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7.—(1) The repeal of section 5(2A) of the 1985 Act, by section 9(1)(a) and (b) of the 2010 Act, does not apply in respect of debtor applications under section 5(2A) of the 1985 Act received by the Accountant in Bankruptcy within 30 days after the coming into force of the repeal provided the concurrence of the qualified creditor or creditors referred to in that subsection was prior to the coming into force of the repeal.
(2) The amendments to the 1985 Act effected by section 10 of the 2010 Act, apply only in respect of trust deeds entered into after the coming into force of section 10 of the 2010 Act.
(3) The repeals of the 1985 Act effected by section 12 of the 2010 Act do not affect sequestrations awarded prior to the coming into force of that section.
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