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(1)Sections five and six of the M1Civil List Act 1837 (which relate to Civil List pensions) shall continue to apply during the present reign and a period of six months afterwards, but Civil List pensions shall not be granted as chargeable on the sum paid for the Civil List:
Provided . . . F1 that in the said section six the words “thirty-first day of March” shall be substituted for the words “twentieth day of June” in each place where those words occur.
(2)The M2Civil List Audit Act 1816 and all other enactments relating to the Civil List of the last reign and not hereby superseded or expressly repealed, shall continue to apply to the Civil List under this Act, and nothing in this Act shall affect any rights or powers for the time being exercisable with respect to any of the hereditary revenues which are by this Act directed to be paid into the Exchequer.
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