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Tweed Fisheries Act 1969

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11 Existing deeds, contracts, etc., to remain in force.U.K.

Notwithstanding any repeal effected by this Act—

(1)all deeds, conveyances, grants, assurances, assignment, leases, purchases, sales, mortgages, bonds, covenants, agreements, securities and contracts and all working arrangements entered into or made and subsisting at the appointed day and then in force including any agreement or contract modified or varied by any repealed enactment and then in force as so modified or varied and all liabilities and obligations incurred before the passing of this Act, and, except where otherwise expressly provided in this Act, all the provisions of any Act of Parliament (other than the repealed enactments) relating to the Commissioners of 1857 or their undertaking and in force at the appointed day shall be as binding and of as full force and effect in every respect against or in favour of the Commissioners as they would or might have been against or in favour of the Commissioners of 1857 if this Act had not been passed;

(2)any action, suit, prosecution or other proceeding commenced before the passing of this Act either by or against the Commissioners of 1857 shall not abate or be discontinued or prejudicially affected by this Act but shall continue and take effect both in favour of and against the Commissioners in like manner to all intents as if this Act had not been passed;

(3)every officer and servant of the Commissioners of 1857 appointed or continued in his employment by virtue of or acting under any of the enactments repealed by this Act shall hold and enjoy his office and employment with the salary and emoluments thereunto annexed and be deemed an officer or servant of the Commissioners, as the case may be, until he shall vacate or be removed from such office or employment and he shall have the same rights and privileges and be subject to the same conditions of service, powers of removal, rules, regulations, pains and penalties as he would have had or been subject to if this Act had not been passed, subject nevertheless and without prejudice to any powers, authorities, obligations, pains or penalties vested in him or to which he may be subject under any provisions of this Act;

(4)the Commissioners shall for the purposes of this Act be and continue seised and possessed of and entitled to all things in action, claims and demands whatsoever of or to which the Commissioners of 1857 were seised, possessed or entitled immediately before the passing of this Act;

(5)all rates, other charges, fees, rents, fines, forfeitures, penalties, damages and other sums of money at the appointed day due or accruing due to the Commissioners of 1857 may be collected and recovered by the Commissioners as if this Act had not been passed;

(6)all books and documents which if this Act had not been passed would have been receivable in evidence shall be receivable in evidence as if this Act had not been passed;

(7)all byelaws, rules, regulations and rates made or imposed by the Commissioners of 1857 under any enactment so repealed and now enforceable by the Commissioners shall so far as they are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act and until repealed, altered or superseded remain in force in like manner and to the like extent as if this Act had not been passed;

(8)everything before the passing of this Act done, suffered and confirmed respectively shall be as valid as if this Act had not been passed.

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