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4(1)Where by virtue of any enactment repealed by this Act a reference to any person or body or persons in any enactment not so repealed, or in any other instrument or document, is to be construed as referring to the Commissioners, the repeal shall not effect the construction of that enactment, instrument or document; and for the purposes of subsection (4) of section one of the M1Crown Lands Act 1927 (which provided for certain references to the Commissioners of Crown Lands or any of them to be construed as referring to those Commissioners as incorporated by that Act), and for the purposes of this sub-paragraph as it applies to that subsection, the Act and order mentioned in that subsection shall be deemed to have extended to Northern Ireland.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)Any regulations in force immediately before the commencement of this Act under section six of the M2Crown Lands Act 1936 (which made provision similar to section six of this Act) shall after that commencement have effect as regulations under section six of this Act, and the provisions of this Act shall apply accordingly.
(3)The repeal by this Act of sections twenty-two to twenty-four of the M3Crown Lands Act 1866 or of any enactment amending any of those sections shall not affect the powers exercisable under section twenty-two by virtue of any lease granted before the commencement of this Act by or on behalf of the Crown, or the obligations under those sections of any person exercising those powers.
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