Chapter 002:02 - Law Revision

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LAWS OF GUYANA
LAW REVISION ACT
CHAPTER 2:02
Act 4 of 1972
Amended by
6 of 1997 O.166/1974
Current Authorised Pages Pages
(inclusive) Authorised by L.R.O.
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Index
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Subsidiary Legislation
Law Revision (Omissions) Order (O. 82/1973 )
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CHAPTER 2:02 LAW REVISION ACT
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
SECTION 1. Short title. 2. Interpretation. 3. Establishment and Functions of Commission. 4. Form of Publication. 5. Inclusion or removal of pages to be authorised by order. 6. 7. 8. 9.
10. 11. 12. 13.
14. 15.
18.
19.
Periodical revision of Laws of Guyana. Contents of Laws of Guyana. Power to omit certain laws. Laws of Guyana to constitute sole and proper Statute Book. Validity of laws not affected by omission from the Laws. Powers of Commission. No power to make alterations of substance. Construction of references to laws embodied in the Laws of Guyana. Rectification of error or omission in the Laws of Guyana. Alternative mode of amending Laws.
MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS AND REPEALS
COMMISSION’S POWERS IN RESPECT OF A REVISION
Incorporation in first publication of amendments in second schedule and of legislation specified b order.
Commission’s powers with respect to revision of a law imposing a fee or charge.
Commission’s powers with respect to revision of a law imposing a specified monetary penalty.
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16. Amendments
17. Repeals
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FIRST SCHEDULE
SECOND SCHEDULE
THIRD SCHEDULE
21. Criminal law (Procedure)Act, sections 122, 123 and 184.
22. Evidence Act, section 28
23. Evidence Act, section 29. 24. Evidence Act, section 96B. 25. Marriage Act, section 38 25. Business names Rules, Cap. 332, Vol. Xp.3130
VALIDATIONS
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CHAPTER 2:02
LAW REVISION ACT 4 of 1972 An Act to provide for the Revision of the Laws of Guyana
and for matters connected therewith, including Miscellaneous Amendments, Repeals and Validations.
[23 RD SEPTEMBER, 1972]
Short title.
Interpretation.
Establishment and functions of Commission.
1. This Act may be cited as the Law Revision Act.
2. In this Act—
“Act” includes part of an Act but does not include subsidiary legislation made under the Act;
“Commission” means the Law Revision Commission established under section 3;
“in force” in relation to any written law means made and brought into operation;
“Law Revision Order” means an order made by the Commission under section 5;
“revision date” means the 1st January in each year unless with respect to any year the Commission, by order, directs that there shall be no revision date in that year or appoints either in addition to or in substitution for the 1st January some other date or dates to be the revision date or the revision dates for that year; and the “relevant revision date” means the revision date in relation to which the Laws of Guyana were last revised under section 6.
3. (1) There shall be a Law Revision Commission consisting of a chairman and not more than four other members whose functions shall be to prepare, publish and
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maintain in accordance with this Act an edition of the laws of Guyana to be known as the “Laws of Guyana”.
(2) The Attorney-General, the Chief Parliamentary Counsel, and their successors in office, shall be members of the Commission, and the Attorney-General and his successors in office shall be the Chairman of the Commission.
(3) All other appointments to the Commission shall be made by the President.
(4) The Commission may delegate all or any of its functions under this Act to any one or more of its members.
Form of Publication.
Inclusion or removal of pages to be authorised by order.
Periodical revision of Laws of Guyana.
4. The Laws of Guyana shall be published in loose-leaf form or in such other form as the Commission may determine and shall comprise such pages as may be authorised to be included therein under section 5.
5. (1) The Commission with the approval of the President shall by order authorise the inclusion in the Laws of Guyana of every page to be comprised therein, and every page so authorised, and no other, shall form part of the Laws of Guyana.
(2) The Commission with the approval of the President may by order direct the removal of pages from the Laws of Guyana and any page so directed to be removed shall cease to form part of the Laws of Guyana.
