The Secretary of State1 had power, at any time before the restructuring date2, to make a restructuring scheme3 providing for the creation4, in favour of (1) the British Coal Corporation5; or (2) any person to whom any part of the Corporation's undertaking6 was to be transferred on that date in accordance with such a scheme, of such interests7 and rights in or in relation to any of the property transferred8 to the Coal Authority as he thought appropriate for the purposes of the Corporation's functions on and after that date or for the purposes of the carrying on by that per
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