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The Health Act 1999 (Supplementary, Consequential etc. Provisions) Order 2000

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2000 No. 90

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, ENGLAND AND WALES

The Health Act 1999 (Supplementary, Consequential etc. Provisions) Order 2000

Made

18th January 2000

Laid before Parliament

18th January 2000

Coming into force

for all purposes other than article 3(2)

8th February 2000

for the purposes of article 3(2)

1st April 2000

The Secretary of State for Health, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by section 126(4) of the National Health Service Act 1977(1) and section 63 of the Health Act 1999(2), and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:

(1)

1977 c. 49; section 126(4) applies in relation to any power to make orders or regulations conferred by the Health Act 1999 (c. 8) (“ the 1999 Act”) (see section 62(4) of the 1999 Act) and was amended by the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 (c. 19) (“the 1990 Act”), section 65(2) and the 1999 Act, Schedule 4, paragraph 37(5).

(2)

1999 c. 8. The powers of the Secretary of State under section 63 of the 1999 Act are, so far as that section relates to any provision of that Act which by virtue of section 66(2) of that Act may be brought into force by the National Assembly for Wales and so far as they are exercisable in relation to Wales, transferred to the Assembly by article 2(a) of, and Schedule 1 to, the National Assembly for Wales (Transfer of Functions) Order 1999, S.I. 1999/672, as amended by section 66(5)(c) of the 1999 Act. The powers of the Secretary of State under section 63 of the 1999 Act are, so far as they are exercisable within devolved competence (within the meaning of section 54 of the Scotland Act 1998 (c. 46)), exercisable by the Scottish Ministers, by virtue of section 66(1) of the 1999 Act and section 53 of the Scotland Act 1998 (c. 46). By virtue of section 68(2) of the 1999 Act, the power under section 63 of that Act to amend an enactment which extends to any part of the United Kingdom extends also to that part.

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