Suppose that "s" is neither true nor false. Then the left hand side of (1) is false, but the right hand side is neither true nor false. It seems to me that a reasonable multivalent logic will not allow an "if and only if" sentence to be true when one side of it is false and the other side is not false. So, it seems that the T-schema requires bivalence.
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