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(1) The Secretary of State must lay before Parliament—
(a) a code of practice prepared under section 47, and
(b) a draft of an order providing for the code to come into force.
(2) The Secretary of State must make the order and issue the code if the draft of the order is approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.
(3) The Secretary of State must not make the order or issue the code unless the draft of the order is so approved.
(4) The Secretary of State must prepare another code of practice under section 47 if—
(a) the draft of the order is not so approved, and
(b) the Secretary of State considers that there is no realistic prospect that it will be so approved.
(5) A code comes into force in accordance with an order under this section.
(6) Such an order—
(a) is to be a statutory instrument, and
(b) may contain transitional, transitory or saving provision.
(7) If a draft of an instrument containing an order under this section would, apart from this subsection, be treated as a hybrid instrument for the purposes of the standing orders of either House of Parliament, it is to proceed in that House as if it were not a hybrid instrument.
To be appointed: see s 120(1).