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Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ENTRY INTO AND DEPARTURE FROM SINGAPORE

Part IIA SINGAPORE VISAS FOR NON-CITIZENS

Part III ENTRY AND RE-ENTRY PERMITS

Part IV PROCEDURE ON ARRIVAL IN AND DEPARTURE FROM SINGAPORE

Part V REMOVAL FROM SINGAPORE

Part VA OBLIGATIONS RELATING TO IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

Part VI MISCELLANEOUS

THE SCHEDULE Personal Identifiers

Legislative History

 
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Security to prevent unlawful landing
43.
—(1)  An immigration officer may demand security from the master, owner, charterer or agent or consignee of any vessel, aircraft or train from which he has reasonable grounds to believe that any person is about to disembark in or enter Singapore in contravention of the provisions of this Act or the regulations, and may refuse to release the vessel, aircraft or train from examination until the security is furnished.
[38/93]
(1A)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), an immigration officer may demand security from the master, owner, charterer or agent of any vessel to ensure that no member of the crew of the vessel shall disembark in or enter Singapore in contravention of the provisions of this Act or the regulations, and may refuse to release the vessel from examination until the security is furnished.
[53/2004]
(2)  The Controller may, if satisfied that any person has disembarked in or entered Singapore from any vessel, aircraft or train, in respect of which security has been furnished under subsection (1) or (1A), in contravention of any provisions of this Act or the regulations, direct the forfeiture of the security or any part thereof.
[38/93; 53/2004]
(3)  The Controller shall not direct the forfeiture of any security under subsection (2) if he is satisfied that the master, owner, charterer, agent or consignee took every reasonable precaution to prevent any person from so disembarking in or entering Singapore.
(4)  The security under subsection (1) or (1A) shall be given in such manner and form as the Controller may determine and may be by bond, guarantee, cash deposit or any other method, or by 2 or more different methods.
[2/2007]
History for Provision '43 Security to prevent unlawful landing'.
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15/03/1995
Formal Consolidation
15 March 1995
1995 RevEd
 

20/12/1997
Formal Consolidation
20 December 1997
1997 RevEd
 
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15/01/2005
Informal Consolidation
10 December 2004
Amended
Act 53 of 2004

01/01/2006
Informal Consolidation
12 December 2005
Amended
Act 42 of 2005

01/03/2007
Informal Consolidation
12 February 2007
Amended
Act 2 of 2007

01/07/2007
Informal Consolidation
11 June 2007
Amended
Act 30 of 2007

01/01/2008
Formal Consolidation
01 January 2008
2008 RevEd
 
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19/12/2012
Informal Consolidation
05 January 2013
Amended
Act 18 of 2012