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1. Section 9 (which relates to the transfer of certain functions under the Conservation of Seals Act 1970(1) to the MMO).
2. Section 10 (which relates to the transfer of certain functions under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981(2) to the MMO).
3. Section 11 (which subjects the MMO to certain duties under the Sea Fisheries (Wildlife Conservation) Act 1992(3)).
4. Section 12 (which relates to the transfer of certain functions under the Electricity Act 1989 to the MMO).
5. Section 13 (which relates to the transfer of certain functions under the Energy Act 2004 to the MMO).
6. Section 23 (MMO’s role in relation to applications for development consent).
7. Section 25 (advice, assistance and training facilities).
8. Section 29 (power to bring proceedings).
9. Section 30 (continuation of certain existing prosecutions).
10. In Schedule 8 (licensing: minor and consequential amendments), paragraphs 7 and 8 (which deal with amendments to the Petroleum Act 1998(4)), and section 112(1) (amendments) so far as relating to those provisions, so far as not already commenced by section 324 of the Act.
11. Chapter 4 (section 234) (obsolete fisheries enactments).
12. In Schedule 22 (miscellaneous repeals), in Part 5 (fisheries), the provisions mentioned in Table C of that Part (repeals relating to Chapter 4 of Part 7 of the Act), and section 321 (repeals) so far as relating to those provisions.
13. Chapter 3 of Part 7 (migratory and freshwater fish) and Schedule 16 (migratory and freshwater fish: consequential and supplementary amendments), so far as not already commenced.
14. In Schedule 22 (miscellaneous repeals), Part 5 (fisheries) and section 321 (repeals) so far as relating to that Part, so far as not already commenced.
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