Currency Act 1992

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Currency Act 1992

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Index Section Page

1 Currency of the Isle of Man ........................................................................................... 5
2 Legal tender ..................................................................................................................... 5
3 Issue of currency ............................................................................................................. 6
4 Power of Treasury to call in Government notes and coins ....................................... 6
5 Form of currency of the Isle of Man ............................................................................. 6
6 Form of special currency................................................................................................ 6
7 Obligations in respect of currency ................................................................................ 7
8 Directions to bankers in respect of notes and coins ................................................... 8
9 Penalty for defacing Government notes ...................................................................... 8
10 Melting or breaking up of coins .................................................................................... 8
11 Financial ........................................................................................................................... 8
12 Interpretation ................................................................................................................... 8
13 Penalties and offences .................................................................................................... 9
14 Amendments ................................................................................................................... 9
15 Repeals ............................................................................................................................. 9
16 Short title and commencement ..................................................................................... 9
SCHEDULE 1 11

AMENDMENT OF ENACTMENTS 11
SCHEDULE 2 11

REPEAL OF ENACTMENTS 11
SCHEDULE 3 12

SAVING AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS 12
ADDENDUM 13

DECIMAL CURRENCY (ISLE OF MAN) ACT 1970 13
SCHEDULE 1 19

MANX DECIMAL COINS ACT 1970 19
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3 Orders to be approved by Tynwald .......................................................................... 20
SCHEDULE 20

DENOMINATIONS, WEIGHT, DIAMETER AND COMPOSITION OF NEW
COINS 20
ENDNOTES 21

TABLE OF LEGISLATION HISTORY 21
TABLE OF RENUMBERED PROVISIONS 21
TABLE OF ENDNOTE REFERENCES 21

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CURRENCY ACT 1992

Received Royal Assent: 15 December 1992
Passed: 15 December 1992
Commenced: 27 January 1993
AN ACT
to repeal and replace enactments relating to the currency of the Island;
and for connected purposes.
GENERAL NOTE:
The maximum fines in this Act are as increased by the Criminal
Justice (Penalties, Etc.) Act 1993 s 1.
1 Currency of the Isle of Man

(1) The currency of the Isle of Man shall continue to be the pound (in this
Act referred to as “the Manx pound
”) which shall be divided into 100
pence.
(2) The Manx pound shall continue to have parity with the pound sterling.
2 Legal tender

(1) Government notes shall be legal tender at their face value for the
payment of any sum.
(2) Coins shall be legal tender at their face value —
(a) in the case of coins of a denomination of one pound or more, for
the payment of any amount;
(b) in the case of coins of other denominations, for the payment of
any amount not exceeding £10.
(3) Subsections (1) and (2) shall apply (with the necessary modifications) in
respect of notes or coins which are legal tender in any part of the United
Kingdom.
(4) Any Government notes or coins with respect to which public notice has
been given under section 4 shall, on the expiration of the notice, cease to
be legal tender.
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(5) A tender of payment in money made in any Government note or coin
which has been defaced contrary to either —
(a) section 4 of the Coinage Offences Act 1980; or
(b) section 9 of this Act,
shall not be legal tender.
3 Issue of currency

(1) The Treasury may issue Government notes and coins in the currency of
the Isle of Man up to such maximum aggregate face value as may be
approved by Tynwald.1

(2) The Treasury may from time to time as circumstances require arrange for
the printing of Government notes and the minting of coins for issue.
(3) No person other than the Treasury shall issue Government notes, bank
notes or coins, or any documents or tokens having the appearance of, or
purporting to be Government notes, bank notes or coins.
4 Power of Treasury to call in Government notes and coins

The Treasury shall have power, on giving not less than 1 month’s notice in 2
newspapers published and circulating in the Island, to call in and demonetise
any Government notes or any coins on the payment of their face value.2

