Difference between revisions of "Legal Aid Agency, 'Coronavirus (COVID-19): Legal Aid Agency contingency response' (18/3/20)"

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|Date=2020/03/18
 
|Date=2020/03/18
 
|URL=https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-legal-aid-agency-contingency-response
 
|URL=https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-legal-aid-agency-contingency-response
|Type=Legal Aid resource
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|Type=Legal Aid resource; Coronavirus resource
 
|Sentence=LAA coronavirus guidance
 
|Sentence=LAA coronavirus guidance
 
|Abstract=This guidance, which will be continuously updated, has information under the following headings: (1) Our contingency plans; (2) Coronavirus health advice; (3) Financial support; (4) Our proportionate approach to contract management; (5) Reducing administrative activity for providers; (6) Office requirements; (7) Applications other than in person; (8) Assessing financial eligibility where a client cannot attend; (9) Duty solicitor absence; (10) Crime Telephone advice; (11) Stay up to date.
 
|Abstract=This guidance, which will be continuously updated, has information under the following headings: (1) Our contingency plans; (2) Coronavirus health advice; (3) Financial support; (4) Our proportionate approach to contract management; (5) Reducing administrative activity for providers; (6) Office requirements; (7) Applications other than in person; (8) Assessing financial eligibility where a client cannot attend; (9) Duty solicitor absence; (10) Crime Telephone advice; (11) Stay up to date.
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|RSS pubdate=2020/03/18 09:26:23 PM
 
|RSS pubdate=2020/03/18 09:26:23 PM
 
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[[Category:Coronavirus resources]]
 

Revision as of 16:00, 19 March 2020

LAA coronavirus guidance This guidance, which will be continuously updated, has information under the following headings: (1) Our contingency plans; (2) Coronavirus health advice; (3) Financial support; (4) Our proportionate approach to contract management; (5) Reducing administrative activity for providers; (6) Office requirements; (7) Applications other than in person; (8) Assessing financial eligibility where a client cannot attend; (9) Duty solicitor absence; (10) Crime Telephone advice; (11) Stay up to date.


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