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Section 53 of the Summary offences act 1966

Penalty and court for section 53 of the Summary Offences Act 1966 Maximum penalty and court that deals with this charge The maximum penalty for Making False Reports to Police (s53 of the Summary Offences Act 1966) is a fine of 120 penalty units or imprisonment for 1 year. Making false reports to police is heard in the Magistrates' Court SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Long Title 1.Short title, commencement and division 3.Definitions PART I--PROVISIONS APPLICABLE THROUGHOUT VICTORIA Division 1--Public order 4.Offences relating to the good order of towns etc. 5.Obstruction of footpath etc. Division 1A--Move-on powers 6.Direction to move on Division 1B--Councils to consult with Victoria Police 6A

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  1. Summary Offences Act 1966. Act in force. Act number 7405/1966 Version 131
  2. al punishment, such as assault, trespass and property damage, harassing witnesses
  3. 1 Similar provisions already exist in this Act. The proposed new section 17 (1) of this Act covers offensive, obscene or threatening conduct; and s. 9 (1) covers trespass. 2 Assaults are covered by similar provisions in this and other Acts. Summary Offences Act 1966, s. 23; Crimes Act 1958, ss. 16-18. 22

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 9 Wilful destruction, damage etc. of property. S. 9(1) amended by No. 9554 s. 2(2)(Sch. 2 item 306). s. 53(2)(a)(b). For the purposes of section 86 of the Sentencing Act 1991 the cost of repairing or making good anything spoiled or damaged in contravention of this section shall be deemed to be loss or. Summary Offences Act 1966. This section of the table reproduces the provisions of the Act as they currently stand. Proposals. This section contains the recommendations of the Committee for each provision, in terms of repeal or retain. A recommendation for the repeal or retention of a provision may have been given for a number of reasons Summary Offences Act 1953 . An Act to make provision for certain offences against public order and for other summary 53 Playing games so as to cause damage. 72C General provisions relating to exercise of powers under section 72A or 72B. 72D Explosives offences—special powers

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 3. Definitions. In this Act unless inconsistent with the context or subject-matter—. animal includes every species of quadruped and every species of bird whether in a natural or domestic state; cattle includes any horse mare gelding ass bull cow ox ram ewe wether pig goat and every hybrid or cross thereof. (2) Section 53 as amended by section 5 of the Summary Offences (Amendment) Act 1998 applies only to offences committed after the commencement of that Act. S. 62(3) inserted by No. 80/2001 s. 6(2) Summary Offences Act 1966. No. 7405 of 1966. Version incorporating amendments as at. 1 July 2020. TABLE OF PROVISIONS. Section Page. 1 Short title, commencement and division. 3 Definitions. Part I—Provisions applicable throughout Victoria. Division 1—Public order. Offences Relating to the Good Orde

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 41DA. Distribution of intimate image. (1) A person (A) commits an offence if—. (a) A intentionally distributes an intimate image of another person (B) to a person other than B; and. (b) the distribution of the image is contrary to community standards of acceptable conduct SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 13. Any person found drunk in a public place shall be guilty of an offence. Penalty: 8 penalty units. No. 6337 s. 24. S. 14 amended by Nos 9554 s. 2 (2) (Sch. 2 item 311), 92/2009 s. 5, 18/2010 s. 51, 12/2011 s. 9, 43/2011 s An Act to reform and restate the law relating to summary offences, and to replace the Police Offences Act 1927 and its amendments. 1 Short Title and commencement. (1) This Act may be cited as the Summary Offences Act 1981. (2) Except as provided in section 49 (2), this Act shall come into force on 1 February 1982

BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966 OFFENCES LIST Section Offence Provision1 Committed by Maximum -either Penalty Units2 Bankrupt Debtor Trustee RDAA Other or Imprisonment3 BANKRUPTCY ACT 54(1) Fail to file statement of affairs with Official Receiver 50 penalty units 54(2) Fail to file statement of joint affairs with Official Receiver 50 penalty unit