5 Form of currency of the Isle of Man

(1) The Treasury shall by order (“a currency order”) prescribe —
(a) the denominations, face value and designs of Government notes
or coins; and
(b) the devices to be borne by Government notes or coins,
that are intended to be used as the currency of the Isle of Man.
(2) A currency order that relates to Government notes, may also prescribe
the manner of authentication of the notes.
(3) A currency order that relates to coins, may also prescribe —
(a) the weight, composition, form and dimension of the coins; and
(b) the amount of variation from the matters mentioned in paragraph
(a) which may be allowed.
(4) A currency order must be laid before Tynwald.3

6 Form of special currency

(1) The Treasury shall determine the denominations, face value and designs
of, and devices to be borne by any special currency that may be issued
and such a determination (“a special currency determination”) may
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modify this Act so far as may be necessary for the purpose of applying it
to special currency.
(2) Section 5(2) and (3) applies for the purposes of special currency as it
applies for the purposes of the currency of the Isle of Man.
(3) A special currency determination shall prescribe —
(a) the name by which the special currency is to be known;
(b) whether the special currency is to have parity with —
(i) sterling; or
(ii) a currency or currency unit other than sterling,
and the equivalent value of the special currency in sterling or that other
currency.
(4) If a special currency determination provides that the special currency is
to have parity with sterling, that currency shall be legal tender for the
prescribed equivalent value.
(5) A special currency determination must be published in such manner as
the Treasury may approve.
(6) In this section “special currency” means Government notes and coins
other than in the currency of the Isle of Man.4

7 Obligations in respect of currency

(1) A holder of any Government notes shall be entitled, on demand, to
receive in payment for such notes their equivalent face value in Bank of
England notes.
(2) A holder of any Government notes shall be entitled, on demand, to
receive in exchange for such Government notes their equivalent face
value in Government notes in such other denominations as the holder
may specify and which, at that time, are legal tender in the Island.
(3) Payment or exchange under subsection (1) or (2) shall be made during
the ordinary hours of public business —
(a) at such place in the Island as is specified on the Government note
presented for payment or exchange; or
(b) at such other place as the Treasury may specify by public notice in
2 newspapers published and circulating in the Island.
(4) No person shall be entitled to recover the value of any damaged,
mutilated or imperfect Government note or coin or any coin which has
ceased to be legal tender, however, the Treasury may, as of grace and
subject to such conditions and limitations as it thinks fit to impose,
refund the value of such a Government note or coin.
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8 Directions to bankers in respect of notes and coins

(1) The Treasury may from time to time give such directions to bankers in
the Island as the Treasury may think necessary, in relation to the
circulation or withdrawal of Government notes or coins.
(2) Directions under subsection (1) shall be carried into effect by bankers in
the Island.
9 Penalty for defacing Government notes

If any person prints, stamps, or by any other means impresses on any
Government note any words, letters or figures, he shall, be guilty of an offence.
10 Melting or breaking up of coins

(1) No person shall, except under the authority of a licence granted by the
Treasury, melt down or break up any metal coin which is for the time
being current in the Island or which having been current in the Island,
has at any time since 16 May 1969, ceased to be so.
(2) Any person who —
(a) contravenes subsection (1); or
(b) contravenes any condition attached to a licence under
subsection (1),
shall be guilty of an offence.
(3) It shall be a defence to a charge for an offence under this section for the
defendant to satisfy the court that the contravention occurred without his
consent or connivance and that he exercised all due diligence to prevent
it.
(4) The court by or before which any person is convicted of an offence under
this section may, whether or not it imposes any other punishment, order
the articles in respect of which the offence was committed to be forfeited
to the Treasury.
11 Financial

(1) The expenses of the Treasury under this Act shall be payable out of
monies arising from the sale or issue of Government notes and coins.
(2) The receipts of the Treasury arising from the issue or sale of currency,
after the deduction of expenses under subsection (1), shall be paid into
the General Revenue of the Island.
12 Interpretation

In this Act —
“coins
” means coins issued by the Treasury under this Act;
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“Government note
” means a promissory note issued by the Treasury under this
Act, payable to bearer on demand;
“Manx pound
” has the meaning given in section 1(1).
13 Penalties and offences

