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112. Where, before commencement—
(a)a decision has been taken against which an appeal may be brought to a tribunal constituted in accordance with section 28 of the Banking Act (“a banking appeal tribunal”);
(b)the period in which an appeal against that decision could be made has not expired; and
(c)no notice of appeal has been sent in relation to the decision,
section 27 of the Banking Act (as it has effect by virtue of the 2BCD Regulations) applies to that decision and the repeal of that Act does not affect the continuity of the period set by or under that Act as the period within which an appeal against that decision may be brought.
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