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  1. Historical version: 2.5.2005 to 30.6.2005 Published under the Legislation Revision and Publication Act 2002 1 South Australia . Summary Offences Act 1953 . An Act to make provision for certain offences against public order and for other summary
  2. SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT August 2013 Legal Policy Division, Policy Coordination NT Department of the Attorney-General and Justice PCD13/5950, file 20112272 Final Report - Review of the Summary Offences Act - July 2013 8 53.1 Section 69.
  3. March 2000. The Committee met on 9 March 2000 and resolved to refer consideration of the proposed reference to [Redundant Legislation Subcommittee].. On 14 March 2000, the Legislative Assembly resolved that the Committee inquire into the Summary Offences Act 1966, as set out in the [terms of reference], and report back to the Parliament
  4. Inquiry into the Summary Offences Act 1966, Final Report 2 Committee found the evidence received from the persons who appeared at those hearings to be most helpful. Background of the Act The Summary Offences Act 1966 contains provisions relating to a wide variety of areas, including everything from pigeons, to kite-flying to harassing witnesses
  5. SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 60AB. Infringement penalty. (1) The amount payable for an alleged offence for which an infringement notice may be served is 1 penalty unit. S. 60AB (2) inserted by No. 9/2008 s. 9 (3), substituted by No. 18/2010 s. 53. (2) Despite subsection (1)—

Maharashtra Regional and Town [1966 : Mah. XXXVII Planning Act, 1966 SECTIONS 139. Authentication of orders and documents. 140. Offences by companies. 141. Penalty for obstructing contractor or removing mark. 142. Sanction of prosecution. 143. Compounding of offences. 144. Jurisdiction of courts. 145. Magistrate's power to impose enhanced. All charges for indictable offences that are not serious children's indictable offences commence as summary hearings or sentences: Children (Criminal relation to the serving of briefs in summary hearings: Criminal Procedure Act 1986 ss183, 265, Local Court Practice Note 2 of 2004. 53 A Crim R 112 at 116, , Wilcox (Supreme.

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Summary offences make up most matters heard in the Magistrates' Court and can include: disorderly behaviour. some assault offences. driving offences. wilful damage to property. See the Summary Offences Act 1966 for more information. Generally, the prosecuting agency has 12 months from the date of the offence to start court proceedings Summary Offences Act 1988 No 25. An Act with respect to conduct in public and other places; to repeal the Offences in Public Places Act 1979, the Public Assemblies Act 1979 and the Prostitution Act 1979; and for other purposes. Part 1 Preliminary. 1 Name of Act. This Act may be cited as the Summary Offences Act 1988. 2 Commencement

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  1. Following the appeal, the Judge dismissed the charges and ordered the police to pay our client's costs. In legal terms, Common Assault means assaulting or physically beating another person without a legal excuse. The section that covers this offence is section 23 of the Summary Offences Act 1966
  2. ary 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Summary Offences Act 2005. 2 Commencement This Act commences on a day to be fixed by.
  3. (4) Where, when a person is tried on indictment or summarily for an offence under this section, the jury, or, in the case of a summary trial, the District Court, is of opinion that he was not guilty of an offence under this section but was guilty of an offence under section 52 of this Act, the jury or court may find him guilty of an offence.
  4. PDF versions of this legislation produced from 23 September 2013 are authorised by the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. For more information about the effect of authorisation—. for Acts as passed, subordinate legislation as made and reprints, see the Acts Interpretation Act 1954, sections 14B and 14G, and the Evidence Act 1977, sections 43.
  5. The Victorian Government acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land and acknowledges and pays respect to their Elders, past and present
  6. Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) s 53(1), Magistrates' Court, 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2019. Data Tables Offence Summary. Click on a tab below to view information about the offence. Note that a charge is a single proven count of an offence
  7. al Code Compilation Act 1913. For this reason you should be careful of anything you include in a statement to police and you should definitely not sign any statement that you are unsure of, or if you are drunk or under the influence of.

Inquiry into the Summary Offences Act 1966

3 SUMMARY OFFENCES PROCEDURE, 1990 c. S-63. 1 CHAPTER S-63. 1 An Act respecting Summary Offences Procedure and Certain consequential amendments resulting from the enactment of this Act PART I Short Title and Interpretation Short title 1 This Act may be cited as The Summary Offences Procedure Act, 1990 Regulations. Police Offences Regulations 1968 —ceased. Summary Offences Regulations 2016. Summary Offences (Dangerous Articles) Regulations 1988 —ceased. Summary Offences (Dangerous Articles and Prohibited Weapons) Regulations 2000 —ceased. Summary Offences (General) Regulations 1990 —ceased SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 19. (1) A person (A) commits an offence if—. (a) A exposes (to any extent) A's genitals; and. (b) A intends to expose (to any extent) A's genitals; and. (c) the exposure is sexual; and. (d) the exposure is in, or is within the view of, a public place. (2) A person who commits an offence against subsection (1. The section that covers this offence is section 24 of the Summary Offences Act 1966. Elements of the offence. An accused may be found guilty of Aggravated Assault if the Prosecution prove the following elements beyond reasonable doubt. The accused who was in company with any other person or persons assaulted another person; o