(1) A person guilty of an offence under this Act shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding £5,000 or to imprisonment for a term
not exceeding 6 months, or to both.
(2) Where an offence under this Act committed by a body corporate is
proved to have been committed with the consent or connivance of, or to
be attributable to any neglect on the part of, any director, manager,
secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate or any person
who was purporting to act in such capacity, he, as well as the body
corporate, shall be guilty of that offence and liable to be proceeded
against and punished accordingly.
(3) Where the affairs of a body corporate are managed by its members,
subsection (1) shall apply in relation to the acts and defaults of a member
in connection with his functions of management as if he were a director
of the body corporate.
14 Amendments

The enactments referred to in Schedule 1 are amended in accordance with that
Schedule.
15 Repeals

(1) The enactments referred to in Schedule 2 are repealed to the extent
specified in that Schedule.
(2) The transitional and saving provisions in Schedule 3 shall have effect.
16 Short title and commencement

(1) This Act may be cited as the Currency Act 1992.
(2) This Act shall come into operation on such date as the Treasury may by
order appoint and different days may be appointed for different
provisions and for different purposes.5

(3) An order under subsection (2) may contain such transitional and saving
provisions as the Treasury thinks appropriate.
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Schedule 1

AMENDMENT OF ENACTMENTS

Section 14
[Sch 1 amends the following Acts —
Forgery Act 1952 q.v.
Coinage Offences Act 1980 q.v.]
Schedule 2

REPEAL OF ENACTMENTS

Section 15
[Sch 2 repeals the following Acts wholly —
Bankers’ Notes Act 1817
Bankers’ Notes (Amendment) Act 1836
Currency and Bank Notes (Legal Tender) Act 1955
Isle of Man Government Notes Act 1961
Gold Coinage Act 1965
Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act 1968
Metal Coins Act 1970
Manx Decimal Coins Act 1970
Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act 1970
Coinage Act 1983
and the following Acts in part —
Governor’s General Functions (Transfer) Act 1980
Coinage Offences Act 1980
Statute Law Revision Act 1982
Treasury Act 1985
Fines Act 1986
Fees and Duties Act 1989.]

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Schedule 3

SAVING AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

Section 15
1. This Schedule is without prejudice to the operation of the Interpretation Act 1976.
2. All Government notes and coins issued by the Treasury which, immediately
before the commencement of this Act, were in circulation as legal tender shall be
deemed to have been issued under this Act and any public document relating to such
notes or coins which was made under any enactment repealed by this Act shall have
effect as if it had been made under this Act.
3. Gold coinage issued under the Gold Coinage Act 1965 shall be deemed to have
been issued under this Act except that it shall not be legal tender.
4. This Act shall not affect the validity of Manx Crowns issued under the Coinage
(Manx Crowns) Act 1970 (repealed by the Coinage Offences Act 1980) and such Crowns
shall be treated as if issued under this Act.
5. Any coin of the currency of the United Kingdom and the Island before 15
February 1971 shall be treated as being a current coin of equivalent value calculated in
accordance with the table of equivalents having effect immediately before the
commencement of this Act in Schedule 1 to the Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act 1970.
6. Notwithstanding the repeal of the Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act 1970 by this
Act —
(a) sections 2 to 8 and 11 shall be deemed to continue in force (except
to the extent that those provisions have been repealed or
superseded or have become spent) for the purposes to which
those sections apply;
(b) the amendment of any other enactment by or under sections 9 and
10 of that Act shall not be affected.6

[See Addendum for relevant extract from the Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act 1970.]
7. Notwithstanding the repeal of the Manx Decimal Coins Act 1970, the standards of
Manx coins set out in section 3 of, and the Schedule to, that Act shall continue to have
effect until other standards are determined by order under this Act.
[See Addendum for relevant extract from the Manx Decimal Coins Act 1970.]

