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CHAPTER 4 THE FOS APPROACH TO EVIDENCE

Insurance Law and the Financial Ombudsman Service

4 THE FOS APPROACH TO EVIDENCE REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE INFORMATION 4.1 The FOS may require a party to provide information and documents within a specified, reasonable period, manner and form. 1 Failure to comply without reasonable excuse can result in a court finding a party in contempt. 2 However, in practice, such a failure is more likely to result in the FOS finding against the party who does not provide the information, and there are no reported cases which resulted in contempt.

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