22(1)In the provisions to which this paragraph applies—E+W
(a)any reference to a solicitor or to a client of a solicitor shall be construed as including a reference to a recognised body or to a client of such a body; and
(b)any reference to a client’s solicitor shall be construed as including a reference to any recognised body acting for a client.
(2)This paragraph applies to the following provisions of the 1974 Act (which relate to the remuneration of solicitors in respect of contentious and non-contentious business), namely—
section 56 (except subsections (1)(e) and (5));
sections 57 to 59;
section 60 (except subsection (5));
sections 61 and 62;
sections 64 and 65;
section 69(1); and
sections 70 to 74.
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