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(1) The following provisions of this Act come into force on the day on which it is passed—
(a) section 76 (calculation of working tax credit);
(b) section 103 and Schedule 12 (supersession of decisions of former appellate bodies) (but see section 103(2));
(c) section 108 (application of Limitation Act 1980) (but see section 108(4));
(d) section 109 (recovery of fines etc by deductions from employment and support allowance) (but see section 109(3));
(e) section 126 (tax credits: transfer of functions etc);
(f) this Part, excluding Schedule 14 (repeals).
(2) The following provisions of this Act come into force at the end of the period of two months beginning with the day on which it is passed—
(a) section 50 (dual entitlement to employment and support allowance and jobseeker's allowance);
(b) section 60 and Part 6 of Schedule 14 (claimants dependent on drugs etc);
(c) sections 71 and 72 (social fund: purposes of discretionary payments and determination of amount or value of budgeting loan);
(d) section 107 (recovery of child benefit and guardian's allowance);
(e) section 111 (time limit for legal proceedings);
(f) section 127 and Part 13 of Schedule 14 (information-sharing between Secretary of State and HMRC);
(g) section 134 (information-sharing for social security or employment purposes etc);
(h) section 135 (functions of registration service);
(i) section 142 (exclusion of child support maintenance from individual voluntary arrangements);
(j) section 145 and Schedule 13 (Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission);
(k) Part 2 of Schedule 14 (entitlement to jobseeker's allowance without seeking employment).
(3) The remaining provisions of this Act come into force on such day as the Secretary of State may by order made by statutory instrument appoint.
(4) An order under subsection (3) may—
(a) appoint different days for different purposes;
(b) appoint different days for different areas in relation to—
(i) any provision of Part 1 (universal credit) or of Part 1 of Schedule 14;
(ii) section 61 or 62 (entitlement to work: jobseeker's allowance and employment and support allowance);
(iii) any provision of Part 4 (personal independence payment) or of Part 9 of Schedule 14;
(iv) section 102 (consideration of revision before appeal);
(c) make such transitory or transitional provision, or savings, as the Secretary of State considers necessary or expedient.
Royal Assent: 8 March 2012: see sub-s (1)(f) above.