Traffic commissioners: legal entities, January 2017
- Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain
- Part of:
- Senior Traffic Commissioner's statutory guidance and statutory directions, Local transport, and Road safety
- First published:
- 21 December 2016
Sets out how traffic commissioners are to be satisfied as to the legal status of applicants and operators.
Statutory document no. 5: legal entities (including insolvency and regulation 31 and section 57 applications)
PDF, 441KB, 28 pages
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This guidance explains how the Senior Traffic Commissioner believes that traffic commissioners should interpret the law in relation to different legal entities.
The directions are addressed to the traffic commissioners in respect of the approach to be taken by staff acting on behalf of individual traffic commissioners. They dictate the operation of delegated functions in relation to different legal entities.
Published: 21 December 2016