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4(1)If a remedial order (“the original order”) is made without being approved in draft, the person making it must lay it before Parliament, accompanied by the required information, after it is made.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)If representations have been made during the period of 60 days beginning with the day on which the original order was made, the person making it must (after the end of that period) lay before Parliament a statement containing—
(a)a summary of the representations; and
(b)if, as a result of the representations, he considers it appropriate to make changes to the original order, details of the changes.
(3)If sub-paragraph (2)(b) applies, the person making the statement must—
(a)make a further remedial order replacing the original order; and
(b)lay the replacement order before Parliament.
(4)If, at the end of the period of 120 days beginning with the day on which the original order was made, a resolution has not been passed by each House approving the original or replacement order, the order ceases to have effect (but without that affecting anything previously done under either order or the power to make a fresh remedial order).
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