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16. Where an agreement includes the provision of domiciliary services or sedation services, the agreement must specify the number of courses of treatment that the contractor is—
(a)to provide; or
(b)to contribute to where provided as a referral service,
that involve the provision of domiciliary services or sedation services—
(i)where the contract begins on 1st April, in each financial year; or
(ii)where the contract begins on a date other than 1st April, in the remainder of the financial year in which the contract begins, and in each financial year thereafter for which the contract continues.
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