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37.—(1) With effect from 3rd July 2006—
(a)the 1992 Regulations;
(b)the Private Water Supplies (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1998(1); and
(c)regulation 39(1)(c) of the Water Supply (Water Quality) (Scotland) Regulations 2001(2),
(2) Notwithstanding the revocation of the 1992 Regulations by paragraph (1), the following provisions shall continue to have effect on and after 3rd July 2006 as they had effect immediately before that date—
(a)regulation 20 (collection and analysis of samples), in respect of any sample of water from a private supply taken on or before 2nd July 2006; and
(b)regulation 21 (charges for sampling and analysis) in respect of expenses incurred by a council on or before 2nd July 2006.
(3) Notwithstanding the revocation of the 1992 Regulations by paragraph (1), a local authority shall, as at 3rd July 2006, retain all information obtained in accordance with Part IV of those Regulations for a period of fifteen years from the date upon which it was obtained.
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