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INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE ACT
CHAPTER 22:01

Current Authorised Pages
Pages Authorised
(inclusive) by L.R.O.
1–66

Act
83 of 2000
Amended by
88 of 2000
*1 of 2010

*See Note on page 2

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Index of Subsidiary Legislation
Page

Integrity in Public Life (Furnishing of Information) Regulations (LN 215/2003) … 32
Integrity in Public Life (Prescribed Forms) Regulations (LN 216/2003) … … 33

Note on Act No. 1 of 2010
Act No. 1 of 2010 amended inter alia sections 11 and 12 of the Act. It is to be noted

however, that the necessary consequential amendments to the Integrity in Public Life
(Prescribed Forms) Regulations have not been made.

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CHAPTER 22:01

INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE ACT
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

SECTION

PART I
PRELIMINARY

1. Short title and inconsistency with the Constitution.
2. Interpretation.
3. Application.

PART II
ESTABLISHMENT, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF

INTEGRITY COMMISSION
4. Establishment of Integrity Commission.
5. Functions of the Commission.
6. Resignation.
7. Registrar.
8. Vacancy in membership.
9. Remuneration and staff.
10. Annual Report to Parliament.

PART III
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE

11. Duty to furnish declaration.
12. Contents of declaration.
13. Request for further particulars.
14. Register of Interests.
15. Further enquiry into declarations.
16. Powers of the tribunal.
17. Matter to be referred to Director of Public Prosecutions.
18. Findings of tribunal.

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19. Indemnity.
20. Duty as to secrecy.
21. Offences relating to declarations.
22. Blind trust.

PART IV

CODE OF CONDUCT
23. Application of Part IV.
24. Use of office.
25. Insider information.
26. Influence.
27. Gifts.
28. Confidentiality.
29. Conflict of interests.
30. Disclosure to Service Commission.
31. Commission to report breach of this Part.

PART V

POWER OF INVESTIGATION
32. Complaints.
33. Power of Commission to investigate.
34. Special powers of investigation.
34A. Commission may reject complaint.

PART VI

MISCELLANEOUS
35. Protection of information.
36. Request for opinion.
37. Commission to act in public interest.
38. Notice of adverse report.
39. Exemption from liability.

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS—Continued

SECTION

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SECTION

40. Power to enter contracts.
41. Regulations.
42. Income Tax Act.
42A. Protection of employees.
43. Repeal.
44. Transitional provisions.

SCHEDULE.

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83 of 2000.

Commencement.
[265/2000].

Preamble.

Short title and
inconsistency
with the
Constitution.

CHAPTER 22:01

INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE ACT

An Act to provide for the establishment of the Integrity
Commission; to make new provisions for the prevention
of corruption of persons in public life by providing for
public disclosure; to regulate the conduct of persons
exercising public functions; to preserve and promote the
integrity of public officials and institutions, and for
matters incidental thereto.

[6TH NOVEMBER 2000]

WHEREAS it is enacted inter alia by subsection (1) of section 13 of
the Constitution that an Act of Parliament to which that section
applies may expressly declare that it shall have effect even though
inconsistent with sections 4 and 5 of the Constitution and, if any Act
does so declare, it shall have effect accordingly:

And whereas it is provided by subsection (2) of the said
section 13 of the Constitution that an Act of Parliament to which
that section applies is one the Bill for which has been passed by
both Houses of Parliament and at the final vote thereon in each
House has been supported by the votes of not less than three-
fifths of all the members of that House:

And whereas it is necessary and expedient that the provisions
of this Act shall have effect even though inconsistent with sections 4
and 5 of the Constitution.

PART I

PRELIMINARY

1. (1) This Act may be cited as the Integrity in Public Life
Act.
(2) This Act shall have effect even though inconsistent
with sections 4 and 5 of the Constitution.

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Interpretation.
[88 of 2000].

Ch. 75:01.

Schedule.

2. In this Act—
“assets” means all property, including money, beneficially held in

Trinidad and Tobago or elsewhere and all rights and benefits
enjoyed on a continuing basis;

“Commission” means the Integrity Commission established under
section 4;

“chairman” means the Chairman of the Commission;
“dependent child” means the child of a person, including a child

of the family, stepchild or adopted child, whether of full
age or not, who is unmarried and being maintained by such
person;

“income” means all income, from whatever source derived, acquired
in or out of Trinidad and Tobago, whether directly or indirectly,
as money or money’s worth and includes all receipts by way of
salary, fees, wages, perquisites, profits, gains, emoluments,
rents, interest, commissions, bonus, pension, annuity or benefit
and all income within the meaning of the Income Tax Act;

“investigating officer” means a person authorised by the
Commission to exercise the powers of an investigating officer
under this Act;

“liability” includes any obligation to pay or transfer money or
money’s worth in Trinidad and Tobago or elsewhere;

“person in public life” means a person referred to or listed in the
Schedule;

“persons exercising public functions” includes all persons holding
office under the Public Service, Judicial and Legal Service,
Police Service, Teaching Service and Statutory Authorities’
Service Commission, as well as members of the Diplomatic
Service and Advisers to the Government;

“public body” includes local and public authorities of all
descriptions;

“public officer”’ has the meaning ascribed to it in section 3 of the
Constitution;

“spouse” in relation to a person in public life means a person to
whom the person in public life is married or living with in a

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Application.

