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(1)In section 14(2) of the M1Crown Proceedings Act 1947 (summary applications to High Court for payment of purchase tax and furnishing of information relating thereto) and in section 14 of that Act as it applies in Northern Ireland for the words “purchase tax” in paragraphs (c) and (d) there shall be substituted the words “value added tax”; but without prejudice to the operation of that section as originally enacted (or of the section substituted for Northern Ireland) with respect to purchase tax becoming due before the coming into force of this section or with respect to so much of the enactments relating to purchase tax as remains in force thereafter.
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(5)In section 9 of the M2 International Organisations Act 1968 for the words “or of purchase tax” there shall be substituted the words “value added tax or car tax” and in paragraph 7 of Schedule 1 to that Act for the words “purcahse tax paid on any goods” there shall be substituted the words “car tax paid on any vehicles and value added tax paid on the supply of any goods or services”; but without prejudice to the operation of that section or paragraph as originally enacted with respect to purchase tax becoming due before the coming into force of this section.
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(7)This section shall come into force on 1st April 1973.
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