13. Termination


13.1 The Authorised Person may terminate the Agreement by giving notice to the Barrister in writing at any time.

13.2 The Agreement will terminate automatically as soon as the Barrister is under an obligation pursuant to Part VI of the Code or otherwise to withdraw from the Case or to cease to act and has complied with any requirements of the Code in so doing.

13.3 The Barrister may terminate the Agreement by written notice when he is entitled pursuant to Paragraphs 608 to 610 of the Code or otherwise to withdraw from the Case or cease to act and has complied with any requirements of the Code in so doing.

13.4 For the avoidance of doubt, termination of the Agreement, whether under this clause 13 or otherwise, does not affect or prejudice any accrued liabilities, rights or remedies of the parties under the Agreement.

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