(1) In its application to Northern Ireland this Part is to have effect subject to the modifications in this section.
(2) In sections 75(1)(a) and (b), 76(2)(a), 79(3) and 85(2)(a) for “England and Wales” substitute “Northern Ireland”.
(3) For section 75(2)(c) substitute—
“(c) in respect of which, in proceedings where he has been found to be unfit to be tried in accordance with Article 49 of the Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order 1986 (SI 1986/595 (NI 4)), a finding has been made that he did the act or made the omission charged against him.”
(4) In section 75(8) for “Part 1” substitute “Part 2”.
(5) In section 81(1) for “Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (c 19)” substitute “Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 (c 47)”.
(6) In section 81(2)—
(a) for “33” substitute “31”, and
(b) for “An” substitute “Subject to the provisions of this Part of this Act, an”.
(7) In section 81(4)—
(a) for “34(2)” substitute “32(2)”, and
(b) for “33(1B)” substitute “31(1B)”.
(8) In section 82(10) after “enactment” in each place insert “ (including any provision of Northern Ireland legislation)”.
(9) In section 84(1) and (2) for “preferred” substitute “presented”.
(10) Section 84(6) has effect—
(a) as if any reference to a provision of Part 11 were a reference to any corresponding provision contained in an Order in Council to which section 334(1) applies, at any time when such corresponding p
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