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1. In section 33M of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992(1), at the end insert “(and, as a result of its inclusion in Schedule 2 to the Charities Act 1993, is an exempt charity for the purposes of that Act)”.
2. In section 3A(5)(a) of the Charities Act 1993(2), after “3(5B)(a)” insert “(ii)”.
3. In section 23 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998(3)—
(a)in subsection (1A) for the words from “is an institution” to the end substitute “is, as a result of its inclusion in Schedule 2 to the Charities Act 1993, an exempt charity for the purposes of that Act.”; and
(b)omit subsection (2).
4. In paragraph 194 of Schedule 8 to the Charities Act 2006(4), omit sub-paragraph (4).
Section 33M was inserted by the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009, Schedule 8, paragraphs 1 and 3.
Sections 3 and 3A were substituted for section 3 as originally enacted by the Charities Act 2006, section 9. The reference in section 3A(5)(a) to section 3(5B) is to that section as in force immediately before the day on which section 3(1) to (5) (as substituted) comes into force. Section 3(5B), which was inserted by the School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Schedule 30, paragraph 48, was repealed by the substitution. There are amendments of section 3A not relevant to this Order.
Section 23 was amended by the Charities Act 2006, Schedule 8, paragraphs 193 and 194.
There are amendments of Schedule 8 not relevant to this Order.
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