Where a public body's notice1 ceases2 to be in force3, building regulations4 may provide that if:
(1) a public body's plans certificate5 was given before the day on which the public body's notice ceased to be in force6; and
(2) that certificate was accepted by the local authority7, before, on or after that day8; and
(3) before that day, that acceptance was not rescinded by a notice9,
then, with respect to the work specified in the certificate, such of the functions10 of a local authority11 as may be prescribed12 for these purposes either are not exercisable or are exercisable only
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