Agriculture (Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974

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Published: 2006-01-01

Agriculture (Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974

Revised Edition

01.400.25

Showing the law as at 1 January 2006

This is a revised edition of the law

Agriculture (Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974

Arrangement

Regulation

PART 1

INTRODUCTORY

1            Interpretation

2            The Fund

3            Constitution of the Board

PART 2

LOANS

4            Power to make loans

5            Amount of loans, interest rate and repayment provisions

6            Secured loans

7            Procedure on applications

8            Board to be satisfied as to buildings

9            Power to advance loans by instalments

10          Buildings to be kept insured

11          Borrower no longer engaged in agricultural work

12          Conditions to be observed until loan repaid

13          Powers of Minister in event of breach of conditions

PART 3

MISCELLANEOUS

14          Power of entry and inspection

15          Citation

Supporting Documents

Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Table of Endnote References



Agriculture (Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974[1]

THE STATES, in pursuance of Article 2 of the Agriculture (Loans and Guarantees) (Jersey) Law 1974,[2] have made the following Regulations –

Commencement [see endnotes]

PART 1

INTRODUCTORY

1      Interpretation

(1)    In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires –

“agricultural company” means a Company incorporated under the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991[3] or the Lois (1861 à 1965) sur les Sociétés a Responsabilité Limitée which is, or the beneficial owners of which are, engaged, or if the application for a loan is granted, will be engaged, wholly or mainly in work of an agricultural nature in Jersey;

“Law” means the Agriculture (Loans and Guarantees) (Jersey) Law 1974.[4]

(2)    References to the farming of agricultural land shall be construed as references to the carrying on in relation to that land of any agricultural activity.

2      The Fund

(1)    The Fund established for the purposes of these Regulations shall be under the control and management of the Minister and, subject to paragraph (2), shall consist of such monies as may from time to time be provided by the States.[5]

(2)    There shall be paid –

(a)     out of the Fund –

(i)     all monies paid out as loans,

(ii)    all expenses incurred in carrying these Regulations into effect,

(iii)   all monies payable in respect of interest charged on the monies borrowed under paragraph (1) and the repayment of the monies borrowed;

(b)     into the Fund –

(i)     all monies paid in or towards the repayment of loans and in payment of interest on loans,

(ii)    all other monies receivable under the Law or these Regulations.

(3)    The Minister shall make provision in the Minister’s estimates of revenue expenditure for each year of such amount as represents the estimated deficit in that year between the amount of money paid into the Fund in payment of interest on loans, and the amount paid out of the Fund in respect of interest charged against the Fund and administrative expenses.

(4)    The Minister shall, not later than 1st April in every year, present to the States a report showing the financial position of the Fund at the close of the financial year ending on 31st December next preceding the presentation of the report.[6]

3      Constitution of the Board

(1)    The Board shall be constituted in the manner specified in paragraphs (2) to (10).

(2)    The States, on the recommendation of the Minister, shall appoint –

(a)     a chairman, a vice-chairman and 3 other persons, all of whom shall have had experience and shown capacity in commerce or finance; and

(b)     5 other persons who have had experience and shown capacity in the agricultural industry.[7]

(3)    Subject to the provisions of paragraph (4), a person appointed to the Board shall hold office for a period of 3 years beginning with the day on which he or she was appointed, and a person so appointed may in like manner be re-appointed.

(4)    A person appointed to the Board shall cease to hold office if –

(a)     he or she tenders his or her resignation in writing to the Minister;

(b)     he or she becomes bankrupt;

(c)     he or she appoints a special attorney without whom he or she may not act in matters real or personal; or

(d)     a curator is appointed to manage and administer his or her property and affairs.

(5)    If a person appointed to the Board dies, or ceases to hold office under paragraph (4), the Minister shall appoint to the vacancy a person qualified for appointment in like manner as the person he or she replaces, and a person so appointed shall, subject to that paragraph, hold office until the time at which the person whom he or she replaces would have ceased to hold office under paragraph (3).