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 9 Wilful destruction

An Act relating to the regulation, control and prohibition of the supply and use of poisons, restricted substances, drugs of addiction, certain dangerous drugs and certain therapeutic goods; to establish a Poisons Advisory Committee and to define its powers, authorities, duties and functions; to repeal the Poisons Act 1952 and certain other Acts; to amend the Police Offences (Amendment) Act. summary_offences_act_1966 2/3 Summary Offences Act 1966 Kindle File Format Summary Offences Act 1966 summary offences act 1966 SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Long Title 1.Short title, commencement and division 3.Definitions PART I--PROVISIONS APPLICABLE THROUGHOUT VICTORIA Division 1--Public order 4.Offences relating to the good order of towns etc. 5.Obstruction of footpath etc. 53. Power of magistrate toissue a warrant. 54. Power to search without warrant. In order to ensure expeditious disposal of the trial of offences under the Act, it was considered necessary to provide that offences under the Act 362 Excise [1966: KAR. ACT 21 At present under Section 67 the State Government is empowered t Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) s 41DA(1), Magistrates' Court, 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2019. Data Tables Offence Summary. Click on a tab below to view information about the offence. Note that a charge is a single proven count of an offence. A case is a collection of one or more charges.

Under Section 9(1)(e ) of the Summary Offences Act 1966, a person commits an offence if they enter a private place or a scheduled public place without authority from the owner or occupier or for a legitimate purpose. Scheduled public places include public schools, residential services and treatment facilities, mental health services Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) s 53(1), Data for Magistrates' Court, 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2019. Go to Graphs. Note that a charge is a single proven count of an offence. A case is a collection of one or more charges (of any offence) against a person sentenced at the one hearing. All Cases % Sentence Type

The offence of unlawful assault is contained in section 23 of the Summary Offences Act 1966 which states: Any person who unlawfully assaults or beats another person shall be guilty of an offence. Theft is the most common property offence and is contained in section 72 of the Crimes Act 1958. While thef Summary Conviction Offences [Cap. 37 CHAPTER 37. SUMMARY CONVICTION OFFENCES. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS. PART L~PRELIMINARY. sECTION. 1. Short title and application. 2. Interpretation. 3. Case of offences under both Statute and Ordinance. 4. Limit of penalties where none specified. 5. Increased punishment in cases of two and three or more. Summary Offences Act 2005 Part 2 Offences Page 8 Current as at 21 July 2020 Authorised by the Parliamentary Counsel Maximum penalty—10 penalty units or 6 months imprisonment. (2) Subsection (1)(c) does not apply to a person who— (a) is an individual authorised by a charity registered under the Collections Act 1966 to solicit donations for th

(6) Where a prosecution for an offence against a provision of this Act in relation to an article seized under sub-section (2) or (3) has not been instituted before the expiration of the period referred to in sub-section (4), a constable shall take the article before a court of summary jurisdiction, and sub-sections 9 (2), (2 a) and (3) of the. EDUCATION ACT An Act to make better provision for the promotion of education in Trinidad and Tobago. [27TH AUGUST 1966] 1. This Act may be cited as the Education Act. PRELIMINARY 2. In this Act— Advisory Committee means the National Advisory Committee established by the Minister pursuant to section 8; allowance means compensation. For offences committed on or after 1 November 2014, the question will be whether Crimes Act 1958 s324 is impliedly excluded. The section only expressly excludes one class of offence. Under section 324(3), liability is not imposed on a person for an offence that, as a matter of policy, is intended to benefit or protect that person ( Crimes.

Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act, 2001. Summary trial of indictable offences. 53. — (1) The District Court may try summarily a person charged with an indictable offence under this Act if—. ( a) the Court is of opinion that the facts proved or alleged constitute a minor offence fit to be tried summarily Criminal Code ( R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46) Act current to 2021-06-03 and last amended on 2021-05-06. Previous Versions. 787 (1) Unless otherwise provided by law, every person who is convicted of an offence punishable on summary conviction is liable to a fine of not more than $5,000 or to a term of imprisonment of not more than two years less a day. 87. Penalty for obstructing execution of Act. 88. Offences and penalties. 89. Continuing offences and penalties. FIRST SCHEDULE. SECOND SCHEDULE. 1 of 1966. An Act to make better provision for the promotion of education in Trinidad and Tobago. Commencement. 98/1966. [27TH AUGUST 1966] Short title. 1. This Act may be cited as the Education Act.

