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Investment Exchanges and Clearing Houses Act 2006

Section 3: Interim power to give directions about notification

16.This section gives the FSA a power to give directions to recognised bodies that the obligation to notify proposed new regulatory provision in section 300B(1) is not to apply to specified provisions, provisions of a specified description or provisions made in specified circumstances. This power will cease to have effect 12 months after Royal Assent. Its purpose is to ensure that recognised bodies can be relieved of the notification obligation in appropriate circumstances from the passing of the Act until the FSA is able to make rules under section 300B.

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