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  • AGM 2016

Farewell and many thanks to Martin who retires as Chairman after 6 years in office and good luck to Andrew who takes over.

andrew wilsonThe business of the meeting ran as expected, with improvements to the Complaints Procedure and Best Practice on Fees passed by ordinary resolution; those attending agreed to the modernisation of the Articles.

Training in the afternoon covered the new improved website, domestic possessions and the new High Court procedure and a report on the 1st Year Review (following the April 2014 reforms).

We look forward to a busy year promoting the profession with, hopefully, more work for HCEOs!

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