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Volume 939: debated on Friday 18 November 1977

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I do not think that there is any serious risk that unsuitable persons will be appointed. With legal inspectors, who are either members of the Bar or solicitors, it is my right hon. Friend's usual practice to make appointments after consultation with my right hon, and learned Friend the Attorney-General. Accountant inspectors are appointed after consideration of their suitability for the particular case and, if necessary, after consultation with their professional body.