Explanatory Notes

Clause 41: Consequential and transitional provisions

347 Subsection (1) allows a Minister of the Crown to make regulations which are appropriate as a consequence of the Bill.

348 Subsection (2) clarifies that consequential provision might include modifying (such as amending, repealing or revoking) both primary and secondary legislation.

349 Subsection (3) provides that Ministers cannot make consequential provision which modifies primary legislation (which includes secondary legislation made under that primary legislation) passed after IP completion day.

350 Subsection (4) provides that Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 5 contains minor and consequential provision.

351 Subsection (5) allows a Minister of the Crown to make transitional, transitory or saving provision by regulations.

352 Subsection (6) provides that Part 3 of Schedule 5 contains transitional, transitory and saving provision.

 

Prepared 19th December 2019