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Addendum

DECIMAL CURRENCY (ISLE OF MAN) ACT 1970

(Sections 2 to 11 and Schedule 1)
2 Bills of exchange and promissory notes

[1969/2P]
(1) A bill of exchange or promissory note drawn or made on or after the
appointed day shall be invalid if the sum payable is an amount of money
wholly or partly in shillings or pence.
(2) A bill of exchange or promissory note for an amount wholly or partly in
shillings or pence dated 15th February 1971 or later shall be deemed to
have been drawn or made before 15th February 1971 if it bears a
certificate in writing by a banker that it was so drawn or made.
3 Conversion of references to shillings and pence in certain instruments

[1969/3P]
(1) On and after the appointed day any reference to an amount of money in
the old currency contained in an instrument to which this section applies
shall, in so far as it refers to an amount in shillings or pence, be read as
referring to the corresponding amount in the new currency calculated in
accordance with the provisions of Schedule 1 to this Act.
(2) If a reference to an amount of money in the old currency contained in an
instrument to which this section applies is altered so as to make it read as
it would otherwise fall to be read in accordance with subsection (1) of
this section, the alteration shall not affect the validity of the instrument
and, in the case of a bill of exchange or promissory note, shall not be
treated as a material alteration for the purpose of section 64 of the Bills of
Exchange Act 1883.
(3) This section applies to instruments of any of the following descriptions
drawn, made or issued before the appointed day, namely,
(a) cheques and other instruments to which section 4 of the Bills of
Exchange Act 1958 applies;
(b) bills of exchange other than cheques;
(c) promissory notes;
(d) money orders and postal orders;
(e) any warrant issued by or on behalf of the Director of Savings for
the payment of a sum of money;
(f) any document issued under the authority of the Isle of Man Board
of Social Security which is intended to enable a person to obtain
payment of the sum mentioned in the document but is not a bill of
exchange;
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(g) any document not mentioned in the foregoing paragraphs which
is intended to enable a person to obtain through a banker
payment of any sum mentioned in the document.
4 Conversion of bank balances

[1969/4P]
(1) Where the amount of the balance standing to the credit or debit of an
account at a bank on or after the appointed day is not a whole number of
pounds, so much of that amount as is in shillings or pence may be
treated as the corresponding amount in the new currency calculated in
accordance with the provisions of Schedule 1 to this Act.
(2) In this section “bank” includes the following, that is to say —
(a) the National Savings Bank;
(b) any trustee savings bank within the meaning of the Trustee
Savings Bank Act 1954 (an Act of Parliament);
(c) any organisation formed in the Isle of Man or the United
Kingdom (whether before or after the passing of this Act) which
does not fall within any of the preceding paragraphs, but, being
an organisation in the nature of a bank, accepts deposits of money
for the benefit of the persons making the deposit, and, in the case
of all deposits so accepted —
(i) accumulates the produce of the deposit (so far as not
withdrawn) at compound interest, and
(ii) returns the deposit and produce to the depositor after
deducting any necessary expenses of management but
without deriving any benefit from the deposits or produce.
5 Payment of certain periodical payments

[1969/5P]
(1) This section applies to any amount of money in the old currency payable
on or after the appointed day as one of a series of payments of the same
amount payable periodically, whether pursuant to any instrument or
otherwise, not being an amount mentioned in subsection (3) of this
section.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, where an amount of money to which
this section applies is not a whole number of pounds, so much of it as is
in shilling or pence may be paid by paying the corresponding amounts in
the new currency calculated in accordance with the provisions of
Schedule 1 to this Act.
(3) This section does not apply to —
(a) an amount payable to an employee or the holder of any office by
way of wages, salary or other remuneration; or
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(b) the amount of any payment payable to or by a registered friendly
society or industrial assurance company under a friendly society
or industrial assurance company contract made before the
appointed day.
(4) In this section the following expressions have the meanings hereinafter
respectively assigned to them, that is to say —
“contract” in relation to friendly societies, means a contract made by a
registered friendly society with a member of the society in the course of
its business in the Isle of Man whether contained in the rules of the
society or not; and in relation to industrial assurance companies, means a
contract of assurance made by an industrial assurance company in the
course of its industrial assurance business in the Isle of Man;
“industrial assurance company” and “industrial assurance business” have the
meanings assigned to them by section 1 or the Industrial Assurance Act
1923 as amended by Part II of Schedule 6 to the Companies Act 1967
(being Acts of Parliament);
“registered friendly society” means a friendly society registered in any part of
the United Kingdom under the Friendly Societies Act 1896 (an Act of
Parliament) or a branch so registered under that Act of a friendly society
so registered.
6 Application of regulations made by the Industrial Assurance

