(1) Subject to sections 192 and 193, the provisions of this Act to which this section applies have effect in relation to Crown employment and persons in Crown employment as they have effect in relation to other employment and other employees or workers.
(2) This section applies to—
(a) Parts I to III,
[(aa) Part IVA,]
(b) Part V, apart from section 45,
[(c) Parts VI to VIIIA,]
(d) in Part IX, sections 92 and 93,
(e) Part X, apart from section 101, and
(f) this Part and Parts XIV and XV.
(3) In this Act “Crown employment” means employment under or for the purposes of a government department or any officer or body exercising on behalf of the Crown functions conferred by a statutory provision.
(4) For the purposes of the application of provisions of this Act in relation to Crown employment in accordance with subsection (1)—
(a) references to an employee or a worker shall be construed as references to a person in Crown employment,
(b) references to a contract of employment, or a worker's contract, shall be construed as references to the terms of employment of a person in Crown employment,
(c) references to dismissal, or to the termination of a worker's contract, shall be construed as references to the termination of Crown employment,
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