The CQC have a range of enforcement options open to them, such as Penalty Notices, caution, civil enforcement, prosecution and removal of registration.

All of these can have serious consequences for your business as any penalty imposed will be published on the CQC website which is accessible to the public. It can also put in jeopardy existing contracts with local authorities.

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If you require comprehensive legal assistance regarding any aspect of Care Quality Commission investigations, obligations or procedures, speak to a solicitor at Lupton Fawcett today. The team at our Leeds, York or Sheffield offices are experienced in handling such cases and are experts when it comes to the ins and outs of CQC standards and investigations.

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