Commissioner and the Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies

Any regulations made by the appropriate authority under subsection (2) or
subsection (6) of section 6 or by the Industrial Assurance Commissioner by
virtue of subsection (5) of section 7 of the Decimal Currency Act 1969 (an Act of
Parliament) (payments under friendly society and industrial assurance
company contracts) shall extend to payments to which paragraph (b) of
subsection (3) of the preceding section refers and to the records of such
payments.
7 Registered stock transferable in multiples of one penny

[1969/8P]
(1) Any registered stock which immediately before the appointed day is
transferable in multiples of one penny shall on and after the appointed
day be transferable instead in multiples of one new penny except in so
far as, in the exercise of any power in that behalf, other provision is or
has been made as to the amount in which that stock is to be transferable
as from that or any later day.
(2) In any prospectus or other document issued before the appointed day
that sets out the terms on which any such registered stock is to be issued
or held, any reference to one penny as to the amount in multiples of
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which that stock is to be transferable shall on and after that day be read
as a reference to one new penny.
(3) Where the amount of the balance of any such registered stock standing in
the name of any person immediately before the appointed day in an
account in the register is not a whole number of pounds, so much of that
amount as is in shillings or pence shall on and after that day be treated as
the corresponding amount in the new currency calculated in accordance
with the provisions of Schedule 1 to this Act.
(4) In this section “registered stock” includes inscribed stock and “the
register”, in relation to any registered stock, means any register or book
in which that stock is registered or inscribed.
8 Payments after end of transitional period

[1969/9P]
Where an amount of money in the old currency which is not a whole number of
pounds falls to be paid after the end of the transitional period, the amount
payable in respect of so much of it as is in shillings or pence shall be the
corresponding amount in the new currency calculated in accordance with the
provisions of Schedule 1 to this Act.
9 Amendment of references to shillings and pence in enactments and

subordinate instruments

[1969/10P]
(1) Subject to the provisions of this section and of any order made under
section 10 of this Act, where an enactment or subordinate instrument
passed or made before the appointed day contains a reference to an
amount of money in the old currency which is not a whole number of
pounds, that reference shall, in so far as it refers to an amount in shillings
or pence, be read on and after that day as referring to the equivalent of
that amount in the new currency.
(2) Subsection (1) of this section —
(a) does not apply to any reference contained in this Act or any
instrument made thereunder or in any other enactment or
subordinate instrument relating to coinage or currency, whenever
passed or made; and
(b) in the case of an enactment or subordinate instrument passed or
made after the passing of the Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act
1968 does not apply if a contrary intention appears.
(3) On and after the appointed day the enactments and subordinate
instruments mentioned in Schedule 2 to this Act (which contain
references to amounts of money in the old currency of which the
equivalent in the new currency is neither a new penny nor a multiple
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thereof) shall have effect subject to the amendments provided for by that
Schedule.
(4) this section shall be without prejudice to any order or regulation made,
so as to take account of the introduction of the new currency, under the
provisions of section 1(1) of the Old Age Pensions, Family Allowances
and National Insurance (Isle of Man) Act 1956, section 3(1) of the National
Health Service Contributions (Isle of Man) Act 1958 and sections 33 and 36
of the Isle of Man Board of Social Security Act 1970, as the case may be.
10 Supplementary power to amend enactments, etc, referring to shillings