This Act may be cited as the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1996. Commencement 2. This Act shall enter into force on the day appointed by the Minister and published in the Fiji Republic Gazette. Application of Act 3. (1) This Act applies to all workplaces in Fiji including territorial waters, land an MAHARASHTRA REGIONAL AND TOWN PLANNING ACT, 1966 - Indian Bare Act / Law / Statute / Kanoon - LawyerService (a) the taking part by those persons in an act of sexual penetration as denned in sectio 2nA of the Crimes Act 1958 o;r (b) the performance by one of those persons of masturbation on the other— in return for payment or reward. Public place has the same meaning as in the Summary Offences Act 1966. Publish means Section 53 offenders are young people between the ages of 10 and 17 years of age (inclusive) who commit grave crimes, and are sentenced under Section 53 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933. Subsection (1) provides that such children convicted of murder be detained during Her Majesty's Pleasure for an indeterminate period Crime and Misconduct and Summary Offences Amendment Act 2009 No. 12 pts 1, 3. date of assent 28 May 2009. commenced on date of assent. Fair Work (Commonwealth Powers) and Other Provisions Act 2009 No. 49 ss 1-2, pt 3 div 11. date of assent 19 November 2009

Criminal Code Act. Chapter 77. Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990 . Arrangement of Sections . The original numbering of sections has been retained in order not to disturb the cross references to those sections in other enactments which are many and will be found throughout the whole Editio (7) This section applies with respect to a defendant served with an offence notice before the day subsection 1 (1) of Schedule 39 to the Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act (Budget Measures), 2020 came into force, if a justice had not examined the certificate of offence before that day. 2020, c. 36, Sched. 39, s. 1 (1) 90 Impersonation, etc. E+W (1) Any person who with intent to deceive impersonates a member of a police force or special constable, or makes any statement or does any act calculated falsely to suggest that he is such a member or constable, shall be guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the. AN ACT entitled Wills, Probate and Administration Act 1966, Being an Act relating to- (a) wills; and (b) the devolution and administration of the estates of deceased persons; and (c) death duties, and for related purposes. PART I. - PRELIMINARY. 1. INTERPRETATION. In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 3 Definition

The former section applies to Table 1 offences and the latter to Table 2 offences. Section 58 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 sets numerical limitations on consecutive sentences imposed by the Local Court. Section 58 is a very technical provision and close attention must be given to the language of the section The Punishment of Offences Act 1837. The preamble and section 1, so far as they relate to offences under the Riot Act, the Murder Act 1751 or section 4 of the Unlawful Oaths Act 1812. 2 & 3 Vict. c. 71. The Metropolitan Police Courts Act 1839. Section 33. 7 & 8 Vict. c. 2. The Admiralty Offences Act 1844. The whole Act. 9 & 10 Vict. c. 93

213. Limitation of time for proceedings for summary offences. 214. Procedure in case where accused person has right to trial by Supreme Court. 215. Power of magistrate in cases triable both summarily and on information. 216. Special procedure in minor cases where the charge is admitted. 217 Indictable offences are heard before a judge and jury in the County or Supreme courts. Some indictable offences can be heard in the Magistrates' court if both parties agree to this. When a person is charged with a criminal offence in Victoria they are either prosecuted by Victoria Police (mostly for summary offences) or by the Office of. A person commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months, or to a fine not exceeding $10,000, if the person, without reasonable excuse, contravenes this section. Section 5: replaced, on 24 June 2021, by section 12 of the Arms Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 23) Indictable offences can range from theft, cause injury and drug offences to more serious matters such as rape, armed robbery, murder and treason. See the Crimes Act 1958 for information about offences deemed as indictable. Some indictable offences may be heard in the Magistrates' Court by way of summary hearing in the same way as summary. 53. Other offences triable by the courts. 54. Apprehension of deserters. 55. Arrest of members of the Force. Force as constituted under section 3 of this Act; 12 of 1966 27 of 1969 E.L.A.O., 1974 36 of 1975 3 of 1976 8 of 1981 5 of 1987 15 of 1988 30 of 198

