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|Chapter||Short title||Extent of repeal|
|1984 c. 27.||The Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.||Schedule 3.|
|1985 c. 51.||The Local Government Act 1985.||In Schedule 5, paragraph 4(7).|
|1990 c. 43.||The Environmental Protection Act 1990.||In Schedule 15, paragraph 23.|
|1991 c. 22.||The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.||In Schedule 8, paragraphs 26 and 79.|