Establishment
of Integrity
Commission.

Functions of the
Commission.
[1 of 2010].

conjugal relationship outside of marriage, but does not include
a person with whom the person in public life has made a
separation agreement, or if their support obligations and family
property have been dealt with by a Court order;

“tribunal” means a tribunal established under section 15.

3. This Act applies to every person in public life and to persons
exercising public functions.

PART II

ESTABLISHMENT, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF
INTEGRITY COMMISSION

4. (1) There is established an Integrity Commission
consisting of a Chairman, Deputy Chairman and three other
members who shall be persons of integrity and high standing.
(2) At least one member of the Commission shall be an
Attorney-at-law of at least ten years experience.
(3) At least one member of the Commission shall be a
chartered or certified accountant.
(4) The Chairman and other members of the
Commission shall be appointed by the President after
consultation with the Prime Minister and the Leader of the
Opposition.
(5) A person shall not be qualified to hold office as a
member of the Commission where he is a person in public life or
a person exercising a public function or a person who is not a
citizen of Trinidad and Tobago.
(6) Three members of the Commission of whom one
shall be the Chairman or Deputy Chairman, shall constitute a
quorum.

5. (1) The Commission shall—
(a) carry out those functions and exercise the

powers specified in this Act;

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(b) receive, examine and retain all declarations filed
with it under this Act;

(c) make such enquiries as it considers necessary in
order to verify or determine the accuracy of a
declaration filed under this Act;

(d) compile and maintain a Register of Interests;
(e) receive and investigate complaints regarding

any breaches of this Act or the commission
of any offence under the Prevention of
Corruption Act;

(f) investigate the conduct of any person falling
under the purview of the Commission which, in
the opinion of the Commission, may be
considered dishonest or conducive to
corruption;

(g) examine the practices and procedures of public
bodies, in order to facilitate the discovery of
corrupt practices;

(h) instruct, advise and assist the heads of public
bodies of changes in practices or procedures
which may be necessary to reduce the
occurrence of corrupt practices;

(i) carry out programmes of public education
intended to foster an understanding of standard
of integrity; and

(j) perform such other functions and exercise such
powers as are required by this Act.

(2) In the exercise of its powers and performance of its
functions under this Act, the Commission—
(a) shall not be subject to the direction or control of

any other person or authority;
(b) may in all cases where it considers it appropriate

to do so, make use of the services or draw upon
the expertise of any law enforcement agency or
the Public Service; and

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Resignation.

Registrar.

Vacancy in
membership.
[1 of 2010].

(c) shall have the power to authorise investigations,
summon witnesses, require the production of
any reports, documents, other relevant
information, and to do all such things as it
considers necessary or expedient for the purpose
of carrying out its functions.

6. (1) A member of the Commission may at any time
resign his office by instrument in writing addressed to the
Chairman who shall forthwith cause it to be forwarded to the
President; and the Chairman may resign his office by instrument
in writing addressed to the President.
(2) A person shall cease to be a member of the
Commission from the date of the receipt of the instrument by the
President.

7. (1) There shall be a Registrar to the Commission who
shall be a public officer.
(2) The duties of the Registrar shall be—
(a) to attend the meetings of the Commission;
(b) to record the proceedings of the Commission

and keep the minutes of each meeting in proper
form; and

(c) generally to perform such duties connected with
the work of the Commission as the Commission
may require.

8. (1) A vacancy in the membership of the Commission
occurs—
(a) on the death, resignation or revocation of the

appointment of a member;
(b) on the absence of a member from three

consecutive meetings of the Commission,
unless the absence is approved by the President
after consultation with the Chairman; or

(c) on the expiration of the term specified in a
member’s instrument of appointment.

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Remuneration
and staff.
[1 of 2010].

