(1)Sections F1... 25 and 31(1) and (2) extend to—
(a)England and Wales, and
(2)Other provisions of this Act extend (subject to subsection (3)) to—
(a)England and Wales,
(3)A provision of this Act which amends another Act shall (subject to subsection (1)) have the same extent as the relevant part of the amended Act (ignoring extent by virtue of an Order in Council).
(4)Her Majesty may by Order in Council direct that a provision of this Act is to extend, with or without modification or adaptation, to—
(a)any of the Channel Islands;
(b)the Isle of Man.
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