert (Article 74);
        (c) impose prohibitions or restrictions on an Authorised Person'sG business (Article 75) or dealings with relevant property (Article 76);
        (d) issue a direction to an Authorised Person or Affiliate for prudential purposes (Article 75A);
        (e) impose conditions and restrictions on an Authorised Person'sG LicenceG or endorsement (Article 49);
        (f) impose conditions and restrictions on an Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG (Article 56);
        (g) withdraw an authorisation or endorsement on a LicenceG or withdraw the LicenceG (as a whole) of an Authorised PersonG (Articles 50 and 51);
        (h) suspend an authorisation or endorsement on a LicenceG or suspend the LicenceG of an Authorised PersonG (Article 52);
        (i) restrict, suspend or withdraw an Authorised IndividualG or Key Individual'sG status (Article 58(1);
        (j) restrict a person from performing any functions in connection with provision of Financial ServicesG (Article 59), and
        (k) impose conditions and restrictions on, or suspend, vary or withdraw the registration of, a Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG (Articles 98 and 98A).
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-1-5

        When the DFSAG exercises a power specified in this chapter (except for sections 4-2 and 4-3), it will generally follow the decision making procedures set out in Chapter 7 of the RPP.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-2 Power to Request Information and Documents

      • RPP 4-2-1

        In order to supervise the conduct and activities of an Authorised PersonG , DNFBPG , Domestic FundG , Registered AuditorG or any director, officer, employee or agent of such person, the DFSA requires access to a broad range of information relating to a Person'sG business. Such information is usually provided to the DFSA on a voluntary basis. In particular, Authorised PersonsG , Authorised IndividualsG and DNFBPsG are expected to deal with the DFSA in an open and cooperative manner and disclose to the DFSA any information of which the DFSA would reasonably expect to be notified.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended by Notice of Updates (Made 14th July 2013). July 2013 Edition
        Amended Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-2-2

        Under Article 73 of the Regulatory Law, the DFSAG may require a PersonG referred to in 4.2.1 to give information and produce documents about its business, transactions or employees to the DFSA. When the DFSAG requires the giving of information or production of documents, it will give the PersonG a written notice specifying what is required to be given or produced.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-2-3

        The DFSA may exercise its powers under Article 73 in respect of such a PersonG either within, or outside, the DIFCG .

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-3 Power to Access Premises

      • RPP 4-3-1

        The DFSAG may require any Authorised PersonG , DNFBPG , Domestic FundG or Registered AuditorG to allow the DFSAG to enter it premises during normal business hours or at any other time as may be agreed, for the purpose of inspecting and copying information or documents (at the relevant Person'sG expense) stored in any form on such premises, as it considers necessary or desirable to meet the objectives of the DFSA.1


        1 Article 73(2), GEN Rule 11.1.2.(d).

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended by Notice of Updates (Made 14th July 2013). July 2013 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-3-2

        The DFSAG will provide reasonable notice to an Authorised PersonG , DNFBPG , Domestic FundG or Registered AuditorG or other person when it seeks information, documents or access to premises. In exceptional circumstances, such as where any delay may be prejudicial to the interests of the DIFCG , the DFSAG may seek access to premises without notice.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended by Notice of Updates (Made 14th July 2013). July 2013 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-4 Power to Require a Report

      • RPP 4-4-1

        Under Article 74, the DFSA may require an Authorised PersonG to provide it with a report from an independent expert on specified matters.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-4-2

        There are a variety of circumstances where the DFSA may consider it appropriate to require the production of a report. These circumstances include, but are not limited to:

        (a) where the DFSA has concerns as to the adequacy of systems and controls (such as compliance, internal audit, anti money laundering, risk management and record keeping);
        (b) where the DFSA seeks verification of information submitted to it; or
        (c) where remedial action is required to ensure the Authorised PersonG complies with DFSA Laws and Rules.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

      • RPP 4-4-3

        GEN section 11.12 sets out various requirements relating to the appointment of an independent expert. In particular, it is noted that:

        (a) the DFSA will give written notification to the Authorised PersonG concerning the purpose of the proposed report, the scope, the timetable for completion and any other relevant matters;
        (b) the independent expert is required to be appointed by the Authorised PersonG and be nominated or approved by the DFSA;
        (c) an Authorised PersonG is required to include specific requirements in a contract with an independent expert;
        (d) an Authorised PersonG is required to ensure it provides all assistance that the independent expert may reasonably require and ensure that the independent expert co-operates with the DFSA; and
        (e) an Authorised PersonG is required to pay for the services of the independent expert.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

