The lead enforcement authority1 is empowered to issue warning orders to persons in respect of whom it is minded to make prohibition orders2. The lead enforcement authority may give a person a warning order3 where it is satisfied that, in the course of estate agency work4 he has done any of the following5:
(1) committed a specified offence under the Estate Agents Act 19796;
(2) committed discrimination7;
(3) failed to comply with the specified statutory obligations relating to dealings with clients and clients' money8;
(4) acted in relation to residential property9 in breach of the duty10 to be a
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