(3) Every page comprised in the Laws of Guyana shall bear a reference to the Law Revision Order by which its inclusion therein was authorised.
6. (1) The Laws of Guyana shall be revised as soon as practicable after each revision date, that is to say, the Commission shall prepare the necessary pages and make the necessary orders for the inclusion of these pages in the Laws of Guyana and (with respect to the second or any subsequent
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revision) for the removal of pages no longer required, to the intent that the Laws of Guyana shall, subject to such omissions as are authorised under section 8, contain all the written laws in force in Guyana on such revision date.
(2) The Commission may authorise the inclusion under section 5 in the Laws of Guyana of an Appendix of pages containing such treaties and conventions and such constitutional, legislative or other documents as may from time to time be specified in the Schedule and the Commission shall have power by order to amend the said Schedule.
Contents of Laws of Guyana.
7. (1) The Laws of Guyana shall contain—
(a) every Act in force in Guyana on the relevant revision date, unless omitted under section 8;
(b) such subsidiary legislation in force in Guyana on the relevant revision date as the Commission thinks fit to include therein;
(c) any enactments or documents authorised to be included in the Laws of Guyana under section 6(2);
(d) a chronological list of Acts, a table of contents and an index;
(e) a list of the Acts omitted under the authority of section 8(d), (e) or (f).
(2) The Commission may, if it thinks fit, include in the Laws of Guyana written laws made but not in force on the relevant revision date or written laws made after the relevant revision date, and in any such case there shall be inserted in the Laws an appropriate note with reference to the
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commencement date of such written law. Power to omit certain laws.
8. It shall not be necessary to include in the Laws of Guyana—
(a) any Appropriation Act or Supplementary Appropriation Act;
(b) any applied law;
(c) any subsidiary legislation which the Commission thinks fit to omit;
(d) any loan Act or loan guarantee Act;
(e) any Act of a temporary nature which can, in the opinion of the Commission, be conveniently omitted;
(f) any Act authorised by order of the President to be omitted from the Laws of Guyana.
Laws of Guyana to constitute sole and proper Statute Book.
Validity of laws not affected by omission from the Laws.
Powers of Commission.
9. Subject to sections 10 and 12, the pages duly authorised for inclusion in the Laws of Guyana shall, in all courts and for all purposes, be the sole and proper Statute Book of Guyana in respect of the written laws contained therein as in force on the relevant revision date.
10. No written law omitted, under the authority of this Act or otherwise, from the Laws of Guyana shall be deemed to be without force and validity by reason only of the fact that it is so omitted.
11. In the preparation of the Laws of Guyana the Commission shall have the following powers:
(a) to omit
(i) all written laws or parts of
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written laws which have been repealed expressly or by necessary implication, or which have expired or have become spent or have had their effect;
(ii) all repealing enactments contained in written laws and also all tables or lists of repealed enactments, whether contained in schedules or otherwise;
(iii) all preambles and long titles to written laws, where such omission can, in the opinion of the Commission, conveniently be made;
(iv) all words of enactment in any written law or provision of a written law;
(v) all provisions prescribing the date when, or manner in which, any written law or part of any written law is to come into force, where such omission can, in the opinion of the Commission, conveniently be made;
(vi) all amending written laws or parts of written laws where the amendments effected by such written laws have been embodied by the Commission in the written laws to which they relate;
(b) to consolidate into one written law any two or more written laws in pari materia, making the alterations thereby rendered necessary in the consolidated written laws, and affixing such date thereto as may seem most convenient;
(c) to alter the order of the provisions in
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any written law and, in all cases where it is necessary to do so, to renumber the provisions of any written law;
(d) to alter the form of arrangement of any provision of any written law, either by combining it in whole or in part with another provision or other provisions, or by dividing it into two or more provisions or by transposing words;
(e) to divide any written law, whether consolidated or not, into parts, or other divisions and to give such parts or divisions a suitable heading;
(f) to transfer any provisions contained in any written law from that written law to any other written law to which it more properly belongs or to a separate written law;
(g) to arrange the written laws, whether consolidated or not, in any group or sequence that may be convenient irrespective of the date of enactment;
(h) to add a long title, a short title or a citation to any written law which may require it, and, if necessary, to alter the long title, short title or citation of any written law;
(i) to shorten and simplify the phraseology of any written law;
(j) to correct grammatical and typo- graphical errors, or any clerical or printing errors in any written law, and
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for that purpose to make verbal additions, omissions or alterations not affecting the meaning of any written law;
(k) to add, delete, alter and substitute definitions of terms and expressions in any written law;
(l) to supply or alter marginal notes, head notes or headings;
(m) to correct cross-references;
(n) to make such formal alterations as to names, localities, offices, titles and otherwise as may be necessary to bring any written law into conformity with the circumstances of Guyana;
(o) to make such modifications and adaptations and to attach such qualifications and exceptions to any written law as may appear to be necessary or desirable by reason of changes in the constitution of Guyana or of any Commonwealth territory or generally in the circumstances of Guyana or in the Government or the public service thereof;
(p) to do all things relating to form and method which may be necessary for the perfecting of the Laws of Guyana.
