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9. In section 34B(1) (registration appeals), renumber the existing text as subsection (1) of section 34B and—
(a)in the heading and in that subsection, after “registration” insert “and training”;
(b)after that subsection insert—
“(2) The General Council may by regulations make provision with respect to the charging of fees in connection with appeals under Schedule 3A.
(3) Regulations under subsection (2) may provide for the charging of different fees in different cases and may provide that fees shall not be chargeable in cases prescribed by the regulations.”.
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