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11.—(1) This regulation applies where a direction under section 57D(1) of the Act is in force and a person makes a request under section 57B(2) of the Act(1) for the review of a decision as provided for by that subsection.
(2) Subject to paragraph (3), the body specified in the direction shall review the decision as if it were an allegation made under section 57A of the Act, as modified by regulation 9 or 10 (as the case may be).
(3) No individual who took part in the making of the decision shall take part in the review of that decision.
(4) If by virtue of paragraph (2) a decision is made that no action should be taken in respect of an allegation, section 57B of the Act does not apply in relation to that decision.
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