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(1)Except as provided in subsections (2) to (4), this Act comes into force on such day as the Secretary of State may appoint by order.
(2)The following provisions come into force on the day on which this Act is passed—
(a)Parts 2 to 6,
(b)Part 8, except section 78,
(c)Part 9, except sections 84 and 87,
(d)sections 89 to 97,
(e)sections 98 to 100, except so far as they extend to Scotland,
(f)section 101 and Schedule 7, except so far as they relate to the entries in respect of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967,
(h)Part 13, except section 121,
(i)this Part, except section 125 and Schedule 8 so far as they relate to the entries—
(i)in Part 1 of Schedule 8,
(ii)in Part 5 of Schedule 8, in respect of the Nuclear Installations Act 1965,
(iii)in Part 6 of Schedule 8, in respect of the British Transport Commission Act 1962 and the Ministry of Defence Police Act 1987, so far as those entries extend to Scotland,
(iv)in Part 7 of Schedule 8, in respect of Schedule 5 to the Terrorism Act 2000.
(3)The following provisions come into force at the end of the period of two months beginning with the day on which this Act is passed—
(4)The following provisions come into force on such day as the Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers, acting jointly, may appoint by order—
(a)sections 98 to 100, so far as they extend to Scotland,
(b)section 101 and Schedule 7, so far as they relate to the entries in respect of the Police (Scotland) Act 1967, and
(c)section 125 and Schedule 8, so far as they relate to the entries in Part 6 of Schedule 8 in respect of the British Transport Commission Act 1962 and the Ministry of Defence Police Act 1987, so far as those entries extend to Scotland.
(5)Different days may be appointed for different provisions and for different purposes.
(6)An order under this section—
(a)must be made by statutory instrument, and
(b)may contain incidental, supplemental, consequential or transitional provision.
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