(2) The President may terminate the appointment of a
member of the Commission where the member—
(a) is found to be of unsound mind and is incapable

of carrying out his duties;
(b) becomes bankrupt or compounds with his

creditors;
(c) is convicted of any offence which brings his

office into disrepute;
(d) is guilty of misconduct in relation to his duties;
(e) misbehaves in office;
(f) fails to carry out any of the duties or functions

conferred on him under this Act; or
(g) is incapable for whatever reason, of performing

his duties and functions under this Act.
(3) The appointment of a member of the Commission
and the termination of his appointment whether by death,
resignation or otherwise shall be published in the Gazette.
9. (1) The salaries and allowances of the Chairman, other
members of the Commission and the Registrar shall be
determined by the Salaries Review Commission.
(2) The Commission shall be provided with adequate
staff for the prompt and efficient discharge of its functions under
the Act.
(3) The staff of the Commission shall be public officers
appointed in accordance with section 121 of the Constitution and
the President may create such different grades of investigating
officers as he thinks fit.
(4) All expenses incurred by the Commission for the
purposes of this Act shall be a charge on the Consolidated Fund.
(5) The Commission shall appoint or employ, on such
terms and conditions as it thinks fit, any such other officers and
employees as it thinks necessary for the proper carrying out of its
functions under this Act.
(6) The appropriate Service Commission may approve
the transfer of any public officer to any office within the

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Annual Report
to Parliament.

Duty to furnish
declaration.
[1 of 2010].

Commission and any public officer so transferred shall, in
relation to gratuity, pension or other allowances, be treated as
continuing in the service of the Government.

10. The Commission shall, not later than 31st March in each
year, make a report to Parliament of its activities in the preceding
year and the report shall be tabled in the Senate and the House of
Representatives not later than 31st May, so, however, that the
reports shall not disclose particulars of any declaration filed with
the Commission.

PART III

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE
11. (1) A person shall, within three months of becoming a
person in public life, complete and file with the Commission in
the prescribed form, a declaration of his income, assets and
liabilities that exceed ten thousand dollars in value in respect of
the previous year and, thereafter, on 31st May in each succeeding
year that he is a person in public life, he shall file further
declarations of his income, assets and liabilities.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1), the
Commission may, in any particular case, for good cause, extend the
time for the furnishing of a declaration for a further period not
exceeding twelve months.
(3) The declaration shall be in such form as the
Commission may from time to time prescribe and may be
accompanied, if the declarant so wishes, by a statement
relating to his net worth as indicated by details of his income,
assets and liabilities.
(4) The declaration shall be filed irrespective of the fact
that during the year in respect of which the declaration is
required, or in the following year, the declarant ceased to be a
person in public life.
(5) Where a person in public life dies, there shall be no
obligation on the administrator of his estate to file the declaration
which he would have been required to file, had he lived.

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Contents of
declaration.
[1 of 2010].

(6) Where a person who is required to do so fails to file a
declaration in accordance with this section or without reasonable
cause, fails to furnish particulars in accordance with section 13 or
fails to file the statement of registrable interests under section 14, the
Commission shall publish such fact in the Gazette and at least one
daily newspaper in circulation in Trinidad and Tobago.
(7) The Commission may, at any time after the publication
referred to in section (6), make an ex parte application to the High
Court for an order directing such person to comply with the Act and
the Court may in addition to making such an order, impose such
conditions as it thinks fit.
(8) A person who fails to comply with the directions of the
Court, commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine of one
hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

12. (1) A declaration required under this Act, shall include
such particulars as are known to the declarant, of the income, assets
and liabilities of himself, his spouse and his dependent children.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where—
(a) the spouse was not ordinarily living with the

declarant for a continuous period of six months
during the period in relation to which the
declaration was made; or

(b) a dependent child was not ordinarily living with
the declarant at any time during the period in
relation to which the declaration was made,

the particulars required to be furnished by subsection (1) shall be
limited to assets held by the spouse or child in trust for, or as agent
of the declarant, except that nothing in this section shall be construed
as precluding the Commission from requiring from a declarant, any
additional particulars where such additional particulars are in the
sum of ten thousand dollars or more.
(3) Where a person in public life holds money or
other property in trust for another person, he shall so state in
his declaration but shall not be required to disclose the terms
of the trust.

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Request for
further
particulars.
[1 of 2010].

Register of
Interests.

(4) For the purposes of a declaration under this Act, the
income, assets and liabilities of a person in public life include the
income, assets and liabilities acquired, held or incurred by any
other person as his agent or on his behalf.
(5) Where, in a declaration filed with the Commission, a
person in public life discloses an income which is insufficient to
support the accretion in value of the net assets disclosed so as to
raise the inference that there must have been other income to
account for the extent of the acquisition of such assets, the person
in public life will be deemed to have been in possession of such
income which has not been disclosed and the onus shall be on
him to establish the source of that further income.

13. (1) The Commission shall examine every declaration
that is filed and ensure that it complies with the requirements of
the Act, and may request from a declarant, any information or
explanation relevant to a declaration made by him and which
would assist in its examination.
(2) The Commission may require that—
(a) a declarant furnish such particulars relating to

his financial affairs as may be considered
necessary;

(b) a declarant or his duly appointed agent attend at
the offices of the Commission in order to verify
his declaration;

(c) a declaration be certified by a chartered or
certified accountant.

(3) Where, upon an examination under subsection (1),
the Commission is satisfied that a declaration has been fully
made, it shall forward to the person in public life, a Certificate
of Compliance.
(4) The Commission may not make a request under
subsection (1) or a requirement under subsection (2) where the sum
involved is less than ten thousand dollars.

