INAP 3.1.5 Authorised written versions — Rules and regulatory material [effective from 6th December 2009]

(1) A written copy of any Rules or regulatory material is an authorised written version if —
(a) it is a written copy of a version authorised by the Regulatory Authority; or
(b) it is a written copy produced directly from an authorised electronic version of the Rules or regulatory material.
Example

An authorised electronic version of any Rules is downloaded from an approved website and printed. The printed copy is an authorised written version of the Rules.
(2) It is presumed, unless the contrary is proved —
(a) that a written copy of any Rules or regulatory material purporting to be authorised by the Regulatory Authority (however expressed) is an authorised written version of the Rules or regulatory material; and
(b) that an authorised written version of any Rules or regulatory material purporting to be a version of the Rules or regulatory material as made or issued (however described) correctly shows the Rules or regulatory material as made or issued; and
(c) that an authorised written version of any Rules or regulatory material purporting to be a version of the Rules or regulatory material as in force (however described) at any time or during any period correctly shows the Rules or regulatory material as in force at that time or during that period.
Examples for par (c)

See examples for rule 3.1.4(2)(e).
(3) Subrule (2) does not limit rule 3.1.4(2) (Authorised electronic versions — Rules and regulatory material).
Amended by QFCRA RM/2012-2 (as from 1st February 2013)