(6)    The Minister shall –

(a)     defray such expenses of the Board as may be approved;

(b)     provide a secretary, and such accommodation as may be necessary, for the purposes of the Board.

(7)    The quorum of the Board shall be 3, including at least one person from among those appointed under each of sub-paragraphs (2)(a) and (b).[8]

(8)    The chairman or, in the chairman’s absence, the vice-chairman shall preside at meetings of the Board.[9]

(9)    If both the chairman and the vice-chairman are absent from a meeting of the Board, the members present shall elect one of their number, being a member appointed under paragraph (2)(a), to preside at the meeting.[10]

(10)  At a meeting of the Board, the person presiding shall have a second or casting vote in any case where the votes of the members are equally divided.[11]

PART 2

LOANS

4      Power to make loans

(1)    Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, the Minister may make loans to a bona fide inhabitant of Jersey who is engaged, or, if the application for a loan is granted, will be engaged, wholly or mainly in work of an agricultural nature in Jersey for the purpose of assisting or enabling him or her to –

(a)     purchase agricultural land, to be occupied and farmed by him or her;

(b)     construct a dwelling-house or permanent farm buildings (including greenhouses), or convert into a dwelling-house, or carry out improvements to, an existing farm building on agricultural land occupied and farmed by him or her;

(c)     purchase, and install or use on agricultural land occupied and farmed by him or her, agricultural machinery, vehicles and equipment;

(d)     carry out, on agricultural land occupied and farmed by him or her, improvements of a kind which will contribute to the more efficient and economic farming of that land;

(e)     purchase livestock;

(f)     purchase shares in an agricultural company which has a direct interest in agricultural land occupied and farmed, or to be occupied and farmed, by him or her;

(g)     purchase flower bulbs, seed potatoes, or seed potato boxes (that is, boxes for the storage of seed potatoes), to be used on agricultural land that he or she already occupies and farms or is to occupy and farm, being land that is wholly or partly land that he or she has purchased, or is to purchase, with the assistance of a loan made under sub-paragraph (a) on or after the coming into force of the Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 11) (Jersey) Regulations 1999,[12]

or to repay a loan, other than a bank loan made by way of fluctuating overdraft or a loan under the Agriculture (Loans and Guarantees) (Jersey) Law 1968,[13] made before the coming into force of these Regulations for any of the purposes specified in sub-paragraphs (a) to (f).[14]

(2)    The Minister may make loans to an agricultural company for any of the purposes for which a loan may be made under paragraph (1), and, unless the context otherwise requires, references in these Regulations to the applicant, owner or borrower, as the case may be, shall be construed as including references to an agricultural company applying for a loan, or to whom a loan has been made, under these Regulations.

(3)    A loan may be made to a husband and wife jointly if the real property on which the loan is to be secured is owned by them for themselves and the survivor of them and the heirs of such survivor.

5      Amount of loans, interest rate and repayment provisions

(1)    The amount of the principal of a loan, made for a purpose set out in Regulation 4(1)(a) to (g), shall not exceed 90% of the estimated cost of carrying out the purpose in respect of which the loan is sought, unless the carrying out of such purpose is likely to contribute to the saving of energy resources.[15]

(2)    Subject to paragraphs (4) and (5), loans shall bear interest at the rate of 6.5% per annum accruing on a daily basis on the amount of the principal (which for the purposes of this paragraph includes any arrears of interest) for the time being unpaid.[16]

(3)    Subject to paragraph (4), the principal of the loan shall be repaid together with the interest thereon by instalments of such amounts and payable at such intervals, not exceeding one year, that the whole shall be repaid within such period, being a period not exceeding 30 years from the grant of the loan or, in the case of a secured loan, the date of the hypothec, as, subject to paragraph (5), may be agreed:

Provided that –

(a)     the whole of the outstanding principal of the loan, or any part thereof, may be repaid at any time without notice;

