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5.—(1) The Assembly Commission shall be treated as a Crown body for the purposes of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990(1) to the extent specified in this article.
(2) References to the Crown in the following provisions shall be treated as including the Assembly Commission—
(a)section 47 (compulsory acquisition of building needing repair)(2);
(b)section 82A (application to the Crown)(3);
(c)section 82D (enforcement in relation to the Crown)(4);
(d)section 82F (applications for listed building consent etc by Crown)(5).
(3) For the purposes of section 82C (6)(expressions relating to the Crown) the Assembly Commission shall be treated as a government department (and any reference to the Crown in that section shall be construed accordingly).
Section 47 was amended by section 20(4) of and Schedule 6 paragraph 25(6) to the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, section 109 of and Schedule 8 paragraph 344 and Schedule 10 to the Courts Act 2003 (c.39) and section 79(4) of and Schedule 3 paragraph 5 to the 2004 Act.
Section 82A was inserted by section 79(2) of the 2004 Act.
Section 82D was inserted by section 84(3) of the 2004 Act.
Section 82F was inserted by section 79(4) of and Schedule 3 paragraph 11 to the 2004 Act.
Section 82C was inserted by section 79(4) of and Schedule 3 paragraph 7 to the 2004 Act.
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