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10(1)In section 30(4) of the M1Harbours Act 1964 (duty of authority to supply copy of list of charges) for “the Council” there is substituted as from the appointed day “the Secretary of State”.E+W+S
(2)In section 31 of the Harbours Act 1964 (right of objection to certain charges) as from the appointed day—
(a)for “the Council”, wherever occurring, there is substituted “ the Secretary of State ”, and where necessary in consequence of that substitution for pronouns and verbs in the plural there are substituted corresponding pronouns and verbs in the singular; and
(b)in subsection (13) the words from “and in relation” to the end are repealed.
(3)Sections 30(4) and 31 of the M2Harbours Act 1964, and any enactment applying in relation to inquiries under the said section 31, have effect as from the appointed day as if anything previously done by or in relation to the Council (including any direction given by the Council and in force immediately before that day) had been done by or in relation to the Secretary of State.
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