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3.—(1) The functions of the Secretary of State under—
(a)an Act, or a provision of an Act or instrument, listed in Schedule 1, or
(b)an instrument having effect under any such Act or provision of such an Act,
which are exercisable concurrently with the Lord President are to cease to be exercisable concurrently with the Lord President and are instead to be exercisable concurrently with the Chancellor of the Duchy(1).
(2) The functions to which paragraph (1) applies include functions under any provision not yet in force at the time this Order is made (and in Schedule 1 a reference to an Act or provision of an Act or instrument includes a reference to the Act or provision as amended by any provision of an enactment or instrument passed or made before that time even though the amending provision is not yet in force at that time).
The functions that are to be exercisable by the Chancellor of the Duchy (concurrently with the Secretary of State) include those functions that were made exercisable by the Lord President (concurrently with the Secretary of State) by S.I. 2010/1837, art. 3; S.I. 2013/2597 art. 2; and S.I. 2014/268, art. 2.
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