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How car dealers can navigate the legal minefield in 2015

Despite their obvious importance to you and your business, you may be getting a little tired of hearing the letters F, C, and A, especially if your business is already fully compliant. But what about non-FCA regulation changes on the horizon? We asked a selection of legal experts for their advice on regulatory developments in the year ahead:


Dennis Chapman, director of legal services, LawgisticsDennis Chapman, director of legal services, Lawgistics

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)

On the back of the new Consumer Rights Act, the Government is required to implement an ADR directive by July 2015 and it will come into force in January 2016. A new ADR scheme that is operated by adjudicators with knowledge of motor vehicles could be extremely useful for dealers.

>> Employee pension entitlements (‘Auto-enrolment’); Company car schemes / fuel usage and reporting   -- Alastair Kendrick,MHA MacIntyre Hudson

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