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(a)a proper officer of a local authority or a registered medical practitioner has certified under section 43 of the 1984 Act (person dying in hospital with notifiable disease) that a body should not be removed from hospital except for the purpose of being taken directly to a mortuary or forthwith buried or cremated; and
(b)the body subject to the certification remains in that hospital immediately before 6th April 2010,
for the purposes of the certification and the body, section 43 of the 1984 Act shall continue in force (notwithstanding its repeal by the 2008 Act).
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