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Tweed Fisheries Amendment Act 1859

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III Certain Sections of 20 & 21 Vict. c. cxlviii. repealed.U.K.

From and after the Fifth Day ofOctoberOne thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, the Forty-first, Forty-second, Forty-third, Forty-fourth, Forty-sixth, Forty-seventh, Sixty-seventh, and Seventy-first Sections of the recited Act shall be and are hereby repealed, and this Act shall commence and take effect: Provided always, that the recited Act, except in so far as expressly repealed by this Act, shall be and remain in full Force and as valid and effectual as if this Act had not been passed; provided also, that, notwithstanding such Repeal, all Penalties in respect of Acts done before the Commencement of this Act may be enforced, and all Proceedings instituted before and pending at the Commencement of this Act may be continued and prosecuted, and all Resolutions duly made and Acts duly done under the Authority of the said repealed Enactments shall be and remain valid and effectual, to all Intents and Purposes as if this Act had not been passed; provided further, that the Forty-first Section of the recited Act shall, notwithstanding such Repeal, be read and continued as an operative Definition for the Purpose of distinguishing the Limits of the Mouth or Entrance of the RiverTweedas defined by the recited Act and the extended Limits defined by this Act, and for such Purpose only.

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