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The Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (Commencement No. 5 and Transitional Provisions) Order 2000

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Section 83(4) and (5) (The Commissioner) (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
Section 84(2)(a) and (b), (4)(a) and (d), (5) and (7) (Provision of immigration services).30th October 2000Paragraphs (a) and (b) of section 84(2) are commenced in so far as they relate to the provisions of section 85 of the Act commenced by this Order; section 84(4)(a) is commenced in so far as to enable the Commissioner to certify a person as exempt under it; section 84(4)(d) is commenced for the purposes of making subordinate legislation under it.
Section 85(3) (Schedule 6).1st August 2000Commenced for the purposes of the provisions of Schedule 6 commenced by this Order on this date.
Section 85 (Registration and exemption by the Commissioner) (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
Section 86(10) to (12) (Designated professional bodies).30th October 2000For the purpose of making subordinate legislation under them.
Section 87(5) (The Tribunal).1st August 2000In so far as it relates to the provisions of Schedule 7 commenced by this Order on this date.
Section 87 (The Tribunal) (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
Section 88 (Appeal upheld by the Tribunal).30th October 2000
Section 89 (Disciplinary charge upheld by the Tribunal).30th October 2000
Section 90 (Orders by disciplinary bodies).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under it.
Section 147 (Interpretation of Part VIII).1st August 2000
Section 148(3) (Management of detention centres).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under it.
Section 149(1), (3), (6)(a) and (9) (Detention centres: Contracting out).1st August 2000
Section 152(2) and (3) (Visiting Committees: Functions).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under them.
Section 153 (Detention centre rules).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under it.
Section 154(7) (Schedule 11).1st August 2000Commenced for the purposes of the provisions of Schedule 11 commenced by this Order.
Section 155(2) (Schedule 12).1st August 2000Commenced for the purposes of the provisions of Schedule 12 commenced by this Order.
Section 156(5) (Schedule 13).1st August 2000Commenced for the purposes of the provisions of Schedule 13 commenced by this Order.
Section 157 (Short-term holding facilities).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under it.
Section 169(1) (Schedule 14).1st August 2000Commenced for the purposes of the provisions of Schedule 14 commenced by this Order.
Schedule 5 (Regulatory Functions) (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
In Schedule 6, paragraph 5(1) (Immigration Services Commissioner: Registration: Fees).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under it.
Schedule 6 (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
In Schedule 7, paragraphs 7 and 8(3).1st August 2000
Schedule 7 (so far as not already in force).30th October 2000
In Schedule 11, paragraphs 2(1)(a) and 7(2) and (3) (Detainee custody officers).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under them.
In Schedule 12, paragraphs 1, 2 and 3(7) (Discipline etc at detention centres).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under them.
In Schedule 13, paragraph 2(1)(a) and (4) (Escort arrangements).1st August 2000For the purposes of enabling subordinate legislation to be made under them.
In Schedule 14, paragraphs 118 and 129 (Notices of decisions which are appealable under the Special Immigration Appeals Commission Act 1997).1st August 2000Paragraph 118 is commenced to the extent that it refers to paragraph 129 of Schedule 14.

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