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[F125.—(1) Where the Tribunal make an order—N.I.
(a)under paragraph 21(2)(b), (c), (d) or (e) or (3); or
(b)under Article 51A(2), by virtue of paragraph 22,
the registrar, if so required in writing by the Society or by any other party in whose favour the order was made, shall lodge a duly authenticated copy of the order with the Master (Queen's Bench and Appeals) who shall forthwith cause such copy to be filed; and thereupon the order shall be of the like effect as a judgment of the High Court and enforceable accordingly.
(2) Where the Tribunal make an order revoking the recognition of a body corporate under Article 26A the registrar shall forthwith—
(a)lodge a duly authenticated copy of the order with the Master (Queen's Bench and Appeals); and
(b)cause to be published in the Belfast Gazette and in such other manner as the Tribunal may direct, a notice stating the effect of the order.
(3) Article 52(4) shall not apply to orders made by the Tribunal under this Schedule but the registrar shall maintain separate files on which such orders shall be entered in the following manner—
(a)on a file to be termed File C, there shall be entered, in alphabetical order against the names of the bodies corporate concerned, each order revoking the recognition under Article 26A of a body corporate;
(b)on a file to be termed File D, there shall be entered, in chronological order, all other orders.
(4) Article 52(6), (7) and (8) shall apply to File C as they apply to File A and to File D as they apply to File B.]
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