(1) The enactments in force in Great Britain relating to—
(a) limited liability partnerships,
(b) limited partnerships,
(c) open-ended investment companies, . . .
(d) European Economic Interest Groupings, [and]
[(e) UK Economic Interest Groupings,]
extend to Northern Ireland.
(2) The following enactments shall cease to have effect accordingly—
(a) the Limited Liability Partnerships Act (Northern Ireland) 2002 (c 12 (NI));
(b) the Limited Partnerships Act 1907 (c 24) as it formerly had effect in Northern Ireland;
(c) the Open-Ended Investment Companies Act (Northern Ireland) 2002 (c 13 (NI));
(d) the European Economic Interest Groupings Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1989 (SR 1989/216).
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