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29.—(1) Any provision of this Order which prohibits the doing of an act except under the authority of a licence granted by the Governor shall not have effect in relation to any such act done anywhere other than the Territory, provided it is duly authorised.
(2) An act is duly authorised for the purposes of paragraph (1) if—
(a)it is done under the authority of a licence granted in accordance with any law in force in the place where it is done (and that law substantially corresponds to the relevant provisions of this Order); and
(b)that licence is granted by the authority competent in that behalf under that law.
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