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12.—(1) Section 62 of the Act (prohibition of sale, supply, or importation, of certain medicinal products) shall be amended as follows.
(2) In subsection (3) omit “, or if for the time being there is no such committee, shall consult the Commission”.
(3) In subsection (4) omit “or the Commission”.
(4) In subsection (5), for “Commission” (at each place where it occurs) substitute “appropriate committee”.
(5) For subsection (7) substitute—
“(7) If an order is made under this section and either—
(a)the appropriate committee have not considered the proposal to make the order, or
(b)the order is made contrary to the advice of the appropriate committee,
the order shall include a statement of the fact that it has been so made.”.
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