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Section 53A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, inserted by Section 14 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009, creates a summary-only offence of paying for the sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force, etc. A person (A) commits an offence if: A makes or promises payment for the sexual services of a prostitute (B) 1. This Act may be cited as the Offences against the Person Shon title. Act. Homicide * 2.-(1) Subject to subsection (3), every person to whom sec- Murder. tion 3(1A) applies or who is convicted of murder committed in 141 s, 2. 1992 any of the following circumstances shall be sentenced in accor- 112005 dance with section 3(l)(a), that is to say- s An Act relating to Magistrates. [Assent 30th April, 1896] [Commencement 9th August, 1897] 1. This Act may be cited as the Magistrates Act. 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — adult means a person who, in the opinion of the magistrate before whom he is brought, is eighteen years of age or upwards This view is borne out by the decision of this Court in State of Andhra Pradesh v. N. Venugopal, AIR 1964 SC 33, in which the effect of S. 53 of the Madras District Police Act was construed by this Court and it was held that the protection of that section cannot be extended to police officers accused of beating a person suspected of a crime or. Amending Act 10 of 1966.—It is considered necessary to amend the City of Bangalore Municipal Corporation Act, 1949, in certain respects, in order to afford more amenities to the public, to augment the resources of the corporation and to streamline the administration of the corporation by avoiding delays. Hence this Bill

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  1. The Court, by a 2:1 majority, ruled that the officers who are vested with powers under Section 53 of the NDPS Act are police officers within the meaning of Section 25 of the Evidence Act, 1872. As a result, any confessional statement made to them would be barred under the provisions of Section 25 of the Evidence Act, and cannot be taken.
  2. alised, it was possible for gay men (and women) to join together openly in order to challenge discri
  3. Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) s 53(1), Higher Courts, 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2019. Data Tables Offence Summary. Click on a tab below to view information about the offence. Note that a charge is a single proven count of an offence
  4. (3) Where a marriage is invalid under section two of the Marriage Act, 1949, or section one of the Age of Marriage Act, 1929 (the wife being a girl under the age of sixteen), the invalidity does not make the husband guilty of any offence under this section by reason of her incapacity to consent while under that age, if he believes her to be his.
  5. 'induce' includes to persuade, encourage, coerce, intimidate or threaten or cause a person, and 'inducement' has a corresponding meaning; 'judicial officer' means- (a) any constitutional court judge or any other judge as defined in section 1 of the Judges' Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Act, 2001 ( Act 47 of 2001 ); (b) a judge of the Labour Court appointed under section 153 (1) (a) o
  6. in clause (d) of section 2 of the National Housing Bank Act, 1987 (53 of 1987); (n) intermediary means,- (i) a stock-broker, sub-broker share transfer agent, banker to an issue, trustee to a trust deed, registrar to an issue, merchant banker, underwriter, portfolio manager, investment adviser or any othe
  7. an act to make provision with respect to housing (including the provision of loans and grants by the state and by local authorities in relation to housing), for that purpose to consolidate with amendments certain enactments relating to housing, to amend certain other enactments and to make provision with respect to other matters connected with the matters aforesaid

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 41DA Distribution of

Under Section 23 of the Summary Offences Act 1966, common assault refers to an assault perpetrated against one person by another, where the injuries are fairly superficial. While common assault still carries the possibility of a prison sentence, it is considered to be the least serious assault related offence SUMMARY PROCEDURE ACT, 1921 This Act is reprinted pursuant to the Acts Republication Act, 1967, and incorporates all 53. Punishment of aiders and abettors in the commission of offences Juvenile Courts Act, 1966. No. 3 of 1966 [Assented to 10 February 19661 Justices Act Amendment Act, 1969, No. 39 of 1969 [Assented to 13 November 1969j5. General purpose of this Act. 4. Minister may require reports as to land to be reserved or otherwise protected. 5. Restricting application of this Act. 5A. Director-General to administer special leases and grazing permits over certain reserves. 6. Powers of Minister in cases of doubt Amendment of section 53 of Act 105 of 1997, as substituted by section 36 of Act 62 of 2000 and amended by section 16 of Act 42 of 2001 3. Section 53 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1997, is hereby amended— (a) by the deletion of subsections (1) and (2); and (b) by the deletion of subsection (2A). Insertion of section 53A in Act 105 of 1997 4

