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1(1)The following provisions of the Crown Lands Acts 1829 to 1936 (which provide for the management of particular properties to be transferred from one authority to another), as amended by any subsequent enactment, shall continue in force, that is to say—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)sections twenty-one to twenty-three of the M1Crown Lands Act 1851 (by virtue of which the Minister of Works and others have powers of management in the case of certain Royal parks and other land or buildings) F1. . .;
(b)section thirteen of the M2Crown Lands Act 1927 so far as relates to the transfer of houses and grounds in royal forests, parks and chases from the management of the Minister of Works to the management of the Commissioners;
(c)section nine of the M3Crown Lands Act 1936 so far as relates to the transfer of certain parts of Regent’s Park from the management of the Commissioners to the management of the Minister of Works;
(d)section seven of the M4Crown Lands Act 1906 (which relates to the management of Richmond and Kew Greens by the Richmond borough council).
(2)The continuance in force of any enactment by sub-paragraph (1) above shall not be taken to except any other enactment from the repeal by this Act of the Crown Lands Acts 1829 to 1936.
(3)Nothing in this Act shall affect the operation of any Order in Council made under paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section nine of the M5Crown Lands Act 1936 (which provided for the management of certain land occupied as part of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew).
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2There shall also continue in force the following provisions, as amended by any subsequent enactment, that is to say,—E+W+S+N.I.
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(d)in the M9Crown Lands Act 1894, section six (which makes general provision about the implied surrender of Crown leases by the grant of a new lease); and
(e)in the M10Crown Lands Act 1906—
(i)section three (which relates to the settlement of disputed claims about foreshore between the Commissioners and the Chancellor and Council of the Duchy of Lancaster), together with the supplementary provisions in sections ten and eleven; and
(ii)so far as relates to land over which the Minister of Works exercise powers of management by virtue of section twenty-two of the M11Crown Lands Act 1851, section six (which enables him to convey land for bridges to a bridge authority), but so that the references to the Crown Lands Acts 1829 to 1894 shall be omitted and any conveyance shall be made and enrolled in like manner as on a sale under the M12Commissioners of Works Act 1852.
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