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Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002

Section 157: Consequential and incidental provision

389.This section provides a power for the Secretary of State to make amendments to other legislation, in limited circumstances, namely that the amendments are consequential or incidental to a provision in this Act.

390.Subsection (4) makes it clear that an order, by which another enactment is amended, can only be made if it is approved by both Houses of Parliament.

391.Subsection (5) provides that where an order does anything else, it can be made provided that no contrary view is expressed by either House

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