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15(1)The repeals and revocations made by this Act shall not affect—E+W
(a)any provisions regulating, in relation to a drainage district or sub-district, the apportionment for any financial year beginning before 1993 between drainage rates and special levies of any expenses of an internal drainage board; or
(b)the powers of the drainage board for any internal drainage district to make a drainage rate, or to levy differential drainage rates, in respect of a financial year beginning before 1993;
and the applicable provisions of the 1976 Act and of the M1Internal Drainage Boards (Finance) Regulations 1990 shall continue, notwithstanding those repeals and revocations, to have effect (instead of any provisions of the Land Drainage Act 1991) for the purposes of, and in connection with, the making or levying of any such apportionment or rate and otherwise in relation to drainage rates made in respect of any such financial year.
(a)any order has been made under section 68 of the 1976 Act or is made under that section by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) above or any other thing has been or is done under or for the purposes of any provision having effect by virtue of that sub-paragraph in relation to drainage rates made in respect of a financial year beginning before 1993; and
(b)apart from the repeals and revocations made by this Act, that order or thing would have effect both in relation to a rate so made and in relation to drainage rates made in respect of one or more financial years beginning in or after 1993,
that order or other thing shall have effect in relation to the drainage rates made in respect of the latter years as if it had been made or done under or for the purposes of the corresponding provision of Part IV of the Land Drainage Act 1991; and references in that Act, in any other enactment or in any subordinate legislation or document to orders made under that Act or to any other thing done under or for the purposes of that Act shall be construed accordingly.
(3)References in paragraphs 17 to 19 below, in relation to any drainage rate made for a financial year beginning before 1993, to section 64 of the 1976 Act include references to that section as it has effect, subject to the provisions of the Internal Drainage Boards (Finance) Regulations 1990, by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) above.
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