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(1)The Lord Chancellor F1. . . may by order amend Part I or Part II of Schedule 1 by adding to that Part any such tribunals, other than any of the ordinary courts of law, as may be provided by the order.
(2)The Lord Chancellor F1. . . may by order make provision, as respects any tribunal for the time being specified in Schedule 1, not being a tribunal mentioned in section 6, for amending that section so as to apply any of the provisions of that section to the tribunal or for providing for the appointment by the Lord Chancellor, the Lord President of the Court of Session or the Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland of the chairman of the tribunal and of any person to be appointed to act as chairman.
(3)The Lord Chancellor F1. . . may by order amend section 11 so as to apply that section to any tribunal for the time being specified in Schedule 1.
(4)Any order under subsection (1), (2) or (3) may make any such adaptations of the provisions of this Act as may be necessary or expedient in consequence of the order.
(5)The Lord Chancellor F1. . . may by order—
(a)repeal or amend section 7(3) of this Act or any of paragraphs 5 F2. . ., 9, 13, 16, 20, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 32, 35(a) F3. . ., 37, 39(c), 43, 44, 47, 49, 51, 54, 55, 56(d), 57(a), 58, 59 and 63 of Schedule 1;
[F4(b)repeal the reference in section 6 to paragraph 43 of Schedule 1;]
(c)repeal the reference in section 8(1) to the Foreign Compensation Commission and the reference in section 14(1) to paragraph 20 of Schedule 1;
(d)repeal the references in section 11 to any of paragraphs 16, 24, 37, 44, 51, 59 and 63 of Schedule 1; and
(e)repeal the references in paragraphs 21 and 53 of Schedule 1 to sections 16, 17B and 25 of the M1Forestry Act 1967.
(6)Nothing in this section authorises the making of an order with respect to a tribunal having jurisdiction only over matters with respect to which the Parliament of Northern Ireland had power to make laws.
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