(b)     the Minister may, on the recommendation of the Board, allow a borrower to postpone any further repayments for a period not exceeding 3 years, paying thereafter instalments of such revised amounts as shall be necessary, and for this purpose the Minister may extend the period of years within which the loan is to be repaid by a period not exceeding the period of postponement.[17]

(4)    The Minister may, on the recommendation of the Board, make a loan –

(a)     on which no interest shall be charged in respect of the period of 2 years from the date on which the loan is made; and

(b)     for which, subject to Regulations 12 and 13, no instalments of principal shall be due during such period of 2 years,

where the carrying out of the purpose for which the loan is made is likely to contribute to the saving of energy resources.[18]

(5)    Prior to the re-registration, under Regulation 6(1), of a hypothec on which a loan is secured, the Minister may increase the rate of interest which the loan bears, or reduce the period of years within which it is to be repaid.[19]

(6)    No increase in the rate of interest which the loan bears, or reduction of the period of years within which it is to be repaid shall take effect unless the Minister has served on the borrower a notice containing particulars of such increase in the rate of interest or reduction in the period for repayment, as the case may be and he or she has not, within the 30 days following the delivery of the notice, made representations in writing to the Minister giving reasons why such increase in the rate of interest or reduction in the period for repayment should not take effect, having regard to his or her financial circumstances.[20]

(7)    A notice under paragraph (6) may be served in the manner described in Regulation 13(9) and (10). [21]

(8)    Upon receipt of representations in writing from the borrower under paragraph (6) the Minister shall take such representations into account and, having regard to the financial circumstances of the borrower may vary or rescind the decision to increase the rate of interest or to reduce the period for repayment or postpone its operation and any such action may have retrospective effect. [22]

6      Secured loans

(1)    Every loan which the Minister requires to be secured shall be secured by a judicial hypothec charged on such of the real property in the ownership of the applicant as the Minister, on the recommendation of the Board, may determine and, until such time as the principal of the loan is repaid, together with the interest thereon, every such hypothec shall be re-registered during the 3 months immediately preceding the 10th anniversary of its last previous registration.

(2)    Every hypothec to secure a loan shall state that the loan is made subject to such of the conditions set out in Regulation 12 as are applicable.

(3)    Every authority given by the Minister to create a hypothec to secure a loan shall be deemed to include an authority to extinguish the hypothec on the repayment of the principal of the loan, together with the interest thereon.

(4)    No secured loan shall be made –

(a)     under Regulation 4(1) –

(i)     to a person, not being a person carrying on, or proposing to carry on, farming in partnership with another person, if the property on which the loan is to be secured is not in the sole ownership in perpetuity of that person or in the joint ownership of himself or herself and his or her husband or wife,

(ii)    to persons carrying on, or proposing to carry on, farming in partnership, if the property on which the loan is to be secured is not in the joint or common ownership in perpetuity of those persons, or in the sole ownership in perpetuity of one of them;

(b)     under Regulation 4(2) to an agricultural company, if the property on which the loan is to be secured is not in the sole ownership in perpetuity of the company.[23]

7      Procedure on applications

(1)    An application for the making of a loan shall be in such form, shall be made in such manner and shall contain all such information as the Minister may require.

(2)    If –

(a)     an application is made otherwise than in accordance with the Minister’s requirements; or

(b)     any information contained in an application is found to be false in a material particular,

the Minister shall refuse the application.

(3)    The Minister shall refer to the Board for its recommendations every application for the making of a loan, other than an application which the Minister has refused under paragraph (2), and shall furnish with the application any information given by the applicant under paragraph (1) in support of his or her application.

(4)    The Board, if in a particular case it considers it to be necessary or expedient so to do, may –

(a)     request an applicant to furnish such additional information in connection with his or her application as may be so requested;

(b)     invite an applicant, or, in the case of an application by an agricultural company, the beneficial owners or the officers of that company, to appear before it.

