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52(1)In the provisions listed in sub-paragraph (2) (but subject to any specific amendments made by or under this Act)—E+W+S+N.I.

(a)for “A county court”, in each place, substitute “ The county court ”, and

(b)for “a county court”, in each place, substitute “ the county court ”.

(2)The provisions are—

  • Access to Health Records Act 1990: section 8(5),

  • Access to Justice Act 1999: sections 17, 17A, 21 and 54 to 57,

  • Access to Medical Records Act 1988: section 8(2),

  • Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992: section 8(3),

  • Administration of Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1933: section 7(2),

  • Administration of Justice Act 1960: sections 12 and 13,

  • Administration of Justice Act 1970: section 11(b) in the words before sub-paragraph (i), and section 41(3),

  • Administration of Justice Act 1977: section 23(4)(a),

  • Administration of Justice Act 1982: section 38,

  • Administration of Justice Act 1985: section 53(2)(c),

  • Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003: sections 13 and 26A to 28,

  • Charging Orders Act 1979: sections 1(1), (2)(c) and (d) and (6), 3(4A)(a) and 6(2),

  • Charities Act 1992: section 58(1),

  • Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982: section 18(4A)(a),

  • Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002: sections 66(1) and 107(1),

  • Commons Act 2006: sections 34(5) and 46(7)(a),

  • Companies Act 2006: section 1183,

  • Communications Act 2003: section 124Q(7)(a),

  • Compensation Act 2006: section 8(2),

  • Contempt of Court Act 1981: section 14 (but not in its application to Northern Ireland as set out in Schedule 4 to that Act),

  • Crime and Disorder Act 1998: sections 1B(1) and 10,

  • Criminal Justice Act 2003: section 329(8)(c),

  • Data Protection Act 1998: section 55D(2)(a),

  • Education Act 1996: section 336(2)(g),

  • Education and Skills Act 2008: sections 56(5), 57(2), 58(4)(b), 59(4) and 65(3),

  • Electricity Act 1989: sections 39B(4)(a) and 44A(6)(b)(i),

  • Employment Rights Act 1996: sections 110(6)(a), 194(4) and 195(4),

  • Employment Tribunals Act 1996: sections 7(3)(e)(i), 13(1C), 15(1) and 19A,

  • Environmental Protection Act 1990: section 78P(8),

  • Equality Act 2006: sections 21(7)(b), 22(6), 24 and 32(9)(b), and paragraphs 11 and 12(2) of Schedule 2,

  • Equality Act 2010: sections 114(1), 119(1), 120(6), 124(6), 127(9), 138(8), 140(6) and 143(1), paragraph 12(5) of Schedule 20 and paragraphs 4(2) and 5(7) of Schedule 21,

  • Finance Act 2003: paragraph 5(1)(a) of Schedule 12, and the first “a county court” in paragraph 5(3)(a) of that Schedule,

  • Financial Services and Markets Act 2000: paragraphs 16(a) and 16D(a) of Schedule 17,

  • Gas Act 1986: sections 15A(6)(b), 27A(9)(b) and 33AB(4)(a),

  • Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Act 2003: section 155(7),

  • Highways Act 1980: sections 79(8) and (13) and 308,

  • Horserace Betting and Olympic Lottery Act 2004: section 9(6),

  • Housing Act 1980: section 86(1),

  • Housing Act 1985: sections 82A(2), 110(1), 181(1) and 272(5), and paragraph 6(5) of Schedule 18,

  • Housing Act 1988: sections 6A(2) and 40(1) and (3), and section 40(4) until its repeal by the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 is fully in force,

  • Housing Act 1996: sections 95, 138(1), 153E(6), 154(1), 155(6), 157(1) and 203(5),

  • Housing Act 2004: sections 214(1) and 215(2A), and paragraphs 5(3)(a) and 13 of Schedule 13,

  • Immigration and Asylum Act 1999: section 43(2)(a),

  • Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006: section 17(6)(a),

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  • Insolvency Act 1986: sections 196(a), 373(2), 375 and 429(1),

  • Land Registration Act 2002: sections 75(4), 76(5) and 132(3)(a),

  • Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995: sections 8(4) and 10(4),

  • Landlord and Tenant (War Damage) Act 1939: section 23(1),

  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1954: section 63(2) and (9),

  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1985: section 20C(2), and paragraph 8(2) of the Schedule,

  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1987: sections 52(1) and (3) and 60(1), and paragraphs 4(3) and 9(3) of Schedule 1, and section 52(4) until its repeal by the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 is fully in force,

