Diplomatic Privileges (Nasa Personnel) Order 1996

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Diplomatic Privileges (Nasa Personnel) Order 1996
Title 6
Laws of Bermuda Item 5(b)

1989 Revision 1

BERMUDA STATUTORY INSTRUMENT

BR 61/1996

DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES ACT 1980

[made under section 4 of the Diplomatic Privileges Act 1980 [title 6 item 5]
and brought into operation on 11 October 1996]

ARRANGEMENT OF PARAGRAPHS

1 Citation
2 Interpretation

3 Declaration as diplomatic
agent

The Governor, in exercise of the power conferred upon him by
section 4 of the Diplomatic Privileges Act 1980, makes the following
Order:—

Citation
1 This Order may be cited as the Diplomatic Privileges (NASA
Director) Order 1996.

Interpretation
2 In this Order—

"NASA" means the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration of the United States of America;

"NASA Director" means the person, being a citizen of the United
States of America, employed by NASA to manage the NASA
Station in Bermuda in connection with the Agreement dated

dDIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES
(PRECLEARANCE OFFICIALS) ORDER 1980

2

15 March 1961 and made between the Government of the
United States of America and the Government of the United
Kingdom for the establishment and operation of a Space
Vehicle Tracking and Communication Station in Bermuda.

Declaration as diplomatic agents
3 The NASA Director is a diplomatic agent as respects the
importation into Bermuda, under Article 36.1(b) of the Convention, of
articles of the following description, namely, articles for his personal use
or the personal use of members of his family forming part of his
household.