86 Regulations and orders.E+W+S
(1)Any power to make orders or regulations conferred on the Secretary of State by this Act shall be exercisable by statutory instrument, and any such order or regulations may make different provision for different circumstances.
(a)an order under any provision of this Act except section 11(16), F1. . . 62, 69(4) or 94(2) or paragraph 7 of Schedule 11, or
(b)regulations under section 9 or Part V of this Act,
the Secretary of State shall consult such organisations as appear to him to be representative of interests substantially affected by the order or regulations.
(3)In the case of an order made under section 1(3) or 8(6) above which relates to imperial units, measures or weights, the Secretary of State in acting under subsection (2) above shall have particular regard to the need to consult organisations representative of the interests of consumers.
(4)Before making an order under section 62 above, the Secretary of State shall consult an organisation which in his opinion represents such local authorities (within the meaning of section 55(3) above) as he considers appropriate in connection with the proposal.
(5)An order under any provision of this Act except section 11(16), F1. . . 69(4) or 94(2) or paragraph 7 of Schedule 11 shall not be made unless a draft of the order has been laid before, and approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.
(6)Any statutory instrument containing regulations made under this Act shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
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