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3. In the Arrangement of Regulations—
(a)after the entry relating to regulation 29, insert—
(b)after the entry relating to regulation 32, insert—
(c)for the entry relating to regulation 47 substitute—
“47.Interpretation of Part 9
47A.Duty owed to economic operators
47B.Duty owed to GPA economic operators
47C.Enforcement of duties through the Court
47D.General time limits for starting proceedings
47E.Special time limits for seeking a declaration of ineffectiveness
47G.Contract-making suspended by challenge to award decision
47I.Remedies where the contract has not been entered into
47J.Remedies where the contract has been entered into
47K.Grounds for ineffectiveness
47L.General interest grounds for not making a declaration of ineffectiveness
47M.The consequences of ineffectiveness
47N.Penalties in addition to, or instead of, ineffectiveness
47O.Ineffectiveness etc. in relation to specific contracts based on a framework agreement
47P.Injunctions against the Crown”.
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