14. (1) A person in public life shall file with his declaration
under section 11, an additional statement of registrable interests

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Further enquiry
into
declarations.

in the prescribed form, which shall contain the information
required by subsection (3).
(2) The Registrar of the Commission shall compile and
cause to be entered in a Register of Interests, all information
furnished pursuant to subsection (1) and shall at the request of
any member of the public, permit the inspection of such Register.
(3) A statement of registrable interests filed under
subsection (1) shall contain information relating to a person in
public life in respect of—
(a) particulars of any directorships held in any

company or other corporate body;
(b) particulars of any contract made with the State;
(c) the name or description of any company,

partnership or association in which the person is
an investor;

(d) a concise description of any trust to which the
person is a beneficiary or trustee;

(e) beneficial interest held in any land;
(f) any fund to which the person contributes;
(g) particulars of any political, trade or professional

association to which the person belongs;
(h) particulars relating to sources of income; and
(i) any other substantial interest whether of a

pecuniary nature or not, which he considers may
appear to raise a material conflict between his
private interests and his public duty.

(4) A person in public life shall notify the Registrar of
any changes which may occur in his registrable interests, within
six weeks of such change occurring.
(5) Nothing in this section shall be taken to require
disclosure of the actual amount or extent of any financial benefit,
contribution or interests.

15. Where upon the examination referred to in section 13, the
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Powers of the
tribunal.
[88 of 2000].

Ch. 19:01.

declaration so as to ascertain whether there has been a full disclosure,
it may advise the President to appoint a tribunal of two or more of its
members to conduct an enquiry to verify the contents of the
declaration or the statement filed with the Commission.

16. (1) A tribunal appointed under section 15 may—
(a) request in writing, that a person in public life or

any other person who the tribunal reasonably
believes has knowledge of the matters to be
enquired into in accordance with this Act, attend
before the tribunal and furnish such further
information and documents as it may require,
within such time as may be specified;

(b) subject to section 17(2), require the
Commissioner of Police or any other public
officer, to make available to it, any information
received in the course of any investigation
carried out into the subject matter of an enquiry
under this Act, and may direct the
Commissioner of Police or such other officer to
make such further enquiries and investigations
as it thinks necessary; and

(c) summon witnesses, require the production of
documents and do all such things as it considers
necessary or expedient for the purpose of
carrying out its functions.

(2) In conducting an enquiry under section 15, the
tribunal shall have and exercise the powers of a Commission of
Enquiry under the Commissions of Enquiry Act, save that its
proceedings shall be held in private.
(3) An enquiry under section 15 or an investigation
under Part V may be held in relation to—
(a) a person, who within the meaning of this Act,

ceases to be a person in public life or a person
exercising a public function; and

(b) a person who was a person in public life under
the former Act.

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8 of 1987.

Matters to be
referred to
Director of
Public
Prosecutions.

Findings of
tribunal.
[1 of 2010].

Indemnity.

(4) In this section, “former Act” means the Integrity in
Public Life Act, 1987, repealed by section 43.

17. (1) Where the Commission is satisfied, on the basis of
an enquiry conducted under section 15 that—
(a) a breach of any of the provisions of this Act has

been committed, it shall take such action as it
deems appropriate; or

(b) an offence has been committed, it shall—
(i) forthwith refer the matter to the Director

of Public Prosecutions together with a
certified copy of the declaration in
question and a report of its findings; and

(ii) forward to the President, a report of
its findings.

(2) Where the Commission determines that the subject
matter of an enquiry under section 15 is—
(a) under investigation by the police or that a charge

has been laid; or
(b) the subject matter of any proceedings in a Court

of law,
the Commission shall hold its own enquiry in abeyance, pending
final disposition of that investigation and those proceedings.

18. Where, from an enquiry under section 15, a tribunal finds
that a declarant had in fact made full disclosure in his declaration, it
shall, if so requested in writing by the declarant, publish a statement
to that effect in the Gazette and at least one daily newspaper in
circulation in Trinidad and Tobago.

19. Where upon an enquiry a tribunal finds that the declaration
which gave rise to the enquiry was in fact full and proper, the
declarant is entitled to be indemnified in respect of all reasonable
expenses as approved by the tribunal.

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Duty as to
secrecy.

Ch. 11:14.
Ch. 11:11.
Ch. 79:50.
Ch. 19:01.

Offences
relating to
declarations.
[88 of 2000].

