24 Recovery of penalties.E+W+S+N.I.
All penalties imposed by this Act, or by any byelaw made in pursuance thereof, and all expenses and other sums due to the [F1Greater London Council] in pursuance of this Act, in respect of which no mode of recovery is prescribed, may be recovered summarily before two justices in manner directed by the [F2M1Magistrates’ Courts Act 1952], or any Act amending the same, and when so recovered shall be paid to the treasurer of the [F1Greater London Council], notwithstanding any Police Act or other Act of Parliament directing a different appropriation of such monies.
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