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|Provision of the Act||Subject matter of provision|
|Section 89 and Schedule 14||Foreign lawyers: recognised bodies and partnerships with solicitors|
|Section 125(4) and (5)||Order-making power for consequential amendments or repeals|
|Paragraphs 1-7 and 9-42 of Schedule 16, and section 116 so far as it relates to them.||Provisions relating to the Children Act 1989(1)|
|Paragraph 14 of Schedule 17 and section 125(2) so far as it relates to that paragraph.||Minor amendment|
|Paragraphs 21 and 54 of Schedule 18 and section 125(3) so far as it relates to them.||Consequential amendments|
Section 125(7) and Schedule 20 so far as they provide for the repeal of provisions in the following enactments –
the Maintenance Orders Act 1950(2)
the Family Law Reform Act 1969(3)
the Children and Young Persons Act 1969(4)
the Administration of Justice Act 1970(5)
the Maintenance Orders (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1972(6)
the Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates' Courts Act 1978(7)
the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980(8)
the Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984(9)
the Family Law Reform Act 1987(10)
the Children Act 1989(1)
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