SUMMARY OFFENCES ACT 1966 - SECT 13 Persons found drun

(6) Except as provided by this Act, the Judiciary Act 1903-1966 applies in relation to offences against this Act. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY ACT 1905 - SECT. 9. Proceedings in respect of offences. SECT Sub-section (1) amended by No. 59, 1967, s. 6. 9 JUSTICES ACT, 1921 This Act is reprinted pursuant to the Acts Republication Act, 1967, and incorporates all amendments in force as at 15 August 1991. It should be noted that the Act was not revised (for obsolete references, etc.) by the Commissioner of Statute Revision prior to the publication of this reprint Proceeding under section 138/141 of the Negotiable Instruments Act is a quasi-criminal and would amount to a proceeding within the meaning of Section 14(1)(a) of IBC - Summary of Supreme Court's Landmark judgment in P. Mohanraj & Ors. Vs. M/S. Shah Brothers Ispat Pvt. Ltd 53. Power to cut off water supply. Amending Act 6 of 1966.—At present the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board maintains the water supply and sewerage system in Bangalore and it will shortly embark upon Section 32 of the Act provides for supply of water for domestic purposes. Section 33 specifie (6) In this section, director has the same meaning as it has in the Corporations Act 2001, and the affairs of a body corporate include those set out in section 53 of that Act. Note 1: Senior manager is defined in section 5 of this Act

Summary Offences Act 1981 No 113 (as at 01 August 2020

The Companies Act, 2013 Rules on the Companies Act, 2013 This feature allows you to view the Companies Act, 2013 - Section-wise or Chapter-wise. You can view a specific section, or view all sections grouped by chapters. You can also search for keywords within the sections of the Act OFFENCES AND PENALTIES. 163. Offences. 164. Cognizance of offences. CHAPTER XVI. MISCELLANEOUS. 165. Address of a Co-operative Society. 166. Copy of Act, Rules and Bye-laws to open to inspection. 167. Prohibition against the use of the word Co-operative. 168. Notice necessary in suits. 169. Travelling and other allowances etc. 170. Short title and commencement. 1. This Act may be cited as the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 and shall come into operation on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, appoint. Interpretation. 2.—. (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires —

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OFFENCES AND PENALTIES 101. Offences 102. Penalties 10 15 20 25 30 CHAPTER 10 MISCELLANEOUS 103. Repeal of Act 122 of 1984 104. Savings 105. Existing bioprospecting projects 106. Short title and commencement 5 3 An Act relating to Marriage. Part I — Preliminary. 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Marriage Act 1961.. 2 Commencement (1) Sections 1, 2 and 3, subsection 5(1), section 9, Parts III and VIII and section 120 shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent An Act to amend the law regarding the prevention of corruption (including offences relating to corruption) and, in doing so, to give effect to the Convention drawn up on the basis of Article K.3(2)(c) of the Treaty on European Union on the fight against corruption involving officials of the European Communities or officials of Member States of the European Union done at Brussels on 26 May 1997. For similar provisions in other states, see Summary Offences Act 2005 (Qld), Summary Offences Act 2007 (NT), Summary Offences Act 1953 (SA), Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) and Criminal Code Act 1924 (Tas). Photography of landmarks, buildings, monument

An air weapon is defined, under section 1(3)(b) and 57(4) of the Firearms Act 1968 as an air rifle, air gun or air pistol which does not fall within section 5 (1) (a) and which is not of a type declared by rules made by the Secretary of State under section 53 of the Firearms Act to be specially dangerous Tax Offices. Click to view Tax Office in India. Tax Helpline. Click to view Tax Helpline. Choose Acts: All Air (Prevention And Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 Apprentices Act, 1961 Arbitration And Conciliation Act, 1996 Banking Cash Transaction Tax Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015 Charitable. Report on Section 5 of the Damages (Scotland) Act 1976 65* Trustee Savings Banks Bill: Report on the Consolidation of the Trustee Savings Banks Acts 1969 to 1978 (LC 108) 66* Private International Law: Council of Europe Conventions on Foreign Money Liabilities (1967) and on the Place of Payment of Money Liabilities (1972) (LC 109) 6 The Animal Welfare Act was signed into law in 1966. It is the only Federal law in the United States that regulates the treatment of animals in research, exhibition, transport, and by dealers. Other laws, policies, and guidelines may include additional species coverage or specifications for animal care and use, but all refer to the Animal Welfare Act as the minimum acceptable standard