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|Chapter or Number||Short title or title||Extent of repeal or revocation|
|Group 1 – Stannaries|
|32 & 33 Vict. c.19.||Stannaries Act 1869.||The whole Act.|
|50 & 51 Vict. c.43.||Stannaries Act 1887.||The whole Act.|
|53 & 54 Vict. c.39.||Partnership Act 1890.||In section 1(2), the words “; or (c) A company engaged in working mines within and subject to the jurisdiction of the Stannaries”.|
|Group 2 – Sea Fish|
|46 & 47 Vict. c.22.||Sea Fisheries Act 1883.||The whole Act.|
|SR&O, 8 February 1890.||Order in Council applying the Sea Fisheries Act 1883 to the International Convention of 1 February 1889.||The whole Order.|
|SR&O 1903 No.214.||Order in Council applying the Sea Fisheries Act 1883 to the United Kingdom – Denmark Convention of 24 June 1901.||The whole Order.|
|1968 c.77.||Sea Fisheries Act 1968.||Section 22(6).|
|1976 c.86.||Fishery Limits Act 1976.||In Schedule 2, paragraph 5.|
|1987 c.18.||Debtors (Scotland) Act 1987.||In Schedule 6, paragraph 9.|
|Group 3 – Sewers Support|
|46 & 47 Vict. c.37.||Public Health Act 1875 (Support of Sewers) Amendment Act 1883.||The whole Act.|
|1989 c.15.||Water Act 1989.||In Schedule 25, paragraph 3.|
|In Schedule 26, paragraph 46.|
|1991 c.56.||Water Industry Act 1991.||Section 97(6).|
|Group 4 – Agricultural Research|
|4 & 5 Eliz.2 c.28.||Agricultural Research Act 1956.||The whole Act.|
|9 & 10 Eliz.2 c.9.||Agricultural Research etc. (Pensions) Act 1961.|
In section 1(1)—
(a) the words from “The Agricultural Research Council” to “schemes, and”;
(b) paragraph (a).
|In section 2(1), from “and may be cited” to the end.|
|1965 c.4.||Science and Technology Act 1965.||In section 1(1)(a), the words “the Agricultural Research Council and”.|
|In section 2(4), the words “and the Agricultural Research Council” and the words from “and the Agricultural Research Fund” to “maintained”.|
|In section 2(5), the words “the Agricultural Research Council and”.|
|Group 5 – General Repeals|
|25 Hen.8 c.34. (1533)||An Acte concernyng the attaynder of John Wolff his wyffe and others.||The whole Act as it applies to the Isle of Man.|
|9 Geo.1 c.17. (1722)||An Act to inflict Pains and Penalties on Francis Lord Bishop of Rochester.||The whole Act as it applies to the Isle of Man.|
|7 Ann. c.27.||Morrison’s Haven and Fort, East Lothian Act 1708.||The whole Act.|
|29 Geo.3 c.42.||Cockburnspath Bridge, Berwick Act 1789.||The whole Act.|
|6 & 7 Vict. c.90.||Public Notaries Act 1843.||The whole Act as it applies to the Isle of Man.|
|7 & 8 Geo.5 c.21.||Venereal Disease Act 1917.||The whole Act.|
|19 & 20 Geo.5 c.29.||Government Annuities Act 1929.||In sections 32(4), 62(3) and 62(4), the word “Scotland,”.|
|26 Geo.5 & 1 Edw.8 c.2.||Government of India Act 1935.||The whole Act.|
|9 & 10 Geo.6 c.18.||Statutory Orders (Special Procedure) Act 1945.||Section 8(2) as it applies to Scotland.|
|10 &11 Geo.6 c.30.||Indian Independence Act 1947.||Section 18(2).|
|1964 c.16.||Industrial Training Act 1964.||Section 16.|
|1969 c.48.||Post Office Act 1969.||Section 113.|
|1985 c.68.||Housing Act 1985.||Section 173.|
|Section 174(b) and the preceding “and”.|
|1993 c.11.||Clean Air Act 1993.||In section 30(4), the words “and (3)”.|
|1993 c.50.||Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1993.||In section 3(3), the words “the Isle of Man,”.|
|1994 c.19.||Local Government (Wales) Act 1994.||In Schedule 9, paragraph 17(1), the words “in paragraph (b) at the beginning insert “in England” and”.|
|In Schedule 16, paragraphs 11, 40(2)(b), 57(6), 67, 70 and 93.|
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