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|Act or instrument repealed/revoked||Reference||Extent of repeal/ revocation|
|Consumer Credit Act 2006||2006 c. 14||Sections 55, 56(2), 57 and 58 and Schedule 1|
|Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007||2007 c. 15||Paragraph 11 of Schedule 10|
|Consumer Credit Appeals Tribunal Rules 2008||S.I. 2008/668||The whole of the Rules|
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