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(1) These provisions shall cease to have effect—
(a) section 2 of the Emergency Laws (Re-enactments and Repeals) Act 1964 (c 60) (Treasury's power to prohibit action on certain orders as to gold etc);
(b) section 55 of the Finance Act 1968 (c 44) (meaning of security in section 2 of 1964 Act).
(2) Subsection (1) does not affect a reference which—
(a) is to a provision referred to in that subsection, and
(b) is contained in a provision made under an Act.
Specified date: 14 December 2001: see s 127(2)(a).
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