Administration of Justice Expenses Act


Published: 1897-04-14

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Administration of Justice Expenses Act
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE EXPENSES [CH.61 – 1



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[Original Service 2001] STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE EXPENSES
CHAPTER 61

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE EXPENSES


ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

SECTION

1. Short title.
2. Expenses in connection with the due administration of justice authorised.

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE EXPENSES [CH.61 – 3



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[Original Service 2001] STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS

CHAPTER 61

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE EXPENSES

An Act to authorise payment of certain expenses in
connection with the due administration of justice.

[Commencement 14th April, 1897]
1. This Act may be cited as the Administration of

Justice Expenses Act.
2. Whenever in the opinion of the Attorney-General it may

be necessary in furtherance of the ends of justice to incur any expense
in the employment of professional men, or in payment of rewards, or
otherwise, it shall be lawful for the Governor-General by warrant in
the usual manner to direct the payment out of the Consolidated Fund
of all expenses incurred for any of the purposes aforesaid:

Provided that a Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate
may when he considers the circumstances so require
engage the services of an interpreter or interpreters without
reference to the Attorney-General.

9 of 1897
7 of 1924
E.L.A.O., 1974

Short title.

Expenses in con-
nection with the
due administra-
tion of justice
authorised
7 of 1924, s. 2;
E.L.A.O., 1974