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Regulatory Reform Act 2001

Section 13: Consequential amendments

123.Section 6 of the 1994 Act (which enables the Secretary of State to prescribe model provisions with respect to appeals) contains defined terms which refer to section 5 of the Act. Consequential amendments are needed to ensure that section 6 remains intelligible after the repeal of section 5. As the repeal does not extend to Scotland, subsection (2) provides that this section also does not extend to Scotland.

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