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72.—(1) The 2009 Regulations are revoked.
(2) Notwithstanding the revocation of the 2009 Regulations, regulation 72 of those Regulations shall continue to have effect in respect of those complaints, conduct matters or DSI matters to which it applies.
(3) These Regulations apply to a complaint, conduct matter or DSI matter relating to —
(a)a relevant officer, relevant official of the Secretary of State, relevant contractor, official exercising customs revenue functions or a customs revenue contractor where the conduct or matter is alleged to have occurred on or after 6th April 2010;
(b)a relevant officer, relevant official of the Secretary of State or an official exercising customs revenue functions where the conduct or matter is alleged to have occurred on or after 5th August 2009 and before 6th April 2010, but does not come to the attention of the relevant appropriate authority until on or after 6th April 2010; and
(c)an immigration officer exercising specified enforcement functions or an official of the Secretary of State exercising specified enforcement functions in relation to immigration or asylum where the conduct or matter is alleged to have occurred after 1st April 2007 and before 5th August 2009, but does not come to the attention of the relevant appropriate authority until on or after 6th April 2010.
(4) In this regulation the term “specified enforcement functions” has the same meaning as in the 2008 Regulations.
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