20. (1) Declarations filed with the Commission and the records
of the Commission in respect of those declarations are secret and
confidential and shall not be made public, except where a particular
declaration or record is required to be produced for the purpose of or
in connection with any Court proceedings against, or enquiry in
respect of a declarant under this Act, the Perjury Act, the Prevention
of Corruption Act, the Exchange Control Act or the Commissions of
Enquiry Act.
(2) Where a declaration filed with the Commission is
required to be produced for the purpose of any proceedings under
subsection (1), a copy of the declaration certified by the Registrar
may be delivered to the Director of Public Prosecutions upon an
application being made by way of affidavit.
(3) The copy referred to in subsection (2) shall be
admissible in any proceedings under subsection (1) and shall be
prima facie evidence of the contents thereof.
(4) Every member of the Commission and every person
performing any function in the service of, or as an employee of the
Commission shall treat all declarations and records and information
relating to such declarations and information as secret and
confidential and shall make and subscribe to an oath of secrecy to
that effect before a Justice of the Peace.
(5) Every person required under subsection (4) to deal
with matters specified therein as secret and confidential who at
any time communicates or attempts to communicate such
information or anything contained in such documents to any
person other than a person to whom he is authorised under this
Act, shall be guilty of an offence and be liable on summary
conviction to a fine of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and
ten years imprisonment.

21. (1) A person in public life who—
(a) fails, without reasonable cause, to furnish to the

Commission a declaration, or further particulars
which he is required to furnish in accordance with
the provisions of the Act;

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(b) knowingly makes a declaration that is false;
(c) fails, without reasonable cause to give such

information or explanation as the Commission or a
tribunal may require;

(d) fails, without reasonable cause to attend an enquiry
being conducted by a tribunal appointed under
section 15 or knowingly gives false information in
such enquiry,

is guilty of an offence, and liable on summary conviction to a fine
of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment
for a term of ten years.
(2) Where, a person in public life is deemed to have
been in possession of undisclosed income or assets and fails to
account for such further income or assets, or where upon an
enquiry, it is determined that such other income or assets have
existed and the person in public life deliberately omitted to
disclose such information in the declaration filed with the
Commission, he shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine
of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and imprisonment for
a term of ten years, and where the offence involves the deliberate
non-disclosure of property the Court may in addition—
(a) where the property involved is situated in

Trinidad and Tobago, declare that it be forfeited
to the State;

(b) where the property involved is situated outside
of Trinidad and Tobago, order that an amount
equivalent to the value of the property (the value
to be assessed as directed by the Court), be paid
by the person in public life to the State.

(3) Property acquired from a person referred to in
subsection (1) by a bona fide purchaser for value without notice
of any offence of that person as provided for in this section is not
liable to forfeiture, but an amount equivalent to the value of the
property or the price paid by the purchaser, whichever is greater,
shall be paid by the person in public life to the State.
(4) Payment of all sums due to the State pursuant to
paragraph (b) of subsection (1) or to subsection (2) may be

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enforced in like manner as a debt due to the State and any
proceedings thereon on behalf of the State may be taken
summarily.
(5) No prosecution of an offence under this Act, other
than an offence under section 20(5), may be instituted without the
written consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
22. (1) Where it appears to the Commission that a breach of
this Act may have been committed or a conflict of interest may
have arisen, it shall order a person in public life to place his assets
or part thereof in a blind trust for the purposes of this Act on such
terms and conditions as the Commission considers appropriate
and file a copy of the trust deed with the Commission.
(2) Where the assets of a person in public life are placed
in a blind trust, he need not in his declaration give more
particulars of those assets than the amount and description of
these assets placed in that trust and the date of so doing.
(3) Notwithstanding any other law relating to the duties of
trustees, a trust company managing the assets of a person in public
life by way of a blind trust shall reply fully to any enquiries of the
Commission relating to the nature and management of the assets in
the blind trust.
(4) A blind trust is created when a person in public life
enters into an agreement with a qualified trust company whereby—
(a) all or any part of his assets are conveyed to the

trust company for its management,
administration and control, in its absolute
discretion without recourse or report to the
persons beneficially entitled to those assets;

(b) income derived from the management of the assets
is to be distributed to him as agreed;

(c) should the assets be converted into other assets,
that fact is not to be communicated to him, until he
ceases to be a person in public life; and

(d) after he ceases to be a person in public life,
proper and full accounting is to be made to him,
as the circumstances of the management of the
trust require.

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Ch. 45:51.

Ch. 75:02.

Application of
Part IV.

(5) A trust company is a qualified trust company where—
(a) it is incorporated in Trinidad and Tobago and is

carrying on business in Trinidad and Tobago;
(b) no more than five per cent of the issued shares

in the trust company or its affiliates is held by
the person in public life entering into an
agreement with it, or by any other person
associated with him; and

(c) the person in public life holds no directorship or
office in the trust company or its affiliates.

(6) A company is the affiliate of another where it holds
more than five per cent of the issued shares in it.
(7) For the purposes of this section, a person is associated
with another where that other is—
(a) the spouse or child of the person;
(b) the partner of the person in a profession, trade,

or commercial undertaking; or
(c) a corporation and any person mentioned in

paragraphs (a) to (b) controls the corporation, its
holding corporation or a corporation affiliated
with either.

