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6After subsection (8) of section 129 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (c. 52) (as it has effect without the omission of that section by Schedule 6 to the Act of 2006) (licences for giving instruction so as to obtain practical experience) insert—E+W+S
“(9)Sections 130(7) to (13) and 131A apply in relation to suspending a person's licence in connection with an application for a new licence in substitution for a licence current at the date of the application as if—
(a)the references in sections 130(7) to (13) and 131A to—
(i)a notice under section 130(3) were references to a notice under subsection (7) above,
(ii)the revocation of the licence were (except in section 130(11)(d)) references to the refusal of the person's application for a new licence, and
(iii)the decision not being in effect were references to the decision not being in effect because the licence has not expired, and
(b)section 131A(3), and the words “(whether or not the Registrar's decision has taken effect)” in section 131A(2)(b), were omitted.”
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