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(1)The Sovereign Grant provisions cease to have effect 6 months after the end of the present reign unless continued under subsection (3).
(2)“The Sovereign Grant provisions” are sections 1 to 9, 11 and 12.
(3)An Order in Council may provide that, instead of expiring when they would otherwise expire (by virtue of subsection (1) or a previous Order under this subsection), the Sovereign Grant provisions expire 6 months after the end of the reign in which the Order is made.
(4)In section 1(1) of the Civil List Act 1952 (payment of hereditary revenues into the Consolidated Fund) for “during the present reign and a period of six months afterwards” substitute “ while section 1 of the Sovereign Grant Act 2011 is in force ”.
(5)Sections 5 and 6 of the Civil List Act 1837 (honorific pensions) have permanent effect.
(6)The sums required for the payment of pensions under section 5 of that Act (whether granted before or after the passing of this Act) are to be charged on and paid out of the Consolidated Fund.
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