Child Support, Pensions and Social Security Bill - continued        House of Commons
PART V, MISCELLANEOUS AND SUPPLEMENTAL - continued

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Expenses.     63. There shall be paid out of money provided by Parliament-
 
 
    (a) any expenditure incurred by the Secretary of State for or in connection with the carrying out of his functions under this Act; and
 
    (b) any increase attributable to this Act in the sums which are payable out of money so provided under any other Act.
Repeals.     64. - (1) The enactments mentioned in Schedule 7 (which include some spent provisions) are hereby repealed to the extent specified in the third column of that Schedule.
 
      (2) The repeals specified in that Schedule have effect subject to the commencement provisions and savings contained, or referred to, in the notes set out in that Schedule.
 
Commencement and transitional provisions.     65. - (1) This section applies to the following provisions of this Act-
 
 
    (a) Part I (other than section 23);
 
    (b) Chapter I of Part II;
 
    (c) sections 33 to 42;
 
    (d) Chapter III of Part II;
 
    (e) Part III;
 
    (f) sections 61 and 62 and Schedule 6;
 
    (g) paragraphs 1 to 3, 7, 8(2), 9, 11 and 12 of Schedule 4 and Part II of that Schedule;
 
    (h) Parts I to V and VII of Schedule 7.
      (2) The provisions of this Act to which this section applies shall come into force on such day as may be appointed by order made by statutory instrument; and different days may be appointed under this section for different purposes.
 
      (3) The power to make an order under subsection (2) shall be exercisable-
 
 
    (a) except in a case falling within paragraph (b), by the Secretary of State; and
 
    (b) in the case of an order bringing into force any of the provisions of sections 61 and 62, Schedule 6 or Part VII of Schedule 7, by the Lord Chancellor.
      (4) In the case of sections 49 to 54, the power under subsection (2) to appoint different days for different purposes includes power to appoint different days for different areas.
 
      (5) The Secretary of State may by regulations make such transitional provision as he considers necessary or expedient in connection with the bringing into force of sections 33 to 36 and section (1) of Part II of Schedule 7.
 
      (6) Regulations under subsection (5) shall be made by statutory instrument subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
 
      (7) Section 174(2) to (4) of the Pensions Act 1995 (supplementary provision in relation to powers to make subordinate legislation under that Act) shall apply in relation to the power to make regulations under subsection (5) as it applies to any power to make regulations under that Act.
 
      (8) In this section "subordinate legislation" has the same meaning as in the Interpretation Act 1978.
 
Short title and extent.     66. - (1) This Act may be cited as the Child Support, Pensions and Social Security Act 2000.
 
      (2) The following provisions of this Act extend to Northern Ireland-
 
 
    (a) so much of section 36 as amends section 21(3) of the Pensions Act 1995;
 
    (b) sections 44 to 48 (except section 47(5));
 
    (c) section 54(1) and (2);
 
    (d) sections 59 and 60;
 
    (e) paragraph 6 of Schedule 4; and
 
    (f) this Part, except-
 
      (i) sections 61 and 62, Schedule 6; and
 
      (ii) so much of this Part as gives effect to any repeal other than the repeals mentioned in subsection (3).
      (3) The repeals mentioned in subsection (2)(f) (which extend to Northern Ireland) are-
 
 
    (a) the repeals, in sections (1) and (10) of Part II of Schedule 7, that relate to-
 
      (i) section 21(3) of the Pensions Act 1995; and
 
      (ii) section 52(5) of the Pension Schemes (Northern Ireland) Act 1993;
 
    (b) the repeals in Part III of that Schedule (except so far as relating to the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990); and
 
    (c) the repeals in section (2) of Part VI of that Schedule.
      (4) Subject to that, this Act does not extend to Northern Ireland.
 
 
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