PART D: WOVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY (PART 6 OF THE MEASURE)
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|Reference||Extent of repeal|
|Local Government Act 2000|
In section 21(13)(aa), the final “and”.
In section 21A(1)(c), the words “in the case of a local authority in England”.
In section 21A(6)(a), the words “in England”.
In section 21B(1), the words “in England”.
In section 22, the words “in England”