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Where before the coming into force of this Act a complaint has been made to a Health Service Commissioner which he has declined to entertain on the ground that the person complained against—
(a)was no longer of a description set out in section 2A(1) or (2) of the Health Service Commissioners Act 1993, or
(b)no longer fell within section 2B(1) or (2) of that Act,
the amendments made by this Act do not enable that complaint to be revived, or a new complaint arising out of the same matters to be entertained.
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