No power to make alter- ations of
12. Nothing in this Act, except in sections 16 and 17, shall be construed to confer power on the Commission to make any alterations or amendments in the substance of any
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substance.
Construction of references to laws embodied in the Laws of Guyana.
Rectification of error or omission in the Laws of Guyana.
Alternative mode of amending Laws.
written law.
13. Where in any written law or other instrument or document reference is made to any written law the provisions of which have been by virtue of this Act embodied in the Laws of Guyana, such reference shall where necessary and practicable be deemed to extend and apply to the corresponding provisions in the Laws of Guyana.
14. (1) Where any error or omission in the Laws of Guyana comes to the attention of the Commission, it shall be its duty to take the necessary measures to rectify such error or omission forthwith.
(2) Such error or omission may be rectified–
(a) by means of an amendment to the Laws of Guyana effected by order of the Commission.
(b) either alternatively or in addition to the means provided in paragraph (a), by the inclusion in and removal from the Laws of Guyana, in accordance with section 5, of such pages as the circumstances may require.
(3) An amending order under subsection (2)(a) or a Law Revision Order under subsection 2(b) may have retrospective effect to the date of coming into operation of the Law Revision Order from which the error or omission resulted.
15. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6(1), where the Commission deems it expedient, in the interests of economy or convenience, in revising any page of the Laws of Guyana to which an amendment has been made since the last revision or to which the Commission proposes to make an amendment, the Commission may, as an alternative to
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incorporating the amendment in the Laws of Guyana by removing the page and inserting in its place a page setting out the law as amended–
(a) allow the page to which the amendment relates to continue to form part of the Laws of Guyana; and
(b) include in the Laws of Guyana a page (in this section called an “amendment page”) setting out the particulars of the amendment.
(2) The exercise of its powers under this section in respect of an amendment shall in no way prejudice the power of the Commission at any time to incorporate that amendment in the Laws of Guyana by removing the amended page and inserting in its place a page setting out the law as amended.
(3) An amendment page shall for all purposes form part of the Laws of Guyana and shall be included in or removed from the Laws of Guyana in the same manner as any other page of the Laws of Guyana.
MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS AND REPEALS
Amendments. Second Schedule.
16. (1) The laws specified in the first column of the Second Schedule are hereby amended in the manner specified in the second column of that Schedule.
(2) The provisions of the statutory instruments amended in the Second Schedule may, not withstanding such amendment by the Act of Parliament, be henceforth amended or revoked in the same manner and by the same authority as immediately before the commencement of this Act.
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Repeals Third Schedules.
17. (1) The laws set out in the Third Schedule are hereby repealed.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 7(1), it shall not be necessary to include in the Laws of Guyana any of the laws set out in the Third Schedule.
COMMISSION’S POWERS IN RESPECT OF A REVISION
Commission’s powers with respect to revision of a law imposing a fee or charge. [6 of 1997]
19. (1) In the first revision under this Act, after the enactment of this section, where any law (in whatever terms) prescribes, as a fee or charge (not being a tax or a duty), or as the rate of such fee or charge, a sum which comprises–
(a) dollars and cents, the Commission may delete the cents;
(b) cents only, the Commission may substitute for the cents a dollar.