(5)    In deciding on the recommendation to be made to the Minister with regard to an application, the Board, in addition to considering the information in pursuance of paragraph (3) and any additional information furnished in pursuance of paragraph (4), shall have regard to all the circumstances of the case and, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, such circumstances shall include –

(a)     where the purpose of the loan is to assist or enable an applicant who does not already occupy and farm agricultural land to purchase agricultural land to be occupied and farmed by the applicant, whether the land in respect of which the application is made is capable of yielding a sufficient livelihood to an occupier skilled in husbandry;

(b)     whether the carrying out of the purpose for which the application is made is likely to contribute to the more efficient and economic farming of the agricultural land occupied and farmed by the applicant;

(c)     the cost of carrying out the purpose in respect of which the application has been made in relation to the benefit to be derived therefrom;

(d)     the skill and experience in husbandry of the applicant or, in the case of an application by an agricultural company, of the beneficial owners of the company;

(e)     the financial assets of the applicant whether arising from the farming of the agricultural land in his or her occupation or otherwise;

(f)     the financial liabilities, whether present or contingent, of the applicant.

(6)    The recommendation of the Board shall be made to the Minister in writing, and may recommend that an application for the making of a loan should –

(a)     be granted;

(b)     be granted in, or in respect of, an amount less than the amount specified in the application;

(c)     be granted, subject to the applicant complying with such requirements as may be specified in the recommendation; or

(d)     not be granted,

and, if the Board recommends that an application for the making of a loan be granted, it shall also recommend whether the loan is to be secured or unsecured and, if secured, on which part of the real property in the ownership of the applicant the judicial hypothec is to be charged.

(7)    Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, the Minister, after consideration of an application and of any recommendation made by the Board in respect thereof, may –

(a)     grant the application, either unconditionally or subject to such conditions and on such terms as to security as the Minister thinks fit –

(i)     in the amount recommended by the Board, or

(ii)    in an amount less than the amount so recommended; or

(b)     refuse the application,

so, however, that the Minister shall not, without the approval of the Minister for Treasury and Resources, make a loan for an amount exceeding £150,000, or where the applicant’s outstanding capital indebtedness under these Regulations would exceed £150,000.

8      Board to be satisfied as to buildings

The Board shall satisfy itself, before making a recommendation under Regulation 7(6) with respect to an application for the purchase of agricultural land including a dwelling-house or other farm buildings, or a purpose specified in Regulation 4(1)(b), that –

(a)     the dwelling-house is, or will be put, in a good state of repair and in all respects fit for human habitation;

(b)     the buildings are, or will be put, in a good state of repair.

9      Power to advance loans by instalments

A loan made for any of the purposes specified in Regulation 4(1)(b), (c) or (d) may be advanced from time to time in a manner consistent with the carrying out of the purpose.

10    Buildings to be kept insured

Where a loan is secured on –

(a)     property being, or including, a dwelling-house or other buildings (including glasshouses); or

(b)     a dwelling-house or a permanent farm building (including a glasshouse) to be constructed,

the Minister shall, until such time as the principal of the loan has been repaid, together with the interest thereon, keep such dwelling-house or other buildings insured against fire, and against such other perils as it may determine, in the names of the States, as holders of the hypothec, and the owner, and the premiums payable in respect of the insurance shall be refunded by the owner on demand therefor being made by or on behalf of the Minister.

11    Borrower no longer engaged in agricultural work[24]

(1)    Where a borrower ceases to be engaged wholly or mainly in work of an agricultural nature in Jersey on agricultural land occupied and farmed by the borrower he or she shall forthwith notify the Minister.

(2)    Where the Minister –

(a)     has received a notification from a borrower under paragraph (1); or

(b)     is otherwise of the opinion that a borrower has ceased to be engaged wholly or mainly in work of an agricultural nature in Jersey on agricultural land occupied and farmed by him or her,

the Minister may serve on the borrower a notice requiring him or her to repay forthwith, or on such date as may be specified in the notice, the full amount of the principal of the loan outstanding at the date on which the notice is served together with any interest payable up to the time such repayment is made.

