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(1)The power to levy the duties on local taxation licences to which this section applies shall, [F1in England F2. . . be vested in the councils of districts][F3and in Wales be vested in the councils of counties and county boroughs].
(2)His Majesty may, by Order in Council, . . . F4 make provision for the furnishing by [F5F6. . . councils] of returns to the Local Government Board as to the amounts levied under the power transferred by this section.
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Subsections (3) (4) and (5) of section twenty of the M1Local Government Act, 1888, and any other provisions of that Act relating to the levy of the duties on local taxation licences by county councils shall, as respects the duties to which this section applies, have effect as if the power to levy those duties had been transferred under subsection (3) of section twenty of that Act [F7and as if any reference in those provisions to a county council were a reference to a council having power to levy those duties after 1st April 1974][F8or, in relation to Wales, to a council having power to levy those duties after 1st April 1996]
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[F13(5)In relation to Greater London, references in this section to a district council shall be construed as references to the council of a London borough or the Common Council of the City of London].
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