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6.—(1) Breach of a duty requirement or prohibition imposed by articles 13 iv, 15 iv, 22 to 25, 27, 34 (a) and (b), 39, 51, 52 (a) and (b) and 61 of the Regulation is, so far as it causes damage, actionable.
(2) Subject to paragraphs (1) and (3) and to article 5 of this Order, nothing in this Order is to be construed as conferring a right of action in any civil proceedings in respect of any failure to comply with any duty requirement or prohibition imposed by the Regulation.
(3) Paragraph (2) is without prejudice to any right to apply for judicial review which an aggrieved person may have under article 76 of the Regulation.
(4) Paragraphs (1) and (2) are without prejudice to any right of action which exists apart from the provisions of this Order.
(5) Any term of an agreement which purports to exclude or restrict the operation of paragraph (1), or any liability arising by virtue of that paragraph, is void.
(6) In this article “damage” includes the death of, or injury to, any person (including any disease and any impairment of a person’s physical or mental condition).
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