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(1)For section 3 of the M1 Agricultural Wages Act 1948 (power to fix remuneration and holidays) there shall be substituted the section set out in Part 1 of Schedule 9 to this Act (which reproduces section 3 with amendments enabling the Agricultural Wages Board to fix other terms and conditions of employment as well as remuneration and holidays and to specify the date from which remuneration fixed by them is to be payable).
(2)The other provision of that Act shall have effect subject to the amendments set out in Part II of Schedule 9to this Act, being minor and consequential amendments.
(3)For section 3 of the M2 Agricultural Wages (Scotland) Act 1949 (power to fix remuneration and holidays) there shall be substituted the section set out in Part 1 of Schedule 10 to this Act (which reproduces section 3 with amendments enabling the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board to fix other terms and conditions of employment as well as remuneration fixed by them is to be payable).
(4)The other provisions of the said Act of 1949 shall have effect subject to the amendments set out in Part II of Schedule 10 to this Act, being minor and consequential amendments.
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