Section 71(1) [(2) and (2A)].
Sections 149 to 151.
Sections 153(1) to (7).
Sections 154 to 156.
Section 161(1) in so far as it relates to provisions mentioned in this Part of this Schedule.
Sections 168 to 171.
Section 284 except subsection (1)(a) to (d).
Section 285(5) and (6).
Section 296(1) (construed as if the reference to Part III were a reference only to [section 65]) and (5).
Section 318(2) except paragraph (b).
. . .
Schedule 13, paragraphs 1 to 4, 12 to 16 and 20 to 22.
Any other provisions of this Act in so far as they apply, or have effect for
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