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4.—(1) To the extent that there is a conflict between—
(a)the COTIF Regulations, including the Convention to which they give the force of law, and
the latter shall prevail.
(2) In the COTIF Regulations, after regulation 2 (interpretation), insert—
2A. To the extent that there is a conflict between—
(a)these Regulations, including the Convention to which they give the force of law, and
(b)the Rail Passengers’ Rights and Obligations Regulations 2010,
the latter shall prevail.”
(3) In this regulation—
“the Convention” has the same meaning as in the COTIF Regulations, and
“the COTIF Regulations” means the Railways (Convention on International Carriage by Rail) Regulations 2005(1).
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