(3)    A notice under this Regulation may be served in the manner described in Regulation 13(9) and (10).

12    Conditions to be observed until loan repaid

(1)    In the case of a secured loan, until such time as the principal of a loan is repaid, together with the interest thereon, the following conditions shall be observed, that is to say –

(a)     except with the consent in writing of the Minister, and in accordance with any conditions attached to such consent –

(i)     property on which a loan is secured, or any part thereof, shall not be sold or otherwise disposed of inter vivos,

(ii)    the owner shall not, by any act or omission on his or her part, suffer any rente or hypothec, other than a legal hypothec, to become charged on the property on which the loan is secured, or on any part thereof,

(iii)   the owner shall not use any land, or any part thereof, in respect of which a loan has been made, for purposes other than agricultural purposes,

(iv)   the owner, or where the owner is a partnership, or an agricultural company, one of the partners, or beneficial owners of the company, shall, where the loan was made in respect of property being –

(A)agricultural land with which is included a dwelling-house or other buildings, both occupy and reside in the dwelling-house, and shall occupy and use all such other buildings only for purposes connected with the farming of the agricultural land,

(B)a dwelling-house to be constructed, or a building to be converted into a dwelling-house, as soon as may be after the work of construction or conversion is completed, both occupy and reside in the dwelling-house,

and shall not let or otherwise part with the possession of the property:

Provided that where the property as aforesaid includes more than one dwelling-house, the owner may, subject to sub-paragraph (c), let any such additional dwelling-house, together with any area not exceeding 10 perches of the agricultural land to a person wholly employed by him or her in connection with the farming of the agricultural land,

(v)    a dwelling-house forming, or forming part of, property in respect of which the loan has been made shall not be used for any purposes other than the purposes of a private dwelling-house, and the owner shall take all reasonable steps to secure the maintenance of the dwelling-house so as to be in all respects fit for human habitation,

(vi)   the owner, being persons farming agricultural land in partnership, or in the case of an agricultural company, the beneficial owners of that company, shall not dissolve, or cause to be dissolved, or admit, or cause to be admitted, any other person into the partnership or company or do any act whereby effective control of any property of the partnership or company on which a loan is secured, passes to persons not approved by the Minister;

(b)     every sum due in respect of principal and interest of the loan, and of the insurance of any dwelling-house or other building, shall be punctually paid;

(c)     where the land in respect of which the loan was made, or any part thereof, is let, the rental to be charged and received by the owner shall not exceed such amount as may be determined by the Minister, no fine, premium or other like sum shall be demanded or taken in addition to the rental as so determined and the lease or agreement for a lease or tenancy shall prohibit the lessee or tenant from assigning, subletting or otherwise parting with the possession of the land, or part thereof and from committing a breach of either of the conditions set out in sub-paragraph (a)(v), and sub-paragraph (d);

(d)     agricultural land, in respect of which the loan was made, shall be kept clean, in good condition and in a good state of fertility, and shall be cultivated only in accordance with the principles and practices of good husbandry;

(e)     the owner shall take all necessary steps to ensure the maintenance in good repair of any dwelling-house or other building forming, or forming part of, the property on which the loan is secured and to ensure that any lessee or tenant observes the terms of the lease or agreement for a lease or tenancy.

(2)    Where a dwelling-house forming, or forming part of, the property in respect of which a loan was made is let and the Minister, in pursuance of paragraph (1)(c), has determined the maximum rental of that dwelling-house, the provisions of the Dwelling-Houses (Rent Control) (Jersey) Law 1946,[25] shall not apply to that dwelling-house.

13    Powers of Minister in event of breach of conditions

(1)    In the event of a breach of any of the conditions mentioned in Regulation 12(1), the Minister may apply to the Inferior Number of the Royal Court for an Order vesting in the public the ownership of the property on which the loan is secured, or such part thereof as the Minister may determine:

Provided that the Court shall not make such an Order unless the Minister has served on the owner of the property a notice requiring him or her to remedy the breach and he or she has failed, within the 30 days next following the delivery of the notice, to comply therewith.

