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Transitional provision

    (1)     Subject to subsection (2), the amendments to this Part made by sections 4, 5 and 6 of the Wrongs (Amendment) Act 2000 must be taken to apply to wrongs that occurred before the commencement of that Act as if those amendments had been in force when the wrong occurred.

    (2)     This Part, as in force before the commencement of the Wrongs (Amendment) Act 2000 , continues to apply to a wrong about which—

        (a)     a court has, before that commencement, given judgment or made a decision (including a judgment or decision about liability only), whether or not an appeal has been made against that judgment or decision before that commencement or is made on or after that commencement; or

        (b)     the persons responsible for the damage have, before that commencement, entered into an agreement to settle claims arising from the wrong (including an agreement about liability only).

Pt 5A (Heading and s. 28A) inserted by No. 9353 s. 2(b).

Part VA—Assessment of damages

S. 28A inserted by No. 9353 s. 2(b).

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