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16. Schedule 2 (consequential amendments) has effect.
17.—(1) The Act, except for the provisions referred to in paragraph (2), is repealed.
(2) Those provisions are—
(a)paragraphs 2, 5 to 9 and 11 of Schedule 4;
(b)section 49(1) so far as it relates to those paragraphs of that Schedule; and
18.—(1) Despite regulations 9(3) and 10, the following provisions continue to have effect for the purposes of regulations 72A and 72B of the 2010 regulations—
(a)the definition of “radioactive substances activity exemption order” in regulation 67 of the 2010 Regulations; and
(b)regulation 72 of those Regulations.
(2) Despite their lapse by virtue of regulation 17, the orders listed in Schedule 3 continue to have effect for the purposes of regulations 72A and 72B of the 2010 Regulations.
(3) Despite regulation 17—
(a)section 8 of the Act (exemptions from the requirement for an environmental permit);
(b)section 11 of the Act (exemptions from the requirement for an environmental permit for mobile radioactive apparatus); and
(c)section 15 of the Act (further exemptions from the requirement for an environmental permit)
continue to have effect so far as they provide authority for the orders listed in Schedule 3.
(4) Despite regulation 17, section 47 of the Act (general interpretation provisions) continues to have effect so far as it applies in relation to the provisions of the Act specified in paragraph (3).
(5) The amendments made by paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 2 (the Continental Shelf Act 1964) do not have effect in relation to the orders listed in Schedule 3 (and continuing to have effect by virtue of paragraph (3)), and despite regulation 15—
(a)paragraph 1 of Schedule 4 to the Act (consequential amendment to the Continental Shelf Act 1964) continues to have effect in relation to those orders; and
(b)section 49(1) of the Act (consequential amendments and transitional and transitory provisions) continues to have effect so far as it relates to that paragraph of that Schedule.
(6) The amendments made by paragraph 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 (The Civil Jurisdiction (Offshore Activities) Order 1987) do not have effect in relation to the orders listed in Schedule 3 (and continuing to have effect by virtue of paragraph (3)).
19. The Radioactive Substances (Clocks and Watches) (England and Wales) Regulations 2001(1) are revoked.
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