| Commentary

5 Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

| Commentary

5 Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 gives power to the Financial Conduct Authority to present a petition in respect of a ‘regulated activity debt’ (as there defined) which an ‘authorised person’ appears unable to pay or which he appears to have no reasonable prospect of paying1.

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