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Article 2 of this Order brings into force on 1st August the following provisions of the Housing Act 1996—
|section 2(7) and (8)||(power to add to the permissible purposes of registered social landlords),|
|section 5||(criteria for registration of social landlords),|
|section 7||in so far as it relates to specified paragraphs of Schedule 1 (maximum amounts payable by way of fees, expenses etc. and accounts),|
|section 9(3)||(power to consult relating to consents for disposal of land by registered social landlords),|
|section 17||(supplementary provisions relating to a tenant’s right to acquire a dwelling),|
|section 28(4)||amendment to section 53 of the Housing Act 1988,|
|section 36(1) to (6)||(guidance to registered social landlords)|
|section 51||in so far as it relates to specified paragraphs of Schedule 2 (schemes for investigation of complaints),|
|sections 52 to 54, 55(2) and (3) and 56 to 64||(general provisions relating to social landlords),|
|section 55(1)||in so far as it relates to paragraphs 6 and 9 of Schedule 3 (sale of Corporations' loans portfolios).|
Articles 3 and 4 brings into force certain other provisions in so far as they confer a power to consult, to make determinations, to give consents and to delegate functions.
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