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3. In any provision to which this paragraph applies—
(a)any reference to a solicitor or to a client of a solicitor shall be construed as including a reference to a licensed body or to a client of such a body;
(b)any reference to a client’s solicitor shall be construed as including a reference to any licensed body acting for a client;
(c)“he”, “him” or “his” shall be construed in relation to a licensed body as meaning “it” or “its”;
(d)any reference to any employee of a solicitor who is an authorised person includes a reference to any employee or manager of the licensed body who is such a person;
(e)except as provided by sub-paragraph (d), any reference to any employee of a solicitor includes a reference to any employee or manager of the licensed body.
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