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|Measure||Extent of repeal|
|1963 No. 1, Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1963|
In section 1, in subsection (2) paragraph (b), and in subsection (3), paragraph (a) and in paragraph (c) the words from “of any commission” to “also”.
In section 6, in subsection (1) paragraph (a).
In section 7, in subsection (1)(a) the letter “(a),”.
In section 11, subsection (1).
In section 14, in subsection (1) the words from “(b) any other offence” to the end of the subsection.
In section 15, the words from “but this limitation” to the end”.
In section 16, the words from “Provided that” to the end.”
In section 46, in subsection (1) the words from “other than” to “this Measure” and in subsection (2) the words from the beginning to “section sixty-nine of this Measure”.
In section 69 the words from “Provided that” to the end.
In section 70 the words “IV, V or”.