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39 .F1—(1) Subject to the following provisions, no order shall be made under Article 36 after the end of 2000 or such later time as may be specified in an order made by the Department.
(2) At any time before the restriction imposed by paragraph (1) has taken effect, the Department may by order provide that it shall not do so.
(3) In this Article “the experimental period” means the period beginning when Articles 36 to 38 come into operation and ending—
(a)when the restriction imposed by paragraph (1) takes effect, or
(b).if the Department makes an order under paragraph (2), on a date specified in the order (being a date falling before the time when the restriction imposed by paragraph (1) would otherwise have taken effect).
(4) During the experimental period—
(a)no order shall be made under Article 36 by virtue of a person's conviction under Article 14 of the Order of 1995, and
(b)no order shall be made under Article 36 except by a court of summary jurisdiction acting for a petty sessions district which is for the time being designated for the purposes of this Article.
(5) In relation to orders made under Article 36 during the experimental period, that Article shall have effect with the omission of paragraph (6) and Article 37 shall have effect as if references to the supervising court were references to the court which made the order.
(6) The power to designate a district for the purposes of this Article shall be exercisable by the Lord Chancellor by order, and includes power to revoke any designation previously made.
(7) An order under paragraph (6)—
(a)shall specify the period for which a district is designated, and
(b)may extend or abridge any period previously specified.
(8) The power to make an order under paragraph (1) shall not be exercisable after the end of 2000, and no more than one order may be made under that paragraph.
(9) Any order made by the Department under this Article shall be subject to affirmative resolution.
(10) Any order made by the Lord Chancellor under paragraph (6) shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament in like manner as a statutory instrument and section 5 of the [1946 c. 36.] Statutory Instruments Act 1946 shall apply accordingly.
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