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3. In rule 5.4C—
(a)after rule 5.4C(1), insert—
“(1A) Where a non-party seeks to obtain a copy of a statement of case filed before 2nd October 2006—
(a)this rule does not apply; and
(b)the rules of court relating to access by a non-party to statements of case in force immediately before 2nd October 2006 apply as if they had not been revoked.
(The rules relating to access by a non-party to statements of case in force immediately before 2nd October 2006 were contained in the former rule 5.4(5) to 5.4(9). The Practice Direction to this Part sets out the relevant provisions as they applied to statements of case.).”; and
(b)in rule 5.4C(4), in each place where it appears, for “that statement of case” substitute “a statement of case”.
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