(8) In subsection (7)—
(a) “child” means a child whether of full age or not

and includes a child of the family within the
meaning of the Matrimonial Proceedings and
Property Act;

(b) “control” shall be construed in accordance with
Rule 3 of the Third Schedule of the Corporation
Tax Act.

PART IV

CODE OF CONDUCT
23. This Part applies to a person in public life and to all
persons exercising public functions.

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Use of office.

Insider
information.

Influence.

24. (1) A person to whom this Part applies shall ensure that
he performs his functions and administers the public resources
for which he is responsible in an effective and efficient manner
and shall—
(a) be fair and impartial in exercising his public duty;
(b) afford no undue preferential treatment to any

group or individual;
(c) arrange his private interests whether pecuniary

or otherwise in such a manner as to maintain
public confidence and trust in his integrity.

(2) A person to whom this Part applies shall not—
(a) use his office for the improper advancement of

his own or his family’s personal or financial
interests or the interest of any person;

(b) engage in any transaction, acquire any position
or have any commercial or other interest that is
incompatible with his office, function and duty
or the discharge thereof;

(c) use public property or services for activities not
related to his official work; or

(d) directly or indirectly use his office for private
gain.

(3) No person to whom this Part applies shall be a party
to or shall undertake any project or activity involving the use of
public funds in disregard of the Financial Orders or other
Regulations applicable to such funds.

25. A person to whom this Part applies shall not use
information that is gained in the execution of his office and which
is not available to the general public to further or seek to further
his private interests.

26. A person to whom this Part applies shall not use his
office to seek to influence a decision made by another person or
public body to further his own private interests.

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Gifts.
[1 of 2010].

Confidentiality.

Conflict of
interests.

27. (1) A person to whom this Part applies shall not accept
a fee, gift or personal benefit, except compensation authorised by
law, that is connected directly or indirectly with the performance
of the duties of his office.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a gift or personal
benefit that is received as an incident of the protocol or social
obligations that normally accompany the responsibilities of office.
(3) Where a gift or personal benefit referred to in
subsection (2) exceeds five thousand dollars in value or where
the total value received directly or indirectly from one source in
any twelve-month period exceeds five thousand dollars, a person
in public life shall file with his declaration, a statement indicating
the nature of the gift or benefit, its source and the circumstances
under which it was given or accepted.
(4) For the purposes of this section, the amount of a gift
comprising property, other than money, shall be deemed to be an
amount equal to the value of the property.

28. Matters of a confidential nature in the possession of
persons to whom this Part applies, shall be kept confidential
unless the performance of duty or the needs of justice strictly
require otherwise, and shall remain confidential even after
separation from service.

29. (1) For the purposes of this Act, a conflict of interest is
deemed to arise if a person in public life or any person exercising
a public function were to make or participate in the making of a
decision in the execution of his office and at the same time knows
or ought reasonably to have known, that in the making of the
decision, there is an opportunity either directly or indirectly to
further his private interests or that of a member of his family or
of any other person.
(2) Where there is a possible or perceived conflict of
interest, a person to whom this Part applies, shall disclose his
interest in accordance with prescribed procedures and disqualify
himself from any decision-making process.

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Disclosure to
Service
Commission.

Commission to
report breach of
this Part.
[88 of 2000].

Complaints.
[88 of 2000].

Ch. 11:11.

30. A person holding office under the Public Service, Judicial
and Legal Service, Police Service, Teaching Service or Statutory
Authorities’ Service Commission, shall upon his appointment, and
from time to time as may be required, declare to the appropriate
Commission in such form as may be prescribed—
(a) all business, commercial and financial interests

and activities in which he is engaged; and
(b) all personal property, assets and liabilities in

respect of himself, his spouse and dependent
children,

provided that all information so given shall be treated as confidential.

31. (1) The Commission shall report any breach of this Part
to the appropriate Service Commission, Board or other Authority
and to the Director of Public Prosecutions setting out such details
and particulars as it thinks fit.
(2) The appropriate Service Commission, Board or other
Authority may take such disciplinary action in relation to a report
made pursuant to subsection (1) as it thinks appropriate in any
particular case.

(3) The Commission shall report to the Director of
Public Prosecutions, any breach of this Part by a Member of
Parliament.

PART V
POWER OF INVESTIGATION

32. (1) A member of the public who wishes to allege or
make a complaint that a person in public life or any person
exercising a public function—
(a) is in contravention of this Act;
(b) in relation to the Register of Interests, has a

conflict of interest; or
(c) is committing or has committed an offence

under the Prevention of Corruption Act,
may do so in writing to the Commission.

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(2) Any person who knowingly and mischievously
makes or causes to be made a false report to the Commission or
misleads the Commission by giving false information or by
making false statements or accusations shall be guilty of an
offence and liable on conviction to a fine of five hundred
thousand dollars and to imprisonment for ten years.

