Repeals and savingsE+W+N.I.
7(1)Section six hundred and eighty-eight of the M1Merchant Shipping Act 1894, the M2Shipowners’ Negligence (Remedies) Act 1905, and the M3Merchant Shipping (Stevedores and Trimmers) Act 1911 (which relate to the detention of ships by customs officers in certain cases), and so much of subsection (2) of section forty-six of the M4Diseases of Animals Act 1894, as enables a local authority to recover expenses in burying or destroying carcases in the same manner as salvage is recoverable, shall cease to have effect, but nothing in this Part of this Schedule affects the provisions of section [F1226 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995] (which relates to the power of a receiver of wreck to detain a ship in respect of a salvage claim).E+W+N.I.
(2)Nothing in this Part of this Schedule shall authorise proceedings in rem in respect of any claim against the Crown, or the arrest, detention or sale of any of Her Majesty’s ships or Her Majesty’s aircraft, or of any cargo or other property belonging to the Crown.
In this sub-paragraph “Her Majesty’s ships” and “Her Majesty’s aircraft” have the meanings assigned to them by subsection (2) of section thirty-eight of the M5Crown Proceedings Act 1947.
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