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So if you're postulating a position where the decision is automatically binding on the complainant, acres have been written on the effect of that and its compatibility with the Human Rights Act and various other things.

The pensions ombudsman, who deals with occupational pensions, his decisions are binding on the complainant, and the financial services ombudsman in Ireland works obviously against the same background of European human rights law. His decisions are binding on the complainant. So this is theoretically possible. It's not a view that the Association would advocate.

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