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16. Where a practitioner has appealed against a determination of a Health Authority in accordance with regulation 9 of the 1992 Regulations, or he has not appealed before the relevant date but he subsequently does so within the time limit specified in regulation 9(2)—
(a)where the appeal is made by a single list practitioner, the relevant Primary Care Trust (A) shall be deemed to have made that determination; or
(b)where the appeal relates to a multiple list practitioner, the relevant Primary Care Trusts shall nominate from amongst themselves a relevant Primary Care Trust who shall be deemed to have made that determination,
and the relevant Primary Care Trust that is deemed to have made the determination pursuant to sub-paragraph (a) or (b) shall also be deemed to have done any other acts of the Health Authority that relate to that determination and shall be deemed to be the appropriate Primary Care Trust for the purposes of the 1992 Regulations in respect of that appeal.
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