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The Telecommunications Act 1984 (Isle of Man) Order 1984

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PART IIICOMING INTO FORCE IN THE ISLE OF MAN OF PROVISIONS OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT 1984

1.  Section 110(1) of the Telecommunications Act 1984 shall come into force on the day on which this Order comes into operation (that is to say, 10th July 1984).

2.  The following provisions of the Telecommunications Act 1984, namely—

  • sections 2, 4, 106(1) and 109(1) and (2);

  • paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 14, 50, 78 and 81 of Schedule 4; and

  • Part I of Schedule 7 and section 109(6) so far as relating to that Part,

shall come into force on the appointed day within the meaning of that Act as it has effect in the United Kingdom (that is to say, the day appointed by order by the Secretary of State under section 2 of that Act as it has effect in the United Kingdom).

3.  The following provisions of the Telecommunications Act 1984, namely—

  • sections 68 and 69;

  • section 109(4), paragraphs 41, 42, 43, 45 and 46 of Schedule 5 and Schedule 6; and

  • Part II of Schedule 7 and section 109(6) so far as relating to that Part,

shall come into force on the transfer date within the meaning of that Act as it has effect in the United Kingdom (that is to say, the day appointed by order by the Secretary of State under section 60(1) of that Act as it has effect in the United Kingdom).

4.  Part III of Schedule 7 to the Telecommunications Act 1984, and section 109(6) of that Act so far as relating to that Part, shall come into force on the dissolution of British Telecommunications (that is to say, on the day specified by order by the Secretary of State under section 69(2) of that Act).

5.  Section 100 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 shall come into force on the day upon which that section comes into force in the United Kingdom (that is to say, the day appointed in that behalf by order by the Secretary of State under section 110(5) of that Act as it has effect in the United Kingdom).

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