6(1)In section 9(2)(a) for “a conciliation officer” substitute “ the Agency”.E+W+S+N.I.
[F1(2)In section 9(4) in the definition of “qualified lawyer” for the words from “means” to the end substitute “ means a barrister (whether in practice as such or employed to give legal advice) or a solicitor of the Supreme Court who holds a practising certificate.”.]
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