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9. After rule 2.51, insert—
2.51AA. (1) This rule applies to an application made under section 6(1) of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 in respect of a full gender recognition certificate issued by a court under section 5(1) of that Act.
(2) The application must be made to the court which issued the certificate, unless otherwise directed.
(3) Where the applicant is—
(a)the person to whom the certificate was issued, the Secretary of State must be a respondent;
(b)the Secretary of State, the person to whom the certificate was issued must be a respondent.
(4) Where the court issues a corrected gender recognition certificate under section 6(4) of the Gender Recognition Act 2004, the proper officer must send a copy of the corrected certificate to the Secretary of State.”
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