(2)    An Order made under paragraph (1) shall include an Order for the registration thereof in the Public Registry of Contracts and an Order so registered shall have the like effect to a contract passed before the Royal Court and shall constitute a valid title to the property to which it relates and to the rights appertaining thereto, and such title shall bear the date of the Order of the Court.

(3)    Where any property is vested in the public by virtue of an Order made under paragraph (1), it shall be so vested subject to any rente or hypothec to which the Minister has consented under Regulation 12(1)(a)(ii) but otherwise free of all rentes and hypothecs, other than legal hypothecs, bearing a date subsequent to that of the hypothec securing the loan.[26]

(4)    Where any property vested as aforesaid is, or includes, property so situated that access thereto from a public road may be had only by passage over or through property in the ownership of the former owner of the property so vested, or of his or her successors in title to such ownership, the customary Law of Jersey in relation to enclaves shall apply, for the benefit of the Minister as representing the public and of the Minister’s successors in title, to the vested property so situated notwithstanding that such property, or any part thereof, may –

(a)     consist of land covered with buildings; or

(b)     be used for purposes other than purposes of farming.

(5)    An Order registered in pursuance of paragraph (2) shall not be renounced for want of insertion in the register of a décret if it bears a date earlier than that of the insertion on which a tenant is confirmed in the tenure of the real estate en décret.

(6)    An Order made under paragraph (1) shall, notwithstanding the provisions of the Loi (1919) sur la location de bien-fonds,[27] operate as a notice to the former owner to quit the property in respect of which the loan was made not later than the Christmas Day next following the day on which the Order was made.

(7)    Where any property is vested in the public by virtue of an Order made under paragraph (1), the Minister, at his or her absolute discretion, shall cause the property –

(a)     to be sold to an applicant; or

(b)     to be put up for sale by public auction,

and shall, out of the proceeds of the sale, after paying off any prior charges on the property, retain any sums due –

(i)     on account of the principal and interest of the loan,

(ii)    in respect of the insurance of any dwelling-house and other buildings forming, or forming part of, the property,

(iii)   in respect of all costs, charges and expenses properly incurred in connection with the vesting of the property as aforesaid and the sale thereof,

and shall pay any balance thereafter remaining to the Viscount for the benefit of the former owner:

Provided that where the Minister is unable to sell the property for an amount sufficient to pay, out of the proceeds of the sale, any sums as aforesaid, the Minister may retain the property under his or her own management and shall not be liable to pay any sum to the former owner.

(8)    Where, under paragraph (7), any money is paid to the Viscount he or she shall, as soon as may be, cause a notice to be published in the Jersey Gazette stating that he or she holds the money on behalf of the former owner (naming the former owner) and that any person having a claim against the former owner should take proceedings for the protection of his or her interests within the period of 6 weeks beginning with the date of the first publication of the notice, and if, within that period, no such proceedings have been instituted, or there has not been lodged with the Viscount notice of intention to institute such proceedings, supported by an affidavit, the Viscount shall pay the money to the former owner.

(9)    A notice under the proviso to paragraph (1) may be served –

(a)     by delivering it to the person on whom it is to be served;

(b)     by leaving it at the usual place of abode of that person;

(c)     by sending it by registered post, or by the recorded delivery service, addressed to that person at his or her usual place of abode; or

(d)     if it is not practicable after reasonable enquiry to ascertain the usual place of abode of that person, by addressing it to the person on whom it is to be served, and by delivering it to some responsible person resident or appearing to be resident on the property in respect of which the notice is to be served, or, if there is no such person to whom it can be delivered, by affixing it, or a copy of it, to some conspicuous part of the property.

(10)  A notice may be served on an agricultural company by serving it, as provided in paragraph (9), on the secretary or clerk of the company at the registered or principal office of the company.

