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United Kingdom Mediumship and the Law

In 1951 the Fraudulent Mediums Act became law and mediums had to be careful that they did not infringe the provisions of this Act and if a medium did so it could end up in a fine or a short term in prison.

In April 2008 the act was repealed and mediums and spiritualist churches could then be charged under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations Act 2007 if a payment was received. This means mediums should not state that they will link with any particular person or that they will prove there is life after death or make promises they cannot keep.

Churches should make sure notices are posted to the effect that every mediumship demonstration of mediumship is of an experimental nature, particularly if donations are requested for entry.

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