(1)Subject to the following provisions, this Act extends to England and Wales and Scotland but not to Northern Ireland.
(2)[Sections 36(2) and (4), 37(1) and (5), 38 and 39] extend to England and Wales only.
(3)Sections 201 and 238 (and sections 236 and 243, this section and section 245) extend to Northern Ireland (as well as to England and Wales and Scotland).
(4)Sections 240 and 242 and Schedules 1 and 3 have the same extent as the provisions amended or repealed by this Act.
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