PART 3

MISCELLANEOUS

14    Power of entry and inspection

An officer in the administration of the States for which the Minister is assigned responsibility, or a person authorized in writing by the Minister, shall be permitted at all reasonable times to enter on and inspect any property on which a loan is secured, or in respect of which a loan has been made, for the purpose of ascertaining whether these Regulations, and any conditions contained therein or made under these Regulations, are being observed and it shall be the duty of the borrower to give such assistance and to furnish all such information as that officer or other person may think necessary for the purposes of his or her duties under these Regulations.

15    Citation

These Regulations may be cited as the Agriculture (Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974.



Endnotes

Table of Legislation History



Legislation



Year and No



Commencement



Agriculture Loans) (Jersey) Regulations 1974



R&O.6042



18 September 1974



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment) (Jersey) Regulations 1975



R&O.6224



26 November 1975



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Regulations 1981



R&O.6961



3 August 1981



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Regulations 1981



R&O.6980



7 October 1981



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 1985



R&O.7436



23 October 1985



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Regulations 1987



R&O.7630



13 May 1987



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 6) (Jersey) Regulations 1988



R&O.7832



23 November 1988



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 7) (Jersey) Regulations 1991



R&O.8292



23 October 1991



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Regulations 1992



R&O.8427



26 August 1992



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 9) (Jersey) Regulations 1995



R&O.8785



16 February 1995



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 10) (Jersey) Regulations 1998



R&O.9335



1 January 1999



Agriculture (Loans) (Amendment No. 11) (Jersey) Regulations 1999



R&O.9371



18 March 1999



States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 2005



R&O.44/2005



9 December 2005



Public Finances (Consequential Amendments) (Jersey) Regulations 2005



R&O.126/2005



9 December 2005



Table of Renumbered Provisions



Original



Current



PART I



PART 1



1(3)



spent, omitted from this revised edition



PART II



PART 2



5(3A)



5(4)



(4)



(5)



(5)



(6)



(6)



(7)



(7)



(8)



10A



11



11



12



(1)(iv)(a)



(1)(iv)(A)



(b)



(B)



12



13



PART III



PART 3



13



14



14



15



Table of Endnote References



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These Regulations have been amended by the States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 2005. The amendments replace all references to a Committee of the States of Jersey with a reference to a Minister of the States of Jersey, and remove and add defined terms appropriately, consequentially upon the move from a committee system of government to a ministerial system of government.



[2]



chapter 01.400



[3]



chapter 13.125



[4]



chapter 01.400



[5] Regulation 2(1)



amended by R&O.126/2005



[6] Regulation 2(4)



amended by R&O.8427



[7] Regulation 3(2)



amended by R&O.7832, R&O.8292



[8] Regulation 3(7)



substituted by R&O.7832



[9] Regulation 3(8)



substituted by R&O.7832



[10] Regulation 3(9)



inserted by R&O.7832



[11] Regulation 3(10)



inserted by R&O.7832



[12]



R&O.9371



[13]



L.7/1968



[14] Regulation 4(1)



amended by R&O.8292, R&O.9371



[15] Regulation 5(1)



amended by R&O.6980, R&O.8292, R&O.9371



[16] Regulation 5(2)



amended by R&O.6961



[17] Regulation 5(3)



amended by R&O.6961, R&O.7630



[18] Regulation 5(4)



inserted by R&O.6961



[19] Regulation 5(5)



amended by R&O.6961



[20] Regulation 5(6)



inserted by R&O.6961



[21] Regulation 5(7)



inserted by R&O.6961



[22] Regulation 5(8)



inserted by R&O.6961



[23] Regulation 6



amended by R&O.6224



[24] Regulation 11



substituted by R&O.9335; former Regulation inserted by R&O.6961



[25]



chapter 18.270



[26] Regulation 13(3)



amended by R&O.6961



[27]



chapter 18.405
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