47C Instruments revoked unless confirmed

(1)

A confirmable instrument is revoked at the following applicable deadline:

(a)

if it is made during the first half of a year, it is revoked at the middle of the next year:

(b)

if it is made during the second half of a year, it is revoked at the end of the next year.

(2)

However, a confirmable instrument is not revoked by subsection (1)(a) or (b) so far as it—

(a)

has been revoked, or expires, with effect before or on the deadline; or

(b)

has ceased, or will cease, to have effect before or on the deadline by virtue of subpart 1 of Part 3 (disallowable instruments); or

(c)

has before or on the deadline been confirmed by an Act of Parliament.

(3)

In this section,—

(a)

the first half of a year means the period that starts on 1 January and ends with the close of 30 June in the year; and

(b)

the second half of a year means the period that starts on 1 July and ends with the close of 31 December in the year; and

(c)

the middle of the next year means the close of 30 June in the next year; and

(d)

the end of the next year means the close of 31 December in the next year.

Compare: 1990 No 127 s 12; 1993 No 95 ss 100S, 100ZH, 138, 151; 2011 No 81 s 387(3); 2012 No 1 s 85(4); 2014 No 32 s 214

Section 47C: inserted, on 1 January 2016, by section 11 of the Legislation (Confirmable Instruments) Amendment Act 2015 (2015 No 120).