40.—(1) In Article 32(12) for “to (9)” substitute “ and (6) ”.N.I.
(2) In Schedule 5, in Part I, in paragraph 1 after the entry relating to Article 40 insert—
|“Article 40A||Protection of water and sewerage undertakers.”|
(3) In Schedule 5, in Part III, in paragraph 3 after sub-paragraph (e) insert—
“(ea)references to the Drainage Council shall be omitted;”.
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