. . .
The following provisions of the Highways Act 1980—
section 73(1) to (3), (6) and (9) to (11)
section 74 (except subsection (6))
section 261(5) and, so far as it relates to it, section 261(6)
section 307(5) and (7)
The following further provisions of the Highways Act 1980—
(a) . . .
(b) section 247(6) so far as applicable for the purposes of section 241 of that Act;
(c) in section 307—
(i) subsections (1) to (3) so far as applicable for the purposes of section 73 of that Act;
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