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4. Until 1st April 2010, paragraph 4 of Schedule 5 has effect as if the following sub-paragraph were inserted after paragraph 4(4)—
“(5) For the purposes of this paragraph, a barrister will be deemed to have in force a practising certificate issued by the General Council of the Bar if the only reason that a practising certificate has not been issued is that the barrister has not paid the prescribed practising certificate fee.”.
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