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Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008

Section 148 and Schedules 26 and 27: Consequential etc. amendments and transitional and saving provision

840.This section enables the Secretary of State by order to make supplementary, incidental, consequential, transitory, transitional or saving provision for the purposes of the Act. It is a power to make consequential provisions for those purposes at any time, including amendments to primary and secondary legislation. The affirmative resolution procedure will apply to any order which amends or repeals primary legislation. The section also introduces Schedule 26 (minor and consequential amendments) and Schedule 27 (transitory, transitional and saving provisions).

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