Is the Solicitors Regulation Authority a Public Authority under the Human Rights Act 1998, or The European Convention on Human Rights. or both?

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Dear Solicitors Regulation Authority,

Is the Solicitors Regulation Authority a Public Authority under the Human Rights Act 1998, or
The European Convention on Human Rights. or both?

Is SRA subject to the UN Convention on the Rights of persons with
disabilities?

Please include any statement made by the Law Society itself and any legal
authority, including, statute, precident, or determination made by a
court.

Yours faithfully,

keith gell

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