9 Supplementary provisions as to orders.E+W+S+N.I.
[F1(1)Any power of the Minister or Ministers to make orders under section one or section eight of this Act shall be exercised with the consent of the Treasury and after consultation with producers.]
[(2)An order under section eight of this Act shall be of no effect unless approved by resolution of each House of Parliament.]
(3)Any statutory instrument containing an order under any provision of this Part of this Act, other than [F2section eight or] section ten, shall be laid before Parliament after being made, and shall cease to have effect (without prejudice to anything previously done thereunder or to the making of a new order) on the expiration of the period of forty days, calculated in accordance with subsection (1) of section seven of the M1Statutory Instruments Act, 1946, beginning with the day on which it is made unless within that period it has been approved by resolution of each House of Parliament.
(4)An order under this Part of this Act may provide for the delegation by the Minister of any functions (other than the function of determining guaranteed prices or factors relevant to the operation of such prices) conferred or imposed on him by the order.
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