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Administrative Provisions Act (Northern Ireland) 1926

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Railway EnactmentsN.I.

3N.I.This Part of this Schedule applies to the enactments relating to or affecting Irish services in connection with railways (in the said Part referred to as “the railways enactments”).

4N.I.In the railway enactments—

(a)references to the Board of Trade, to the Minister of Transport, or to any department or officer of such Board or Minister, shall (subject to the provisions of paragraph ( b) of this Article) be construed as references to the Ministry of Commerce or to the corresponding department or officer (if any) attached to that Ministry:

(b)references to the Minister of Transport or the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland shall, if they occur in relation to the making or repayment of any advance or loan, be construed as references to the Ministry of Finance, and in any other case shall be construed as references to the Ministry of Commerce.

Para.5 rep. by SLR 1973

6N.I.In any case where, under any provisions of the Tramways (Ireland) Acts, 1860 to 1900, as originally enacted, or amended by subsequent provisions of those Acts, an Order made by the Lord Lieutenant in Council would have required confirmation by Parliament, the Order of the Ministry of Commerce shall not become operative unless and until it has been approved by a resolution passed by both Houses of Parliament.

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