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15. (1) The Parliamentary Commissioner may investigate or, as the case may be, continue to investigate a complaint of maladministration by the Residuary Body notwithstanding its winding up.
(2) In relation to any such investigation begun or continued after the transfer date, the Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967(1) shall apply as if for any reference to the principal officer of the Residuary Body there were substituted–
(a)where the complaint relates to the exercise of a function which by virtue of this Order becomes a function of the Pensions Authority, a reference to the proper officer of that Authority; or
(b)in any other case, a reference to the proper officer of Rotherham,
and as if any specified action had been taken by that Authority or Rotherham, as the case may be.
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