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The Statutory Sick Pay (Northern Ireland) Order 1991

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5.—(1) In consequence of this Order, in the following statutory provisions for the words “the Social Security (Northern Ireland) Acts 1975 to 1990” in each place where they occur there shall be substituted the words “ the Social Security (Northern Ireland) Acts 1975 to 1991 ”

Sub-paras. (a),(b) rep. by 1992 c. 9

(c)Article 6(5) of the Forfeiture (Northern Ireland) Order 1982F1;

Sub-para. (d) rep. by 1993 c.49

(e)paragraph (b) of the definition of “the benefit Acts” in Article 2(2) of the 1986 Order.

Para. (2)—Repeals

Paras. (3)‐(5) rep. by 1992 c. 9

(6) The amendment or repeal by this Order of any provision of the 1982 Order or any other statutory provision which applies to any extent in relation to the Crown, or to persons employed by or under the Crown, has effect in relation to the Crown or any such persons to the same extent as the statutory provision amended or repealed; and the powers conferred by paragraph (3) are correspondingly exercisable in relation to the Crown or any such persons.

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