      • RPP 4-4-4

        The DFSA notes that any information given or documents produced under Article 74 are admissible in evidence in administrative and civil proceedings, provided that any such information or documents also comply with any requirements relating to the admissibility of evidence in such proceedings.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

    • RPP 4-5 Power to Restrict an Authorised Person's Business or Property

      • RPP 4-5-1

        The DFSAG has a power under Article 75 to impose prohibitions or restrictions on an Authorised Person'sG business. This includes prohibiting an Authorised PersonG from entering into specific types of transactions, from soliciting business from specific types of persons or from carrying on business in a specific manner. The DFSA may also require an Authorised PersonG to carry on business in, and only in, a specified manner. The DFSAG may also prohibit an Authorised PersonG from using a particular name or description.2


        2 Article 75(1)(a)(iv).

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-5-2

        Under Article 76, the DFSAG is also empowered to prohibit or require an Authorised PersonG to deal with any relevant property in a certain manner.3 The terms "dealing" and "relevant property" are defined in Article 76 as follows:

        (a) "dealing" in relation to property includes the maintaining, holding, disposing and transferring of property; and
        (b) "relevant property" in relation to an Authorised PersonG means:
        (i) any property held by the person on behalf of any of the clients of the person, or held by any other person on behalf of or to the order of the person; or
        (ii) any other property which the DFSAG reasonably believes to be owned or controlled by the person.

        3Article 76.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-5-3

        In determining whether to exercise its Article 75 and 76 powers, the DFSA will take into account the circumstances set out in GEN Rule 11.13.1 (a) to (m).

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

    • RPP 4-6 Power to Impose Conditions and Restrictions on an Authorised Person's Licence or Endorsement

      • RPP 4-6-1

        Under Article 49, the DFSAG may at any time by written notice to an Authorised PersonG on its own initiative, or at the request of an Authorised PersonG :

        (a) impose conditions and restrictions or additional conditions and restrictions on a LicenceG or in relation to a LicenseG endorsement; and
        (b) vary or withdraw conditions and restrictions imposed on a LicenceG or in relation to a LicenseG endorsement.4

        4 Article 49(1) and (2).

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-6-2

        In determining whether to exercise its Article 49 power, the DFSA will take into account the circumstances including, but not limited to, the following:

        (a) where the Authorised Person'sG resources (including financial resources as well as human resources) are inadequate for the scale or type of activity which the firm is licensed to undertake;
        (b) where the Authorised PersonG has not conducted its business in compliance with the Laws and Rules;
        (c) where the Authorised PersonG has conducted its business in such a way that it has not ensured full compliance with applicable money laundering and counter terrorism legislation; or
        (d) where the DFSA has some concern about the fitness and propriety of the Authorised PersonG , but not such as to warrant the withdrawal of its LicenceG .
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

    • RPP 4-7 Power to Withdraw an Authorisation or Endorsement in Respect of One or More Financial Services or a Licence

      • RPP 4-7-1

        The DFSA may exercise its powers under Article 50(1) on its own initiative to withdraw an authorisation under, or an endorsement on, a LicenceG to carry on one or more Financial ServicesG where:

        (a) the Authorised PersonG is or has been in breach of one or more restrictions or conditions applicable to its LicenceG or relating to a LicenseG endorsement;
        (b) the Authorised PersonG is in breach of the Regulatory Law, Rules or other legislation administered by the DFSA;
        (c) the Authorised PersonG is no longer fit and proper to carry on a Financial ServiceG for which it has an authorisation or an activity for which it has a LicenceG endorsement;
        (d) the Authorised PersonG has failed for a period of at least twelve consecutive months to carry on one or more Financial ServicesG for which it is authorised under a LicenceG or an activity for which it has a Licence EndorsementG ; or
        (e) the DFSAG considers that the exercise of the power is necessary or desirable in the pursuit of its objectives.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-7-2

        The DFSA may exercise its powers under Article 51 to withdraw a LicenceG where:

        (a) as a consequence of withdrawal of authorisation in relation to one or more Financial ServicesG under Article 50, the Authorised PersonG is no longer authorised to carry on a Financial ServiceG ;
        (b) the Authorised PersonG is no longer fit and proper to hold a LicenceG ;
        (c) the Authorised PersonG has failed to remove a ControllerG or take such other action as required by the DFSA under Article 64; or
        (d) the Authorised PersonG requests the withdrawal.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

      • RPP 4-7-3

        In determining whether to exercise its Article 50 and 51 powers, the DFSA will have regard to all relevant matters. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

