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Long Title

Part I GENERAL PROVISIONS OF INTERPRETATION

Part II GENERAL PROVISIONS REGARDING WRITTEN LAW

Part III SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Part IV POWERS AND APPOINTMENTS

Part V PENAL PROVISIONS

Part VA PROVISIONS RELATING TO COURT PROCEEDINGS

Part VI MISCELLANEOUS

Legislative History

Comparative Table

 
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amend   07/03/2014
Signification of orders, etc., of President
34.
—(1)  Where any power is conferred upon the President to make any subsidiary legislation or appointment, give any direction, issue any order, authorise any thing or matter to be done, grant any exemption, remit any fee or penalty or exercise any other power under any written law, it shall be sufficient if the exercise of such power by the President be signified under the hand of any Minister or the Secretary to the Cabinet.
(2)  Subsection (1) shall not apply to the power of the President to make or issue any warrants or proclamations which shall be made or issued only under the hand of the President himself.
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reved   31/12/2002
Signification of orders, etc., of President
34.
—(1)  Where any power is conferred upon the President to make any subsidiary legislation or appointment, give any direction, issue any order, authorise any thing or matter to be done, grant any exemption, remit any fee or penalty or exercise any other power under any written law, it shall be sufficient if the exercise of such power by the President be signified under the hand of any Minister or the Secretary to the Cabinet.
(2)  Subsection (1) shall not apply to the power of the President to make or issue any warrants or proclamations which shall be made or issued only under the hand of the President himself.