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Children and Families Act 2014

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(1)The Secretary of State or the Lord Chancellor may by order make transitional, transitory or saving provision in connection with the coming into force of any provision of this Act.

(2)Subsections (3) to (5) apply if section 85(1) of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (“the 2012 Act”) comes into force on or before the day on which this Act is passed.

(3)Section 85 of the 2012 Act (removal of £5,000 limit on certain fines on conviction by magistrates’ court) applies in relation to the following offences as if the offences were relevant offences (as defined in section 85(3) of that Act)—

(a)the offence contained in the new section 51C(4) to be inserted into the Childcare Act 2006 by paragraph 13 of Schedule 4 to this Act;

(b)the offence contained in the new section 51F(1) to be inserted into that Act by paragraph 13 of that Schedule;

(c)the offence contained in the new section 61D(4) to be inserted into that Act by paragraph 26 of that Schedule;

(d)the offence contained in the new section 61G(1) to be inserted into that Act by paragraph 26 of that Schedule;

(e)the offence contained in the new section 69C(6) to be inserted into that Act by paragraph 36 of that Schedule;

(f)the offence contained in the new section 76B(3) to be inserted into that Act by paragraph 46 of that Schedule.

(4)Section 85 of the 2012 Act (removal of £5,000 limit on certain fines on conviction by magistrates’ court) applies in relation to the power in the new section 69A(1)(b) to be inserted into the Childcare Act 2006 by paragraph 35 of Schedule 4 to this Act as if the power were a relevant power (as defined in section 85(3) of the 2012 Act).

(5)Regulations described in section 85(11) of the 2012 Act may amend, repeal or otherwise modify a provision of this Act or the Childcare Act 2006.

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