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8. (1) This paragraph applies where, before the appointed day, the Commission—
(a)approved or issued a code of practice under section 16(1) of the existing Act; or
(b)revised, or approved a revision (or proposed revision) of, a code of practice or part of a code of practice, under section 16(4) of the existing Act.
(2) On and after the appointed day—
(a)any code of practice to which this paragraph applies shall have effect as if the code, and any revision of the code, had been approved or issued by the new Executive;
(b)any withdrawal under section 16(5) of the existing Act of the Commission’s approval of any code of practice to which this paragraph applies shall have effect as if it had been done by the new Executive; and
(c)any notices issued by the Commission under section 16(3) or (6) shall have effect as if they had been issued by the new Executive.
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