and pence

[1969/11P]
(1) Where an enactment or subordinate instrument passed or made before
the appointed day contains a reference to an amount of money in the old
currency which is not a whole number of pounds, the Governor’s
Council may by order —
(a) if the equivalent of that amount in the new currency is not a new
penny or a multiple thereof, substitute for that reference a
reference to such amount in the new currency as in the opinion of
the Governor in Council is the appropriate multiple of a new
halfpenny (or if the case so requires a reference to a new
halfpenny);
(b) make such other amendment in that enactment or instrument as
in the opinion of the Governor in Council is appropriate for
securing either that any amount payable thereunder will be a new
halfpenny or a multiple thereof or that any amount payable
thereunder will be a new penny or a multiple thereof;
(c) if that reference is part of a rate, percentage, proportion, formula
or other basis of calculation, make such amendment in the
enactment or instrument as in the opinion of the Governor in
Council is appropriate for securing that the basis of the calculation
is expressed in the new currency and in convenient terms.
(2) An order under this section may include such consequential,
supplementary or transitional provisions as the Governor in Council
thinks fit.
(3) An order under this section shall not come into operation before the
appointed day.
(4) No order altering the rate of any tax shall be made under this section.
(5) Any order under this section shall be subject to the approval of Tynwald.
(6) The amendment of any provision by an order under this section shall not
prejudice any power to amend or vary that provision conferred by any
other enactment.
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11 Modification of forms

[1969/12P]
(1) Where any form set out in an enactment or subordinate instrument
passed or made before the appointed day is designed to accommodate
references to sums of money wholly or partly in shillings or pence, the
form may be used with such modifications as are necessary to enable it to
accommodate references to sums of money wholly or partly in new
pence.
(2) The foregoing subsection is without prejudice to any other provisions
authorising the modification of any such form.

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Schedule 1

Sections 3 to 5, 7 and 8
The amount in the new currency corresponding to an amount in shillings, shillings and
pence or pence shall be calculated as follows —
(a) for any whole two shillings or multiple thereof the corresponding
amount in the new currency shall be taken to be ten new pence or that
multiple thereof; and
(b) for any amount or remaining amount of less than two shillings shown in
column 1 of the following Table the corresponding amount in the new
currency shall be taken to be the amount (if any) in new pence shown
opposite that amount in column 2 of that Table (and accordingly an
amount or remaining amount of one penny shall be disregarded).
TABLE Amount in old currency Corresponding amount in new pence

1d. -
2d 1p
3d 1p
4d 2p
5d 2p
6d 3p
7d 3p
8p 3p
9d 4p
10d 4p
11d 5p
1s. 0d 5p
1s. 1d 5p
1s. 2d 6p
1s. 3d 6p
1s. 4d 7p
1s. 5d 7p
1s. 6d 7p
1s. 7d 8p
1s. 8d 8p
1s. 9d 9p
1s. 10d 9p
1s. 11d 10p
MANX DECIMAL COINS ACT 1970

(Section 3 and Schedule)
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3 Orders to be approved by Tynwald

Any order made under the preceding section shall be laid before Tynwald as
soon as may be after it has been made and shall not take effect until Tynwald
has approved the same by resolution.
Schedule

DENOMINATIONS, WEIGHT, DIAMETER AND COMPOSITION OF NEW

COINS

1 2 3 4 5
Metal
denomination
Standard weight
(grams)
Standard
diameter
(centimetres)
Standard
Composition
Weight variation
(grams)
CUPRO-
NICKEL

Ten new pence 11,31036 2.8500 Three-quarters
copper,
.0646
Five new pence 5.65518 2.3595 one-quarter
nickel
.0375
BRONZE
Two new pence 7.12800 2.5910 Mixed metal -
copper, tin, and
zinc
.1500
New penny 3.56400 2/0320 .0750
New halfpenny 1.78200 1.7145 .0375

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ENDNOTES

Table of Legislation History

Legislation Year and No Commencement






Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original Current






Table of Endnote References

1
Subs (1) amended by Financial Provisions and Currency Act 2011 s 9. 2
S 4 amended by Financial Provisions and Currency Act 2011 s 9. 3
S 5 substituted by Financial Provisions and Currency Act 2011 s 9, subject to saving in
sub-section 9(7) of that Act. 4
S 6 substituted by Financial Provisions and Currency Act 2011 s 9, subject to the
saving in sub-section 9(7) of that Act. 5
ADO (whole Act) 27/1/1993 (SD27/93). 6
Para (b) repealed by Agricultural (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2008 Sch, so far as it
relates to the repeal of entry 6 of Schedule 2 to the Decimal Currency (Isle of Man) Act
1970. Entry 6 amended the Public Markets (Weighing of Cattle) Act 1929.