(2) Where any law prescribes a fee or charge referred to in subsection (1) such fee or charge shall after compliance with subsection (1), be increased in the manner provided by section 17(1) to (3), inclusive, as if the fee or charge were a monetary penalty within the meaning of the said section 17(1) to (3).
Commission’s power with respect to revision of a law imposing a specified monetary penalty. [6 of 1997]
20. (1) In the first revision under this Act, after the enactment of this section, of any written law imposing a specified monetary penalty, the Commission shall, in lieu of such penalty, substitute a penalty calculated in accordance with the provisions of subsections (2) and (3).
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Schedule and any other legislation specified for this purpose by order of the President.
18. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 7(1) (a) and (b), the Commission may incorporate in the first publication of the Laws of Guyana any of the mendments made in the Second
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(2) The penalty shall first be increased as follows–
(a) where the law imposing the penalty or effecting the last amendment thereto was made before the year 1975 by multiplying the penalty by sixty-five;
(b) where the law imposing the penalty or effecting the last amendment thereto was made in or after the year 1975 but before the 1st January, 1985, by multiplying the penalty by fifty-five;
(c) where the law imposing the penalty or effecting the last amendment thereto was made in or after the 1st January, 1985, but before the 1st January, 1995, by multiplying the penalty by three.
(3) The figure arrived at in calculating the increased penalty (in dollars) in accordance with subsection (2) and any monetary penalty imposed by a law made in 1995 or after (if not a multiple of five) shall be rounded off to the next higher figure which is a multiple of five.
(4) Any sum specified in any law for the purpose of a bond or recognizance into which anyone is to enter in respect of a criminal charge or matter shall be increased in the manner provided by subsection (1) to (3), inclusive, as if the sum were a monetary penalty within the meaning of those subsections.
(5) Any sum specified in any law as a monetary penalty which any authority is authorised to impose in subsidiary legislation in respect of a criminal offence shall be increased in the manner provided by subsections (1) to (3), inclusive, as if the sum were a monetary penalty within the meaning of those subsections.
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21. (1) The provisions of sections 122 and 123 of the Criminal Law (procedure) Act (inserted as sections 119 and 120, respectively, by the Indictable Offences (Procedure) Act, 1893, Amendment Act, 1905) shall be deemed to have continued to have effect after the coming into operation o f the Indictable Offences (Procedure) Act, 1893 , Amendment Act, 19l8, as if they had not been repealed by the latter Act and (subject, in the case of section 122, to the amendment made by the Criminal Law (Procedure) (Amendment No.2) Ordinance, 1955) shall have effect accordingly.
Evidence Ordinance section 29. c. 5:03
Evidence Ordinance
c. 5:03 section 28.
Criminal Law (Procedure) Ordinance, Sections 122. 123 and 184. c.10:01 3 of 1905. 25 0f 1918. 33 of 1955
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23. Any of the instruments mentioned in section 29 of the Evidence Act certified and legalised, or purporting to be certified and legalised, under the hand and seal of any of the officers or persons before whom it could have been certified and legalised been certified and legalised immediately before 26th May, 1966, may, subject to the provisions of the Deeds Registry Act, be recorded in the deeds registry and, if already recorded in the deeds registry, shall be deemed to have been legally and effectually recorded therein and the said section 29 shall apply to such instrument and shall be deemed always to have applied to such instrument as it would apply to an instrument so certified and legalised immediately before 25th May, 1966.
22. The affidavit or declaration of a subscribing witness sworn or made under section 28 of the Evidence Act between 25th May, 1966, and the date of commencement of this Act in proof of the due execution of any deed, letter of attorney, or other power or instrument in writing shall be valid and effectual for the purposes of that section if made or sworn before any of the officers or persons before whom such an affidavit or declaration could have been made or sworn immediately before 26th May, 1966.
