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14(1)The following amendments (which do not alter the effect but facilitate express repeals in passages referring to the Council) have effect as from the appointed day.E+W+S
(2)In section 17(1)(a), (b) and (g) of the M1Harbours Act 1964 and in Parts I, II, and VII of Schedule 3 to that Act for “the Minister”, wherever occurring, there is substituted “ the Secretary of State ”.
(3)In section 17(1) of the Harbours Act 1964, at the end of the paragraphs there is inserted—
“and the said Parts I, II and VII shall have effect with respect to the procedure for the making of orders by the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food with the substitution, except in paragraph 6(2), of references to him for references to Secretary of State.”
(4)In paragraph 4(5) and paragraph 8(4) of Schedule 3 to the Harbours Act 1964, and in paragraph 3(6) of Schedule 4 to that Act, for the opening words down to “reported on and” (which require the Secretary of State, before making an order or confirming a scheme, to consider a report of the Council and the documents reported on) there is in each case substituted—
“After considering the objections (if any) made and not withdrawn, and the reports of any person who held an inquiry and any person appointed for the purpose of hearing an objector, the Secretary of State”.
(5)In pararaph 2(d) of Schedule 4 to the Harbours Act 1964 for such a local lighthouse authority as aforesaid there is substituted “ a local lighthouse authority who are not a harbour authority, ” and for the like documents as would be required to be served in compliance with sub-paragraph (c) above had the scheme been submitted by the Council there is substituted “ a copy of the scheme, together, (if copies of a map or maps wre deposited with it) with a copy of that map, or copies of those maps were deposited with it) with a copy of that map, or copies of those maps, and, in any event, with a notice stating that the scheme has been submitted to the Secretary of State and that, if the authority served desire to make to the Secretary of State objection to the scheme, they should do so in writing (stating the grounds of their objection) before the expiration of the period of forty-two days from the date on which the notice is served on them ”.
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