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14. In regulation 54 (Consumer Credit (Agreements) Regulations 1983) before paragraph (a), insert—
“(za)in paragraph 10, in column 2, for “Part 4” substitute “regulation 6”;
(zb)in paragraph 19A, in columns 1 and 2, after “Total Charge for Credit Regulations” insert “1980”;”.
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