(2) The provisions of section 184 of the Criminal Law (Procedure) Act (inserted as section 188 by the Indictable Offences (Procedure) Act, 1893,Amendment Act, 1905)shall be deemed to have Continued to have effect after the coming into operation of the Indictable Offences (Procedure) Act, 1893, Amendment Act, 1918, as if they had not been repealed by the latter Act and, subject to the amendment made thereto in the Second Schedule, shall have effect accordingly.
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SCHEDULE
DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED IN APPENDIX TO THE LAWS OF GUYANA.
1. Articles of Capitulation proposed in 1803 by the Governor General and the Court of Policy of the Colonies of Essequibo and Demerara, and the Commanding Officers of the Sea and Land Forces of the Batavian Republic in the said Colony, to their Excellencies the Commanders-in-Chief of His Britannic Majesty’s Sea and Land Forces off Demerara, with the Answers to such articles; and Additional Articles thereto.
2. The Act relating to the Boundaries between Berbice and Suriname (7th February, 1800), in the English version only.
3. A Proclamation by the Provisional Government and other Members of the Court of Policy and Criminal Justice in the Colony of Berbice relating to the Capitulation of the Colony (27th September, 1803); and Additional Article thereto.
4. Award of the Tribunal of Arbitration constituted under Article I of the Treaty of Arbitration signed at Washington on the 2nd February, 1897, between Great Britain
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Rules. C.90:05 R. 2/1956
Names Business
Marriage Ordinance section 96B c.5:03
Evidence Ordinance section 96B c.5:03
26. Rule 11 of the Business Names Rules as inserted by the Business Names (Amendment) Rules, 1956,shall have effect and shall be deemed always to have had effect as if the fees prescribed therein had been authorised by the provisions of sections 18 and 19 of the-Business Names (Registration) Act.
24. Any oath administered or any affidavit taken abroad by a diplomatic agent or a consular officer of Guyana before the coming into operation of section 96B of the Evidence Act (inserted by the Second Schedule of this Act) shall be deemed to be as valid and effectual as if at the time of the administration of the oath or the taking of the affidavit that section had been in operation. 25. Any licence purporting to be granted under section 38 of the Marriage Act by the Registrar General or the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health between 20th September, 1961, and the commencement of this Act shall be as valid and effectual as if granted by the authority empowered by that section to grant such licence.
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and the United States of Venezuela, dated the 3rd October, 1899.
5. Award of His Majesty the King of Italy with regard to the boundary between the Colony of British Guiana and the United States of Brazil, dated the 6th June, 1904.
SECOND SCHEDULE
The amendments in this schedule have been incorporated in their respective principal laws published in this Edition and have accordingly been omitted.
Laws repealed by section 17 Ordinances
1929 Edition Of the laws.
Cap. 21 Probation of Offenders Ordinance. Cap. 192 Industrial and Reformatory schools Ordinance. Cap. 276 Georgetown (Vlissengen) Improvement Ordinance. Cap. 277 Vlisssengen Commission (Dissolution) Ordinance.
1953 Edition Of the laws
Cap. 6 Mandated and trust Territories Ordinance. Cap. 57 official designation ordinance Cap. 84 young offenders detention ordinance Cap. 85 Detained persons (transfer of custody) Ordinance. Cap. 86 naval discipline assistance ordinance Cap. 90 impressment ordinance. Cap. 121 bread ordinance Cap. 128 cinematograph (British films) ordinance. Cap. 158 Georgetown accumulated taxes and rates (funding)
ordinance
s. 16
s. 17
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Cap. 205 berbice library ordinance. Cap. 273 new Amsterdam waterway ordinance. Cap. 278 demerara river bridge (enabling) ordinance Cap. 285 bank notes ordinance. Cap. 286 legal tender (Trinidad and Barbados currency
notes) ordinance Cap. 311 civil list maintenance ordinance. Cap. 323 importation of textiles (quotas) ordinance. Cap. 352 acquisition of land (U.S.A Air and naval bases)
ordinance
Other laws. 1 of 1941 excess profits tax (cessation) ordinance 1941. 22 of 1942 land partition and Reallotment ordinance 1942. 28 of 1942 life assurance companies (temporary
modifications) ordinance 12 of 1945 district lands partition and re-allotment (special
Provisions) ordinance 1945. 19 of 1949 steam boilers (repeal) ordinance 1949 24 of 1953 compensation (emergency order) ordinance 1953. 45 of 1954 legal tender (Jamaica currency notes) ordinance. 32 of 1955 british Caribbean shipping (agreement) ordinance 32 of 1960 georgetown (valuation and rating) (special
provisions) ordinance 1960 41 of 1961 local government ( postpone of elections)
ordinance 16 of 1962 national development and savings levy ordinance
1962. 25 of 1963 local government (special provisions) (no. 2)
ordinance 1963 8 of 1966B post and telegraph (adaptation and
modifications) Act 1966
18 of 1967 local government (Christianburg-wismar- mackenzie country district) (spcial Provison) Act 1967.
