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In Schedule 1 to the National Health Service (Primary Care) Act 1997 (c. 46) (which applies in certain circumstances where a determination is made that a medical practitioner is to be given preferential treatment on making an application to be included in a Health Board’s medical list after ceasing to perform personal medical services in connection with the provision of such services under a pilot scheme), both—
(a)in paragraph 3(1), at the end; and
(b)in paragraph 4(1), after the word “area”,
there is added “or that the applicant meets the second condition for disqualification mentioned in section 29 of the 1978 Act”.
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