I may not have described the situation clearly. I am not employed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants; I am a member of the Institute and, naturally, egulated by them. They conduct reviews of members' work via the Quality Assurance Directorate, part if ICAEW, and before that visit they quoted me fees of £1k per day (of the reviewer's visit) to include all off site planning and report writing. They now insist that the £1k was plus
off site planning and report writing . But regardless of this, they are using their reviewer's report to take disciplinary action against me. My initial question to you was am I protected by the Human Rights legislation from having to pay a plaintiff to prosecute me?