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1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Quality and Safety of Organs Intended for Transplantation Regulations 2012.
(2) Except as provided under paragraph (3), these Regulations come into force on 27th August 2012.
(3) These Regulations come into force on 12th July 2012 so far as necessary to enable anything to be done for the purposes of granting, refusing or reconsidering licence applications, or varying, suspending or revoking licences in respect of activities required by virtue of these Regulations to be authorised by a licence from 27th August 2012, including but not limited to—
(a)giving directions under section 23(1) of, or paragraph 2(4)(c) to (f) of Schedule 3 to, the 2004 Act;
(b)publishing guidance under regulation 12;
(c)establishing the Framework under regulation 13; and
(d)the fixing of fees.
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