        (a) when the DFSA has serious concerns about the manner in which the business of the Authorised PersonG has been or is being conducted;
        (b) when the DFSA considers it necessary to protect regulated entities and customers in the DIFC;
        (c) whether any alleged contraventions affect or have the potential to affect the DFSA's objectives;
        (d) the nature, seriousness and impact of any alleged contravention and whether the alleged contravention is ongoing;
        (e) when the Authorised PersonG no longer satisfies the relevant criteria set out in chapter 7 of the GEN module, chapters 2 and 7 of the AMI module and section 2-2 of this module in respect of the fitness and propriety to carry on a Financial ServiceG or hold a LicenceG ;
        (f) when the activities of the Authorised PersonG have ceased; and
        (g) when the Authorised Person'sG resources seem to the DFSA inadequate for the scale or type of activity which the firm is authorised to undertake.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-7-4

        Where an Authorised PersonG requests the DFSA to withdraw its LicenceG , then such a PersonG should complete and submit the relevant form to the DFSA (see SUP 6 Form - AFN Sourcebook). This form sets out a number of matters which the DFSA will consider before processing such an application to withdraw a LicenceG .

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition

    • RPP 4-8 Power to Impose Conditions and Restrictions on the Status of an Authorised Individual or Key Individual

      • RPP 4-8-1

        Under Article 56, the DFSAG may at any time by a written notice to an Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG and the Authorised FirmG or Authorised Market InstitutionG in relation to which the Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG , respectively, is an officer, employee or agent:

        (a) impose conditions and restrictions, or additional conditions and restrictions, on the grant of Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG status; and
        (b) vary or withdraw conditions and restrictions imposed on the grant of such status.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-8-2

        The DFSAG may exercise this power in circumstances including, but not limited to, the following:

        (a) where the Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG has not acted effectively or responsibly or has not exercised the expected level of skill, care and diligence in carrying out the Licensed FunctionG ;
        (b) where the conduct of the Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG falls below the standards expected; or
        (c) where the DFSAG has some concern about the fitness and propriety of the Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG , but not such as to warrant the suspension or withdrawal of an Authorised IndividualG or Key Individual'sG status.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-9 Power to Restrict, Suspend and Withdraw the Status of an Authorised Individual or Key Individual

      • RPP 4-9-1

        Under Article 58(1), the DFSAG has the power to restrict an individual from performing Licensed FunctionsG , or to suspend or withdraw an individual's Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG status, if it reasonably concludes that:

        (a) the individual is in breach, or has been in breach of, an obligation that applies as a result of their Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG status; or
        (b) an individual is no longer fit and proper to perform a role in respect of which he is an Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG .5

        5 Article 58(1).

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-9-2

        In determining whether to exercise its Article 58(1) power, the DFSAG will have regard to all relevant matters including, but not limited to, the criteria for assessing the fitness and propriety of an Authorised IndividualG as set out in chapter 7 of GEN, for Key IndividualsG the criteria set out in chapter 3 of AMI and section 2-3 of this Sourcebook.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-9-3

        The DFSAG may also withdraw the Authorised IndividualG or Key IndividualG status of an individual under Article 58(2) if:

        (a) the individual becomes bankrupt;
        (b) the individual is convicted of a serious criminal offence;
        (c) the individual becomes incapable, through mental or physical incapacity, of managing his affairs;
        (d) the individual or the relevant Authorised PersonG asks the DFSAG to withdraw the relevant status; or
        (e) the LicenceG of the relevant Authorised PersonG is withdrawn.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-9-4

        In determining whether to exercise its power under Article 58(2)(b), the DFSAG will give particular consideration to offences involving dishonesty, fraud or a financial crime.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-10 Power to Restrict Individuals

      • RPP 4-10-1

        Under Article 59(1), if the DFSAG reasonably believes that a natural person is not fit and proper to perform any functions in connection with the provision of Financial ServicesG , it may restrict that PersonG from performing any or all such functions.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-10-2

        Article 59 enables the DFSAG to impose a restriction in respect of all functions or in respect of specific functions. The restriction may also apply to functions whether or not they are Licensed FunctionsG . Whether a general restriction, or a more specific restriction, is imposed by the DFSAG may depend on the facts of the matter, including:

        (a) the concerns upon which the DFSAG determines that a natural person is not fit and proper to perform any functions; and
        (b) the need to protect the integrity of the DIFCG and ensure the confidence of participants in the market.
        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-10-3

        In determining whether to exercise its power under Article 59(1), the DFSAG may have regard to all relevant matters including, but not limited to, the criteria for assessing the fitness and propriety of Authorised IndividualsG as set out in chapter 7 of GEN, for Key IndividualsG the criteria set out in chapter 3 of AMI and section 2-3 of this Sourcebook.

        Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
        Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-11 Powers Relating to the Registration of a Registered Auditor or Audit Principal

      • RPP 4-11-1

        The DFSAG has the power to impose conditions or restrictions upon a Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG .6 The DFSAG has the power in respect of a Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG to withdraw its registration or suspend its registration.7


        6 Articles 98(3) and (6).

        7 Article 98A(1).

        Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • RPP 4-11-2

        The DFSAG may exercise its powers to suspend registration of a Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG on its own initiative in the following circumstances:

        (a) the Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG is in breach of, or has been in breach of, one or more restrictions or conditions applicable to its registration;
        (b) the Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG is in breach of, or has been in breach of, the Regulatory Law or the Rules;
        (c) the Registered AuditorG or Audit PrincipalG is no longer fit and proper;
        (d) the Registered AuditorG has failed for a period of at least 24 consecutive months to provide Audit ServicesG permitted under its registration;
        (e) if the Audit PrincipalG becomes a bankrupt, is convicted of a serious criminal offence, has become incapable of managing his affairs or is no longer employed by the Registered AuditorG who appointed him; or
        (f) in the case of an Audit PrincipalG , if the registration of their Registered AuditorG is suspended or withdrawn.8

        8 Article 98A(2).

        Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-12 Miscellaneous Powers

      • Endorsements

        • RPP 4-12-1

          The DFSAG has the power to:

          (a) impose conditions and restrictions;9 or
          (b) withdraw or vary conditions and restrictions,10

          on an endorsement to conduct Islamic Finance Business.


          9 Article 12 of the Law Regulating Islamic FInancial Business 2004.

          10 Article 12 of the Law Regulating Islamic FInancial Business 2004.

          Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
          Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-12-2

          In respect of an endorsement on a Licence to conduct business with Retail ClientsG , the DFSAG has the power to impose conditions and restrictions, or withdraw or vary conditions and restrictions under Article 49 (see section 4-6 of this chapter).

          Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
          Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-12-3

          In determining whether to exercise such powers, the DFSAG will have regard to all relevant matters including, but not limited to, one or more of those circumstances specified in 4-6-2 in respect of imposing, varying or withdrawing conditions and restrictions.

          Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition
          Amended (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • Funds

        • RPP 4-12-4

          The DFSAG has the power to withdraw the registration of a Public FundG in one or more of the circumstances set out in Article 32 of the Collective Investment Law.11 In determining whether to exercise this power, the DFSAG can withdraw the registration of a Public FundG only if it considers that:

          (a) the withdrawal is in the interests of the UnitholdersG of the FundG ; or
          (b) appropriate steps have been taken or may reasonably be taken to protect the interests of the UnitholdersG .

          11 Article 32 of the Collective Investment Law 2010.

          Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • Direction Powers for Prudential Purposes

        • RPP 4-12-5

          Under Article 75A, the DFSAG may for, prudential purposes, direct a particular Authorised FirmG , or Authorised FirmsG within a specified class, to:

          (a) comply with any specified additional capital or liquidity requirements;
          (b) apply a specific provisioning policy or treatment of specified assets;
          (c) comply with specified limits on material risk exposures;
          (d) comply with specified limits on exposures to related parties;
          (e) meet additional or more frequent reporting requirements; or
          (f) take such other action as is specified in the direction.
          Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-12-6

          Where the DFSAG issues a direction under Article 75A to Authorised FirmsG within a specified class, the direction will remain in force for a period of no more than 12 months in the first instance, unless the DFSAG specifies a shorter period of time in the notice. The DFSAG considers that such a direction should remain in force for a limited period as it has a Rule making power under the Regulatory LawG at its disposal, which the DFSAG would ordinarily use where it was proposing to change its Rules relating to Authorised FirmsG within a specified class.

          Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-12-7

          The DFSAG may also direct an Affiliate of an Authorised PersonG to take specified steps or not to carry out specified activities.12 The DFSAG may give such a direction to an Affiliate if the DFSAG is the consolidated supervisor of the GroupG to which the Authorised PersonG belongs and is satisfied that the direction is necessary or desirable for the effective prudential supervision of the GroupG .13 A direction may, for example, include a requirement that the Affiliate limit any activities reasonably likely to expose the Authorised PersonG or its GroupG to excessive risks or risks that are not properly managed.


          12 Article 75A(2).

          13 Article 75A(2).

          Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • RPP 4-13 [Deleted]

      • [Deleted]

        • RPP 4-13-1 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-13-2 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-13-3 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • [Deleted]

        • RPP 4-13-4 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • [Deleted]

        • RPP 4-13-5 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-13-6 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

      • [Deleted]

        • RPP 4-13-7 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

        • RPP 4-13-8 [Deleted]

          Deleted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition

    • Appendix 1 — Key Powers

      Inserted (Made 21st August 2014). August 2014 Edition