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9.—(1) This paragraph applies where, before the appointed day, the Commission served a notice under section 27(1) of the Act requiring any person to furnish information to the Commission.
(2) Any notice to which this paragraph applies shall have effect on and after the appointed day as if requiring such information to be furnished to the new Executive.
(3) Information obtained by a notice to which this paragraph applies shall on the appointed day be transferred to the new Executive, and shall be treated for the purposes of section 28 to the Act as if it had been obtained by or as the case may be, furnished or disclosed to the new Executive.
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