4 of 1971 Summary jurisdiction (magistrates) (Modification) Act 1971.
SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION.
Under Cap.7, Ordinances 13 of 1893 and 33 of 1922:
Gaz . 27th December,
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Under Cap. 14: Proc. 11/1963
Proclamation Made Under Section 123 (1) On 31st May, 1963.
Under Cap. 91: Approved 22nd October, 1930 (Vol. VIII p. 1071)
Regulations For The Nomination Of Students To The Imperial College, Trinidad.
Under Cap. 93: Made On 22nd November, 1926 (Vol. VIII p. 1078)
Regulations For The Nomination Of Students To The Imperial College, Trinidad.
Under Cap. 93: Made On 2nd November, 1926 (Vol. VIII p. 1078)
Regulations Made Under Section 9
Made On 12th January, 1909 (Vol. III p 1091)
Regulations Made Under Section 9.
Made On 19th July, 1928 (Vol. VIII p. 1093) Essequibo Boy School Fire Fund
Regulations. Under Cap. 132: Made 7th December, 1915 (Vol. VIII p. 1437)
Regulations Relating To Gratuities To Masters Of Vessels.
Made 22nd September, 1939 (Vol. VIII P. 1357) Order In Council Fixing Rates
For Conversion Of Money Orders Issued By The United States Of America.
Made 1st April, 1940 Order In Council Fixing Rates Of Commission On Money Orders Payable In Canada.
Reg. 39/ 1953 Regulations Relating To Parcel Postage Surface Rates (Great Britain And Northern Ireland) (H.M Forces ).
Under Cap. 237: O. 7/1940
(Vol. IX p. 2372) Under Cap. 280: Directions 24/11/1937`
Bartica Electric Supply Order.
Motor Omnibus (Parking Places Directions)
1924 No. 213 Rules of the Supreme Court (appeals), 1924
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O. 14 / 1948 (Vol. X p. 2729
Road Traffic (New Amsteram) (No. 2) Order.
Reg 15/1950 (Vol. X. p 2728)
Road Traffic (Georgetown) Regulations.
O. 93/1953 Road Traffic (James Street) Order, 1953.
O.38/1956 Road Traffic (Georgetown) Order, 1956.
O. 21/8/1956 Road Traffic (Waterloo Street) Order, 1956.
O.21/8/1956 Road Traffic (Brickdam) Order, 1956.
O. 3/7/1957 Motor Bus (Stands And Stopping Places) Order, 1957.
O. 66/1958 Parking Places (Grove) Order, 1958.
O.16/1959 Road Traffic (Vlissengen Road Area) Order, 1959.
O.8/1961 Parking Places (Georgetown) (No. 2) Order, 1961.
O.58/ 1961 Road Traffic (Georgetown) Order , 1961
O.76/1963 Parking Places (East Demerara) Order, 1963.
O.67/1965 Road Traffic (Georgetown) (One-Way Streets) Order, 1965.
Under Various Ordinances:
O.12/1955 Animal Diseases (Prohibition Of Importation) (No. 2) Order, 1955.
