(1) The provisions of this Act mentioned in this Part of this Schedule are to apply in relation to the Bank of England in accordance with the provision made by this Part of this Schedule.
(2) In any case where sub-paragraph (1) applies—
(a) any reference in this Act to the FCA or the PRA which is contained in, or relates to, any of those provisions (however expressed) is to be read as a reference to the Bank; and
(b) this Act has effect with any other necessary modifications.
(1) The following provisions of Part 9A of this Act are to apply in relation to rules made by the Bank under any provision made by or under this Act—
(a) section 137T (general supplementary powers);
(b) sections 138A and 138B (modification or waiver of rules), but with the omission of subsection (4)(b) of section 138A and subsection (4) of section 138B;
(c) section 138C (evidential provisions);
(d) section 138D (actions for damages), but with the omission of subsection (2);
(e) section 138E (limits on effect of contravening rules);
(f) section 138F (notification of rules);
(g) section 138G (rule-making instruments);
(h) section 138H (verification of rules);
(i) section 138J (consultation), but with the omission of subsections (1)(a), (2)(c) and (5)(b); and
(j) section 138L (consultation: general exemptions), but with the omission of [subsection (1)].
(2) Any reference in any of those provisions to an authorised person is to be read as a reference to a recognised clearing house[, an EEA CSD or a recognised CSD].
(3) Section 138J(2)(d) has effect in relation
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