15. The competent authority may, where he considers expedient, prepare any map comprised in the Master Plan or any part of such map to a suitable scale which differs from the scale approved for that map by the Minister under rule 3.
16. The maps and other documents comprised in the Master Plan shall be identified on the face thereof by the titles conferred on them by the competent authority.
—(1) Where there is any contradiction, discrepancy or inconsistency between particulars shown on maps comprised in the Master Plan relating to the same area, the map which is to a larger scale shall prevail.
(2) Where there is any contradiction, discrepancy or inconsistency between a map comprised in the Master Plan and the written statement of the Master Plan, such written statement shall prevail.
—(1) Any proposal for an amendment to the Master Plan which has been submitted to the Minister under the revoked Planning (Master Plan) Rules (R 1, 1993 Ed.) but which has not yet been approved or disapproved by the Minister under rule 6 of those Rules on 1st June 1999 shall be deemed to have been submitted and shall be dealt with under the corresponding provisions of these Rules.
(2) Any notice by advertisement which was published and any act or thing done or given under or pursuant to the revoked Planning (Master Plan) Rules and which remained valid immediately before 1st June 1999 shall be deemed to have been published, done or given under or pursuant to the corresponding provision of these Rules and shall continue to have effect accordingly.
[G.N. No. S 245/99]