33. The Commission—
(a) may on its own initiative; or
(b) shall upon the complaint of any member of the

public,
consider and enquire into any alleged breaches of the Act or any
allegations of corrupt or dishonest conduct.

34. (1) In carrying out its function under section 33, the
Commission may—
(a) authorise an investigating officer to conduct an

enquiry into any alleged or suspected offence;
(b) require any person, in writing, to produce,

within a specified time, all books, records,
accounts, reports, data, stored electronically or
otherwise, or any other documents relating to
the functions of any public or private body;

(c) require any person, within a specified time, to
provide any information or to answer any
question which the Commission considers
necessary in connection with any enquiry or
investigation which the Commission is
empowered to conduct under this Act;

(d) require that any facts, matters or documents
relating to the allegations or breach, be verified
or otherwise ascertained by oral examination of
the person making the complaint; or

(e) cause any witness to be summoned and
examined upon oath.

Power of
Commission to
investigate.

Special powers
of investigation.
[1 of 2010].

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(2) Where, in the course of any enquiry the Commission
is satisfied that there is a need to further expedite its investigations,
it may exercise the following powers:
(a) require any person to furnish a statement in

writing—
(i) enumerating all movable or immovable

property belonging to or possessed by
him in Trinidad and Tobago or elsewhere,
or held in trust for him, and specifying the
date on which each such property was
acquired and the consideration paid
therefore, and explaining whether it was
acquired by way of purchase, gift,
inheritance or otherwise;

(ii) specifying any monies or other property
acquired in Trinidad and Tobago or
elsewhere or sent out of Trinidad and
Tobago by him or on his behalf during a
specified period;

(b) require any person to furnish, notwithstanding
the provisions of any other written law to the
contrary, all information in his possession
relating to the affairs of any suspected person
being investigated and to produce or furnish any
document or true copy of any document relating
to the person under investigation and which is in
the possession or under the control of the person
required to furnish the information;

(c) require the manager of any bank, or financial
institution, in addition to furnishing information
specified in paragraph (b), to furnish any
information or certified copies, of the accounts or
the statement of accounts at the bank or financial
institution of any person being investigated.

(3) Where a person fails or refuses to disclose any
information or to produce any documents required under
subsection (2), the Commission may apply to the High Court for
an Order to require the person to comply with the request.

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(4) A person who refuses to comply with an order of the
Court commits an offence and is liable to a fine of one hundred
and fifty dollars and to imprisonment for three years.
(5) A person who knowingly—
(a) makes or causes to be made a false complaint to

the Commission; or
(b) misleads the Commission or an investigating

officer by giving false information or making
false statements or accusations,

commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine
of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment
for five years.
(6) Where during the course of an investigation, the
Commission is satisfied that there are insufficient grounds for
continuing the investigation or that the complaint is
frivolous, vexatious or not made in good faith, it may
terminate the investigation.
(7) Where after the conduct of an investigation, the
Commission is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds for
suspecting that an offence has been committed, it shall make a
report to the Director of Public Prosecutions who may take such
action as he thinks appropriate.
34A. (1) The Commission may, on receipt of a complaint and
after examining same, reject the complaint if the Commission is
of the opinion that the complaint—
(a) is frivolous or vexatious;
(b) was not made in good faith;
(c) is devoid of sufficient grounds for an

investigation; or
(d) is not supported by evidence of probative value.
(2) Where the Commission has rejected a complaint
it shall—
(a) inform the complainant in writing of the

decision within fourteen days of the date the
decision was made; and

(b) provide the complainant with the reasons for
its decision.

Commission
may reject
complaint.
[1 of 2010].

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PART VI

MISCELLANEOUS
35. (1) The records of the Commission and any information
revealed by a witness or by the production of documents, shall not
be disclosed other than to such extent as may be necessary for the
purpose of proceedings in any Court relating to a charge under this
Act, the Prevention of Corruption Act or any other written law.
(2) Any member of the Commission and any person in
the service of the Commission who discloses or attempts to
disclose to any person other than a person to whom he is
authorised under the Act, any information or evidence received
by the Commission under this Part, shall be guilty of an offence
and liable on summary conviction to a fine of two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment for five years.

36. (1) A person in public life or a person exercising a
public function may by application in writing, request the
Commission to give an opinion and make recommendations on
any matter respecting his own obligations under this Act.
(2) The Commission may make such enquiries as it
considers appropriate and provide the person making the
application with a written opinion and recommendations.
(3) The opinion and recommendations of the Commission
shall be privileged information which may be released only with the
consent of the person making the application.

37. The Commission may on its own initiative consider any
matter with respect to the duty or obligation of a person under
this Act, where in its opinion it is in the public interest to do so.

38. No report concluding that a person to whom this Act
applies has failed without reasonable justification to fulfil a duty
or obligation under this Act shall be made until reasonable notice
has been given to such person of the alleged failure and the
person has been allowed full opportunity to be heard either in
person or by an Attorney-at-law.

