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|Short title||Chapter||Extent of repeal.|
|Timeshare Act 1992||c. 35||The whole Act.|
|Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001||c. 16|| |
In Part 1 of Schedule 1 (powers to which section 50 applies), paragraph 56.
|Enterprise Act 2002||c.40|| |
In Schedule 13, paragraph 6.
In Schedule 14, the words “Timeshare Act 1992”.
In Schedule 15, the words “Timeshare Act 1992”.
|Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008||c.13|| |
In Schedule 3, the words “Timeshare Act 1992”.
In Schedule 6, the words “Timeshare Act 1992”.
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