Revocation of any order does not revive anything no longer in force; nor does it affect the previous operation of anything already duly done; nor does it affect any rights or liabilities already accrued, or any penalty, forfeiture or punishment already incurred, and legal proceedings may still be instituted after such revocation in respect of any offence against any such order prior to its revocation1.
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