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(1)In the Commonwealth Secretariat Act 1966 (c. 10) the following provisions (which limit the privileges and immunities of the Secretariat) are omitted—
(a)in section 1, subsections (3) and (4), and
(b)in the Schedule, paragraph 1(1)(b) and the word “and” before it.
(2)In Schedule 3 to the Arbitration Act 1996 (c. 23) (consequential amendments), paragraph 23 is omitted.
(3)This section does not have effect in relation to any written contract entered into by or on behalf of the Commonwealth Secretariat before this section comes into force.
(4)“The Commonwealth Secretariat” has the same meaning as in the Commonwealth Secretariat Act 1966.
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