Repayment of feesN.I.
92. (1) Regulations under this Order which prescribe any fee for the purpose of any provision of this Order may make provision for the repayment of any such fee paid or purported to be paid, in pursuance of that provision of this Order, including provision—
(a)that repayment shall be made only if a specified person is satisfied that specified conditions are met or in other circumstances;
(b)that repayment shall be made in part only;
(c)that, in the case of partial repayment, the amount repaid shall be a specified sum or determined in a specified manner; and
(d)for repayment of different amounts in different circumstances.
(2) In this Article “specified” means specified in the regulations.
Regulations and ordersN.I.
93. (1) Any regulations or orders made by the Department under this Order (other than orders made under Article 69(2) or paragraph 14(6) of Schedule 4) shall be subject to negative resolution.
(2) Any regulations made by the Director under this Order shall be laid before the Assembly by the Department and shall be subject to negative resolution.
94. (1) It shall be the duty of any person to whom a direction is given under this Order to give effect to that direction.
(2) Any power conferred by this Order to give a direction shall include power to vary or revoke the direction.
(3) Any direction given under this Order shall be in writing.
Amendments, transitional provisions, savings and repealsN.I.
95. Para. (1)—Amendments
(2) Without prejudice to section 17(2) of the Interpretation Act (Northern Ireland) 1954F1, the Department may by order make such modifications of instruments made under statutory provisions as appear to the Department necessary or expedient in consequence of the provisions of this Order; and in this paragraph “instrument” has the meaning assigned to it by section 1(c) of that Act of 1954.
(3) The transitional provisions and savings contained in Schedule 13 shall have effect.
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