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(1)Subject to subsections (2) to (6), this Act extends to England and Wales and Scotland only.
(2)The following provisions extend to England and Wales only—
(a)section 9 (documents containing information about green deal plans: England and Wales),
(b)section 14(3) to (5) (acknowledgment of green deal plan in respect of property in England or Wales),
(c)section 15(3) (further provision made in regulations for acknowledgment of such a plan),
(d)sections 42 to 53 (private rented sector: England and Wales),
(e)section 74 (access to register of energy performance certificates etc: England and Wales),
(f)section 110 (energy efficiency aim), and
(g)section 115 (additional powers of the Coal Authority: England and Wales).
(3)The following provisions extend to Scotland only—
(a)section 10 (documents containing information about green deal plans: Scotland),
(b)section 14(6) to (8) (acknowledgment of green deal plan in respect of property in Scotland),
(c)section 15(4) (further provision made in regulations for acknowledgment of such a plan),
(d)section 35(6) (green deal appeals: revocation or amendment of delegated legislation by Scottish Ministers),
(e)sections 54 to 65 (private rented sector: Scotland),
(f)section 75 (access to register of energy performance certificates etc: Scotland), and
(g)section 116 (additional powers of the Coal Authority: Scotland).
(4)Section 113 (renewable heat incentives in Northern Ireland) extends to Northern Ireland only.
(5)Section 114 (power for Gas and Electricity Markets Authority to act on behalf of Northern Ireland authority in connection with scheme under section 113) extends to England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
(6)Subject to section 118(1) and subsection (7) below, an amendment or repeal of an enactment has the same extent as the enactment amended or repealed.
(7)The amendments made by sections 25 to 29 (green deal: modifying consumer credit legislation) extend to England and Wales and Scotland only.
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