  • Learning and Skills Act 2000: section 145(5),

  • Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993: sections 90, 93(3) and 101(1), paragraph 4(3) of Schedule 8 and paragraph 4 of Schedule 14,

  • Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012: sections 24(3)(b) and 36(5), paragraph 5 of Part 3 of Schedule 1 and paragraph 2(3) of Schedule 2,

  • Legal Services Act 2007: section 141(7),

  • Local Government Act 1972: section 146(3),

  • Local Government Act 2000: section 77(6)(e),

  • Local Government Finance Act 1992: paragraph 11(4) of Schedule 4,

  • Local Land Charges Act 1975: section 10(8),

  • Localism Act 2011: section 159(5),

  • London Building Acts (Amendment) Act 1939 (c. xcvii): sections 103 and 143, and entry (xxxiv) in the table in section 148(2),

  • London County Council (General Powers) Act 1955 (c. xxix): section 7(4),

  • Magistrates' Courts Act 1980: sections 87(1) and 111A(3)(a),

  • Mental Health Act 1983: section 31,

  • Mines and Quarries (Tips) Act 1969: section 28,

  • National Health Service Act 2006: sections 90(5), 94(3)(h), 105(5), 109(3)(h), 122(5) and 139(8), and paragraph 3(3)(j) of Schedule 12,

  • National Health Service (Wales) Act 2006: sections 48(5), 52(3)(h), 62(5), 66(3)(h) and 97(8), and paragraph 3(3)(j) of Schedule 7,

  • National Minimum Wage Act 1998: sections 19E(a), 38(2) and 39(2),

  • Patents Act 1977: sections 41(9), 61(7)(a), 93(a) and 107(2),

  • Pension Schemes Act 1993: sections 53(1B)(a), 115(6)(a), 150(8)(a) and 151(5)(a),

  • Pensions Act 1995: section 10(8A)(a),

  • Pensions Act 2004: sections 103(9)(a), 217(2)(a) and 218(5)(a),

  • Pensions Act 2008: section 42(2),

  • Planning Act 2008: section 171(4), and paragraph 24 of Schedule 12,

  • Protection from Harassment Act 1997: section 3A(2),

  • Rent (Agriculture) Act 1976: section 26,

  • Rent Act 1977: sections 96(3), 132(6) and 141,

  • Representation of the People Act 1983: sections 78(4), 86(1)(c) and 167(1), and rule 56(1), (4) and (5)(a) of Schedule 1, with a view to the inserted references to the county court including (as in other places in that Act) a county court in Northern Ireland,

  • Representation of the People Act 1983: section 167(3), and paragraph 9 of Schedule 4,

  • Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Civil Interests) Act 1951: section 2(1),

  • Senior Courts Act 1981: section 29(4),

  • Social Security (Recovery of Benefits) Act 1997: section 7(4),

  • Social Security Act 1989: paragraph 9 of Schedule 5,

  • Social Security Administration Act 1992: sections 71ZE(1) and 126(3)(a),

  • Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992: section 12(7),

  • Solicitors Act 1974: sections 61(6), 68(2), 69(3) and 74(3),

  • Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992: section 277(3), and paragraphs 19E(5), 28(6) and 120(6) of Schedule A1,

  • Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007: sections 27(1)(a) and 78(3), section 92(1) (in the inserted section 15D(3)), section 93(2) (in the inserted section 1(6)), section 93(3) (in the inserted section 3(4A)(a)), sections 93(6), 95(1), 104(2), 115 to 118, 119(1)(b), 122(2) and 123(1), paragraph 12(2)(b) of Schedule 5, paragraphs 3(1), 60(8) and 66(4) of Schedule 12, paragraphs 77 and 79(2)(a) of Schedule 13 (in the quoted or inserted text), paragraphs 2(2), 5, 7, 10, 18 and 21 of Schedule 15 (in the inserted text) and paragraph 3(2) of Schedule 16 (in the inserted section 429(1)),

  • Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996: section 23(3),

  • Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006: section 4(1),

  • Water Industry Act 1991: sections 30A(5), 51B(5) and 150A(6), and

  • Welfare Reform Act 2012: section 105(1) (in the inserted section 71ZE(1)).

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I1Sch. 9 para. 52 in force at 22.4.2014 by S.I. 2014/954, art. 2(c) (with art. 3) (with transitional provisions and savings in S.I. 2014/956, arts. 3-11)

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