The Solicitors Regulation Authority has agreed a set of changes to its code of conduct as the body gears up for the Legal Services Act, it was announced Monday.

The organization has approved a new rule framework paving the way for new legal structures including Legal Disciplinary Partnerships, which are set to come into force in 2009 as a forerunner to alternative business structures.

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