(1) Subject to the following provisions of this section, this Act extends to England and Wales only.
(2) The following extend to Scotland only—
. . .
section 112(1); and
section 119(2), so far as it relates to the provisions of the Pedlars Act 1871 repealed by Part VI of Schedule 7.
(3) The following extend to Northern Ireland only—
section 6(4), and
(4) The following extend to England and Wales and Scotland—
section 6(1) and (2);
. . . and
section 119(2), so far as it relates to section 19 of the Pedlars Act 1871.
(5) The following extend to England and Wales, Scotland and
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