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(1)The power to modify or apply enactments conferred on the Secretary of State by each of the sections of the Enterprise Act 2002 mentioned in subsection (2) includes power to make such consequential modifications of this Chapter as the Secretary of State considers appropriate in connection with any other provision made under that section.
(2)Those sections are—
(a)sections 248 and 277 (amendments consequential on that Act); and
(b)section 254 (power to apply insolvency law to foreign companies).
(3)In section 170(1) of the Energy Act 2004 (modification of Chapter 3 of Part 3 of that Act under the Enterprise Act 2002) after “Chapter” insert “ (including this Chapter as applied by section 96 of the Energy Act 2011) ”.
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