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(1)References in this Act to a person having or acquiring another nationality are to his being or (as the case may be) becoming a citizen of any country specified in [F1Schedule 3 to the British Nationality Act 1981] (except Solomon Islands), or of a foreign country or of the Republic of Ireland.
[F2(2)The following provisions of the British Nationality Act 1981, namely sections 45 (evidence), 46 (offences and proceedings), 48 (posthumous children) and 50 (interpretation) shall have effect for the purposes of sections 2 to 6 of this Act as if those sections of this Act were included in that Act.]
(3)A person born out of wedlock and legitimated (within the meaning of [F3section 47(2) of the British Nationality Act 1981)] by the subsequent marriage of his parents shall be treated as if he had been born legitimate for any purpose of determining his status, or any change in his status, under this Act.
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