15In section 118 (interpretation of Part II)—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)for the definition of “election expenses” there shall be substituted—
““election expenses”, in relation to an election, shall be construed in accordance with sections 90A to 90D above;”,
(b)in the definition of “money”, for “sections 113 and 114 above” there shall be substituted “ sections 71A, 113 and 114 above and Schedule 2A to this Act ”.
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