O. 52/1958 Holidays With Pay (Clerical Employees) Order, 1958.
O. 47/1959 Trade (Control Of Prices) Order, 1959.
Proc. 3/1962 Proclamation Made Under Section 6(1) Of The Public Order Ordinance, 1955, On 14th February, 1962.
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SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
O. 82/1973 LAW REVISION (OMISSIONS) ORDER
made under section 8
Citation. 1. This Order may be cited as the Law Revision (Omissions) Order.
2. The Acts specified in the Schedule are omitted from the Laws of Guyana.
SCHEDULE
Acts omitted from the Laws of Guyana
(The Chapter numbers referred to in this list are the Chapter numbers of the respective Acts in the 1953 Edition of the Laws of Guyana)
Cap. 27 Judgments Extension Ordinance.
Cap. 30 Legal Practitioners Ordinance: section 11.
Cap. 76 Pensions Increase Ordinance.
Cap. 104 Indian Labour Ordinance: sections 8, 12, 13, 15, 17 to 26 (inclusive), 185 to 190 (inclusive), 197 to 203 (inclusive), Forms in the Schedule—35, 36, 38, 39 and 40.
Cap. Ill Workmen's Compensation Ordinance.
Cap. 134 Colonial Medical Service Ordinance.
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[Subsidiary]
Cap. 135
Law Revision (Omissions) Order
Medical Practitioners (Temporary Registration) Ordinance.
Cap. 136 Medical Practitioners Ordinance.
Cap. 137 Nurses and Midwives Registration Ordinance.
Cap. 139 Public Hospitals Ordinance.
Cap. 140 Mental Hospital Ordinance.
Cap. 142 Dangerous Drugs Ordinance.
Cap. 143 Antibiotics Ordinance.
Cap. 144 Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance.
Cap. 145 Public Health Ordinance.
Cap. 146 Vaccination Ordinance.
Cap. 147 Leprosy Ordinance.
Cap. 148 Quarantine Ordinance.
Cap. 149 Davson Centenary Fund Ordinance.
Cap. 154 Georgetown (Valuation and Rating) Ordinance.
Cap. 189 Plantation Thomas (Nonpariel Park) (Acquisition) Ordinance.
Cap. 193 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Areas) 1945 Ordinance.
Cap. 194 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) 1949 Ordinance.
Cap. 195 Drainage and Irrigation (Extension of Area) Ordinance.
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[Subsidiary]
Cap. 204
Law Revision (Omissions) Order
National Cultural Centre Ordinance.
Cap. 207 Tuberculosis Society (Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 208 Hand-in-Hand Fire Insurance Company Ordinance.
Cap. 209 Guyana and Trinidad Mutual Life Insurance Company Ordinance.
Cap. 210 Guyana and Trinidad Mutual Fire Insurance Company Ordinance.
Cap. 211 Demerara Life Assurance Society Ordinance.
Cap. 213 Church of Scotland Government Ordinance.
Cap. 214 Roman Catholic Bishop Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 215 St. Joseph's Ursuline Convent Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 216 Convent of Mercy Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 217 London Missionary Society
Cap. 218 Moravian Mission Council Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 219 Canadian Mission Council Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 220 Barbados Christian Mission Council Incorporation Ordinance.
Cap. 221 Christian Brethren Incorporation
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Ordinance.
Cap. 222 Seventh Day Adventists (Guyana Conference) Ordinance.
Cap. 223 Seventh Day Baptist Missionary Society Ordinance.
Cap. 224 Pilgrim Holiness Church Ordinance.
Cap. 225 Evangelical Lutheran Church (Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 227 African Methodist Episcopal Church (Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 228 African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 229 Methodist Missionary Society (Vesting of Property) Ordinance.
Cap. 230 Missionary Board of the Church of God (Vesting of Property) Ordinance.
Cap. 231 Hindu Religious Society (Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 232 Salvation Army Ordinance.
Cap. 233 Young Men's Christian Association (Colony Trustees Incorporation) Ordinance.
