circumstances arise which might entitle a creditor or a court to appoint a receiver, administrator or administrative receiver for the Contractor;
circumstances arise which would enable the court to make a winding up order in respect of the Contractor; or
the Contractor is unable to pay its debts within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986.
Notification of Deaths39
The Contractor shall report in writing to the PCT the death on its Practice Premises of any Patient no later than the end of the first Working Day after the date on which the death occurred. The report shall include:
the Patient’s full name;
the Patient’s National Health Service number where known;
the date and place of death;
a brief description of the circumstances, as known, surrounding the death;
the name of any doctor or other person treating the Patient whilst on the Practice Premises; and
the name, where known, of any other person who was present at the time of the death.
The Contractor shall send a copy of the report referred to in Clause 10.20 to any other PCT in whose area the deceased was resident at the time of his death as well as to any other PCT with whom it has an agreement to provide primary medical services.
Entry and Inspection by the PCT40
Subject to the conditions in Clause 10.23, the Contractor shall allow persons authorised in writing by the PCT to enter and inspect the Practice Premises at any reasonable time.
The conditions referred to in Clause 10.22 are that:
reasonable notice of the intended entry has been given;
39 Clauses 10.20 and 10.21 are required by APMS Direction 5(1)(o)
40 Clause 10.22 and 10.23 are required by APMS Direction 5(1)(p)