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4. In rule 2(1)—
(a)for ““Blood Samples” and “blood tests”” substitute ““bodily samples” and “scientific tests””;
(b)in the definition of “complaint”, for “paternity” substitute “parentage”;
(c)for the definition of “sampler”, substitute “ “sampler” means a registered medical practitioner, or a person who is under the supervision of such a practitioner and is either a registered nurse or a registered medical laboratory technician, or a tester;”;
(d)in the definition of “subject”, for “blood samples” substitute “bodily samples”;
(e)for the definition of “tester” substitute “ “tester” means an individual employed to carry out tests by a body which has been accredited for the purposes of section 20 of the Act either by the Lord Chancellor or by a body appointed by him for those purposes and which has been nominated in a direction to carry out tests;”.
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