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Rewriting the rules

I note that both Winterthur (the owner of Colonial Mutual) and the FSA claim that a section 44 agreement existed but that neither party has a copy of documentation to prove it.

Isn’t it the FSA who bangs on all the time that if it isn’t written down, it didn’t happen?

Nick Bamford
Managing director
Informed Choice
Cranleigh
Surrey

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