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(a)the matters to be dealt with, and information to be included, in the proposals; and
(4)Before submitting proposals for a pilot scheme, a [F1Primary Care Trust or]F1 Health Authority must (in addition to complying with any requirements about consultation imposed by or under any other enactment) comply with any directions given to them by the relevant authority about the extent to which, and manner in which, they are to consult on the proposals.
(5)The relevant authority may give directions—
(c)as to the form in which any such recommendation must be made;
(d)requiring [F2Primary Care Trusts and]F2 Health Authorities to provide the relevant authority with summaries (prepared and presented in the manner specified in the directions) of all requests received by them during the period specified in the directions.
(6)A direction under this paragraph may be given so as to apply—
(a)generally in circumstances specified in the direction; or
(b)in relation to a particular case.
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