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(1)His Majesty may by Orders in Council make such provision as seems necessary or proper for giving full effect to any provisions of this Act, and in particular His Majesty may by any such Order in Council—
(a)make such modifications and adaptations of the Acts relating to land purchase as may appear to him necessary or proper in order to give effect to the provisions of this Act, or as may appear to him necessary or proper as a consequence of any change effected by the provisions of this Act;
(b)make provision with respect to the performance of any functions transferred to the Treasury by virtue of this Act, including, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing words, the performance of the duty imposed on the Commission by section twelve of the Act of 1925 to take steps to secure the vesting in the tenants of holdings vested by virtue of Part II of that Act;
(c)make provision with respect to the transfer of any property, rights and liabilities and the closing of any accounts, where any such transfer or closing is necessary by reason of the provisions of this Act.
(2)Any Order in Council made under this section shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament as soon as may be after it is made, and if an address is presented to His Majesty by either of those Houses within twenty-one days on which that House has sat next after any such Order is laid before it, praying that the Order may be annulled, His Majesty may thereupon by Order in Council annul the same, and the Order so annulled shall forthwith become void, but without prejudice to the validity of anything which in the meantime may have been done thereunder.
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