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20. After section 29 insert—
29A.—(1) This section applies to—
(a)a direction for erasure given by the Professional Conduct Committee under section 24(3);
(b)a direction for erasure, suspension, conditional registration or variation of or addition to the conditions of registration given by a Practice Committee under section 27B or 27C; and
(c)a direction for conditional registration given by the Professional Conduct Committee under section 28(6)(b).
(2) A direction to which this section applies shall take effect—
(a)where no appeal under section 29 is brought against the decision giving the direction within the period of time specified in subsection (1B) of that section, on the expiry of that period;
(b)where such an appeal is brought but is withdrawn or struck out for want of prosecution, on the withdrawal or striking out of the appeal; or
(c)where such an appeal is brought and is not withdrawn or struck out for want of prosecution, on the dismissal of the appeal.
(3) Where the period of time for appealing against a decision giving a direction is extended under section 29(1C)—
(a)subsection (2) shall apply to the direction as if the reference in paragraph (a) of that subsection to the period of time specified in section 29(1B) were a reference to that period as so extended, and
(b)if the authorisation is given after the expiry of the period of time specified in section 29(1B), the direction shall be deemed not to have taken effect on the expiry of that period,
and any reference in this Act to the time when such a direction takes effect in accordance with this section shall be construed accordingly.
(4) In this section—
(a)a reference to a direction for suspension includes a reference to a direction extending a period of suspension and a direction for indefinite suspension; and
(b)a reference to a direction for conditional registration includes a reference to a direction extending a period of conditional registration.”.
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