Both the Rent Act 1968 (now repealed) and the Rent Act 1977 provide that, in so far as anything done, or having effect as if done, under an enactment repealed thereby could have been done under a corresponding provision of the consolidating Act, it is not to be invalidated by the repeal but is to have effect as if done under the consolidating Act1. This applies, in particular, to any regulation, order, scheme, agreement, dissent, election, application, reference, representation, appointment or apportionment made, notice served, certificate issued, statement supplied, undertaking or direction given or rent registered2.
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