References to Statutes. Each reference to a statute or statutory provision includes any statute or statutory provision which amends, extends, consolidates or replaces the statute or statutory provision or which has been amended, extended, consolidated or replaced by the statute or statutory provision and includes any orders, regulations, by-laws, ordinances, codes of practice or instruments made under the relevant statute.
References to Statutes. Unless expressly stated otherwise, a reference to any statute shall be deemed to be a reference to that statute as in force from time to time, including any regulations, rules, policy statements, instruments or guidelines made under that statute, and to include any statute which may be enacted in substitution of that statute.
References to Statutes. Whenever in this Agreement reference is made to a statute or regulations made pursuant to a statute, such reference shall, unless otherwise specified, be deemed to include all amendments to such statute or regulations from time to time and all statutes or regulations which may come into effect from time to time substantially in replacement for the said statutes or regulations.
References to Statutes. Unless otherwise provided, any references herein to any law, by-law, rule, regulation, order or act of any government, governmental body or other regulatory body shall be construed as a reference thereto as amended or re-enacted from time to time or as a reference to any successor thereto.
References to Statutes. All references herein to any statute or any provision thereof shall, unless otherwise specified herein, mean such statute or provision as the same may be amended, re-enacted or replaced from time to time.
References to Statutes. Unless expressly stated to the contrary, any reference to a specific statute includes any statutory extension or modification, amendment or re-enactment of that statute and any regulations or orders made under it, and any general reference to a statute includes any regulations or orders made under that statute.