INAP 3.1.6 Notice of certain matters [effective from 6th December 2009]

(1) Proof is not required about —
(a) the making or issue (however described) of any Rules or regulatory material; or
(b) the provisions of any Rules or regulatory material, whether as made or issued (however described) or as in force from time to time; or
(c) the commencement, amendment, repeal, modification, waiver or expiry (however described) of any Rules or regulatory material; or
(d) amendments or other changes made under rule 3.1.7 (Preparation of Rules and regulatory material for publication); or
(e) the authorisation under this part of an electronic or written version of any Rules or regulatory material; or
(f) whether a website is an approved website; or
(g) the publication of anything on an approved website.
(2) A court or tribunal may inform itself of anything mentioned in subrule (1) in any way it considers appropriate.
Examples of ways that may be appropriate
1 using a version of any Rules or regulatory material downloaded from an approved website using the internet
2 using information obtained from an approved website using the internet
3 using an authorised written version of any Rules or regulatory material
(3) However, the court or tribunal must consider whether any source that it intends to use appears to be a reliable source of information.
(4) For subrule (3), an authorised electronic or written version of any Rules or regulatory material is a reliable source of information.
(5) This rule does not limit any other provision of a law, Regulations or Rules.
Inserted by QFCRA RM02/2009 (as from 6th December 2009).