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3(1)Where for the purpose of determining the enactments and subordinate legislation which have effect under paragraphs 1 and 2 above it is necessary to take account of any modifications or successive modifications of any enactment or subordinate legislation as originally enacted or made—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)neither paragraph 1 nor paragraph 2 above shall apply in relation to any commencement or transitional provision or saving made in connection with any such modifications; but
(b)notwithstanding the repeals made by this Act, on and after the appointed day any such provision or saving (whether contained in, or in subordinate legislation made under, any existing enactment or not) shall continue to have effect, in so far as it relates to any enactment or subordinate legislation which has effect under paragraph 1 or 2 above, for the purpose of determining the cases, circumstances or persons in relation to which that enactment or subordinate legislation so has effect.
(2)On and after the appointed day so much of any enactment or subordinate legislation as, notwithstanding its modification by any other enactment or subordinate legislation, is continuing immediately before that day to have effect, in relation to particular cases, circumstances or persons—
(a)by virtue of any commencement or transitional provision or saving made in connection with any such modifications as are mentioned in sub-paragraph (1) above; or
(b)by virtue of section 36(2) of the M1Parliamentary and other Pensions Act 1972 (transitional provisions),
shall continue to have effect in accordance with the provision or saving, or with the said section 36(2), as if it too were contained in regulations made under and in accordance with section 2 of this Act and could be modified accordingly.
(3)Sub-paragraph (2) above shall apply to the provisions of section 8 of the M2Parliamentary Pensions Act 1978 (as they have effect by virtue of sections 3(1) and 5(7) of the M3Parliamentary Pensions etc. Act 1984) as it applies to the other enactments repealed by virtue of the said section 3(1).
(4)In subsection (2) of section 14 of the M4Ministerial Salaries and Members Pensions Act 1965 (payments due to deceased persons), as it has effect under sub-paragraph (2) above, the reference to the amount payments in excess of which cannot (except in so far as they are due by way of interest) be made under that subsection shall have effect as a reference to the amount of the limit for the time being specified by virtue of orders made from time to time under section 6 of the M5Administration of Estates (Small Payments) Act 1965 in the enactments listed in Part I of Schedule 1 to the last-mentioned Act of 1965.
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