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8.—(1) Fees payable to the Board or the General Council by virtue of rules under article 24(5) of the 2003 Order in respect of services provided in performing functions under the 2003 Order before the appointed day but not paid by that day, shall be payable to the General Council.
(2) Rules under article 24 of the 2003 Order which are in force on the appointed day shall—
(a)have effect as if the fees chargeable by the Board by virtue of those rules were chargeable by the General Council;
(b)have effect as if the fees chargeable by virtue of those rules in respect of functions performed under the 2003 Order, were chargeable in respect of functions performed under the corresponding provisions of the 1983 Act; and
(c)remain in force until such time as the General Council has made regulations under section 34B(2) or, as the case may be, 34O(1) of the 1983 Act.
(3) For the purpose of sub-paragraph (2)(b), fees chargeable in respect of requests made to the Board to issue the statements of eligibility for registration referred to in article 11(7) or 14(11) of the 2003 Order shall be treated as chargeable in respect of requests made to the Registrar for written statements that a person is eligible for inclusion in the General Practitioner Register or, as the case may be, the Specialist Register.
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