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|Chapter||Short title||Extent of repeal|
|7 & 8 Eliz. 2. c. 72.||The Mental Health Act 1959.||Section 26(5).|
|In section 31(4) the words “or with the day on which he attains the age of sixteen years, whichever is the later”.|
|In section 34(5) the words “or on the day on which he attains the age of sixteen years, whichever is the later”.|
|In section 38(2) the words “who has attained the age of sixteen years”.|
|In section 41(5) the words “having attained the age of sixteen years”.|
|In section 43(6) the words “who has attained the age of sixteen years”.|
|In section 45, in subsection (2) the words “or subsection (2) of section forty-four” and in subsection (3) the words “or section forty-four”.|
|Section 62(2) to (4).|
|In section 63, in subsection (3), paragraph (b) together with the word “and” preceding it and in subsection (4) the words “admitted to hospital in pursuance of a hospital order, or” and “or with the day on which he attains the age of sixteen years, whichever is the later”.|
|Section 66(6) to (8).|
|In section 75(1)(b) the words “or authorise” and “to exercise”.|
|Sections 77 and 78.|
|In section 103, in subsection (1)(d) and (dd) the words from “so however” onwards and in subsection (3) the words from the beginning to “and” where it first occurs.|
|In section 147, in subsection (1), the definitions of “direction restricting discharge” and “order restricting discharge”, and subsection (5).|
|In section 152 the words “section one hundred and forty-six”.|
|In Schedule 3, the entries relating to section 36.|
|In Schedule 7, in Part II, the entry relating to the Representation of the People Act 1949.|
|8 & 9 Eliz. 2. c. 61.||The Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1960.||In Schedule 4, the entry relating to the Representation of the People Act 1949.|
|1961 c. 15 (N.I.).||The Mental Health Act (Northern Ireland) 1961.||In Schedule 5, paragraph 5.|
|1967 c. 60.||The Sexual Offences Act 1967.||In section 1(3) the words “within the meaning of the Mental Health Act 1959”.|
|1968 c. 19.||The Criminal Appeal Act 1968.||In Schedule 3, paragraph 1.|
|1969 c. 48.||The Post Office Act 1969.||In Schedule 4, paragraph 66.|
|1969 c. 54.||The Children and Young Persons Act 1969.||In Schedule 5, paragraph 41.|
|1971 c. 23.||The Courts Act 1971.||In Schedule 8, in paragraph 38, the figures “73(2)(c)”, “77(1)” and “73(2)(b)”.|
|1975 c. 29.||The Mental Health (Amendment) Act 1975.||The whole Act.|
|1977 c. 49.||The National Health Service Act 1977.||In Schedule 14, in paragraph 13(1)(b) the figure “95”.|
|In Schedule 15, paragraph 33(a).|
|1980 c. 43.||The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980.||In Schedule 7, paragraphs 33 and 34.|
|1980 c. 53.||The Health Services Act 1980.||In Schedule 1, paragraph 13(8).|
|1981 c. 54.||The [F1Senior Courts Act 1981].||In Schedule 5, paragraph 1 of the entry relating to the Mental Health Act 1959 and the entry relating to the Courts Act 1971.|
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