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17.—(1) This paragraph applies where—N.I.
(a)a person makes an application under paragraph 10(1) for the review of a determination, and
(b)the Authority has made a property arrangements scheme in relation to the property, rights or liabilities to which the determination relates.
(2) The Competition Appeal Tribunal may on application by—
(a)the system operator,
(b)the relevant existing transmission licence holder, or
(c)a third party who is adversely affected by any provision of the scheme,
make such interim arrangements as it thinks fit with respect to the property, rights or liabilities concerned.
(3) Without prejudice to the generality of sub-paragraph (2), the power under that sub-paragraph includes, in particular, power—
(a)to make provision postponing or suspending the operation of any provision of the scheme for such period, and on such terms, as the Tribunal thinks fit;
(b)to make provision for the system operator to have access to, or otherwise to enjoy the benefit of, any of the property or rights concerned for such period, and on such terms, as the Tribunal thinks fit.
(4) No application under sub-paragraph (2) may be made after the end of the period of 7 days beginning with the day on which the application under paragraph 10(1) is made.
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