Cap. 234 Young Women's Christian Association (Incorporation of Trustees) Ordinance.
Cap. 235 Water Commissioners Ordinance.
Cap. 262 Railways Purchase Ordinance.
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Cap. 277 Roads Ordinance: the Schedule.
Cap. 282 Atkinson Airport Ordinance.
Cap. 313 Excise (Transfer of Duties) Ordinance.
Cap. 331 Portuguese Pawnbroking Company (Extension of Powers) Ordinance.
Cap. 340 Trade Marks Ordinance: section 77 and the Second Schedule.
Cap. 353 United States Bases (Agreement) Ordinance.
Cap. 354 War Censorship Ordinance.
Cap. 355 Enemy Property Ordinance.
Cap. 357 Trading with the Enemy Ordinance.
1 of 1954 Rent Restriction (Continuance) Ordinance.
4 of 1954 Drainage and Irrigation (Boerasirie Extension Project) (Special Provisions) Ordinance.
5 of 1954 Prabhatranjan Dasgupta (Disability Removal) Ordinance.
6 of 1954 Medical Practitioners (Temporary Registration) (Extension) Ordinance.
8 of 1954 Medical Practitioners (Provisional Registration) Ordinance.
24 of 1954 Diocese of Guyana Ordinance.
42 of 1954 Guyana Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (Incorporation of Trustees) Ordinance.
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43 of 1954 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area and Validation of Acts) Ordinance.
25 of 1955 Ethiopian Orthodox Church (Incorporation) Ordinance.
36 of 1955 Society for the Blind (Incorporation) Ordinance.
40 of 1955 Unevangelised Fields Mission (Incorporation) Ordinance.
6 of 1956 Aerodromes Ordinance.
21 of 1956 Guyana Sevashram Sangha (Incorporation of Trustees) Ordinance.
25 of 1956 Optometrists Ordinance.
36 of 1956 Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance.
7 of 1957 Fire Brigade Ordinance: section 10; the words
"discipline, good conduct and discharge" in section 31(a); paragraphs (i) and (j) (formerly (h) and (i) respectively) of section 31.
18 of 1957 Criminal Justice Ordinance.
20 of 1957 Distribution of Enemy Property Ordinance.
39 of 1957 Police Ordinance: sections 37A, 38A, 39A, 41 A, 42A, 43A, 49A, 97A and the proviso to section 84(7) and sections 105(1), (m), (n), (o) and (p) (formerly (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f) respectively).
18 of 1958 Assemblies of God (Incorporation) Ordinance.
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30 of 1958 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) Ordinance.
34 of 1958 Trade Ordinance: section 11.
16 of 1959 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) Ordinance.
29 of 1959 Medical Practitioners (Registration) Ordinance.
3 of 1960 Nonpariel Park (Lease to Indian Education Trust of Guyana) Ordinance.
2 of 1961 Christian Catholic Church (Incorporation) Ordinance.
9 of 1961 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Ordinance.
12 of 1961 Guyana United Sad'r Islamic Anjuman (Incorporation of Trustees) Ordinance.
15 of 1961 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) (No.2) Ordinance.
16 of 1961 Park to Abary Drainage and Irrigation (Extension of Area) Ordinance.
17 of 1961 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) (No. Ordinance.
27 of 1961 Overseas Service Agreement Ordinance.
32 of 1961 Bible Protestant Congregational Church of Guyana (Incorporation) Ordinance.
3 of 1962 Drainage and Irrigation (Declaration of Area) Ordinance.
20 of 1962 Association of Baptist Churches in
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Guyana (Incorporation) Ordinance.
23 of 1962 Public Corporation Ordinance.
6 of 1964 Full Gospel Movement Streams of Power in Guyana (Incorporation) Ordinance.
7 of 1964 Association of the New Testament Church of God in Guyana Ordinance.
10 of 1966A Rosehall Village Corentyne Drainage and Irrigation(Extension) Ordinance.
5 of 1966B Church of the Nazarene in Guyana (Incorporation) Act.
13 of 1967 Guyana Pandits' Council (Incorporation) Act.
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