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Protection of
information.
[88 of 2000].

Ch. 11:11.

Request for
opinion.

Commission to
act in public
interest.

Notice of
adverse report.

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Exemption from
liability.
[1 of 2010].

Power to enter
contracts.

Regulations.
[88 of 2000].

Income Tax Act.
Ch. 75:01.

39. No personal liability shall be attached to any member of
the Commission in the discharge of functions of the Commission
under this Act unless it is shown that the member acted
recklessly or in bad faith.

40. The Commission may for specific projects or
investigations enter into contracts for the services of persons
having technical or specified knowledge of any matter relating to
the work of the Commission.
41. (1) The Commission may make Regulations prescribing—
(a) the manner in which enquiries may be carried

out and any matters incidental to or
consequential upon such enquiries;

(b) the standard or criteria for the initiation of such
enquiries;

(c) the manner in which information received from
the public would be assessed and verified;

(d) the form of declaration to be submitted and any
additional forms which have been prescribed or
which may become necessary;

(e) the period within which any information or
document required by the Commission should
be furnished or produced;

(f) (Deleted by Act No. 88 of 2000);
(g) any matter or thing in respect of which it may

be necessary to make Regulations for carrying
this Act into effect.

(2) Regulations made under subsection (1) shall be
subject to the affirmative resolution of Parliament.
42. For the purpose of the Income Tax Act, all outgoing
expenses reasonably incurred in the year of income by a
person in public life in connection with the preparation of a
statutory declaration required to be furnished by him for the
purposes of this Act, are deemed to be incurred by him
wholly, exclusively and necessarily in the production of his
income for that year of income.

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42A. An employee of the State, a public authority or any
other body shall not be dismissed, suspended, demoted,
disciplined, harassed, denied a benefit or otherwise negatively
affected because—
(a) he, acting in good faith and on the basis of a

reasonable belief, has—
(i) notified the Commission that his

employer or any other person has
contravened or is about to contravene
this Act;

(ii) done or stated the intention of doing
anything that is required to be done in
order to avoid having any person
contravene this Act; or

(iii) refused to do or stated the intention of
refusing to do anything that is in
contravention of this Act; or

(b) his employer or any other person believes
that he will do something described in
paragraph (a).

43. The Integrity in Public Life Act, 1987 is hereby repealed.
44. Where anything has been commenced by or under the
authority of the Integrity Commission under the Integrity in
Public Life Act, 1987, repealed by this Act, such thing may be
carried out and completed by or under the authority of the
Integrity Commission.

Protection of
employees.
[1 of 2010].

Repeal.
8 of 1987.
Transitional
provisions.

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Section 2.
[88 of 2000].SCHEDULE

PERSONS IN PUBLIC LIFE
1. Members of the House of Representatives.
2. Ministers of Government.
3. Parliamentary Secretaries.
4. Members of the Tobago House of Assembly.
5. Members of Municipalities.
6. Members of Local Government Authorities.
7. Senators.
8. Judges and Magistrates appointed by the Judicial and Legal Service

Commission.
9. Members of the Boards of all Statutory Bodies and State Enterprises

including those bodies in which the State has a controlling interest.
10. Permanent Secretaries and Chief Technical Officers.

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215/2003.

Citation.

Interpretation.

Period for
furnishing
certain
information.

SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE (FURNISHING OF
INFORMATION) REGULATIONS

made under section 41(1)(e)

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Integrity in Public
Life (Furnishing of Information) Regulations.

2. In these Regulations, “the Act” means the Integrity in
Public Life Act.

3. The period for furnishing or producing any information
or document required by the Commission, not otherwise
specified under sections 11(1), 14(1) or any other provision of the
Act shall be within fourteen days of the declarant’s receipt of the
Commission’s request.

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216/2003.

Citation.

Interpretation.

Prescribed
Forms.

INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE (PRESCRIBED FORMS)
REGULATIONS

made under section 41(1)(d)

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Integrity in Public
Life (Prescribed Forms) Regulations.

2. In these Regulations, “the Act” means the Integrity in
Public Life Act.

3. The forms required to be prescribed under the sections
set out in Column 1 of the following Table are indicated in
Column 2 of the said Table and set out in the Schedule:

COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2

Section Form

11(1) A, B

13(3) C

20(4) D, E

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ain
tai
ne
d b
y s
uc
h p
ers
on
.

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Gr
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In
W
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Na
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H
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(D
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L.R.O.

In
W
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s)

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lue
as
at

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c.
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, 2
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...

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mb
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of

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NI
T
T
RU
ST
A
ND
M
UT
UA
L
FU
ND
S

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Va
lue $

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scr
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of
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/V
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AL
UA
BL
ES
H
EL
D
IN
S
AF
ET
Y
D
EP
OS
IT
B
OX
ES

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An
nu
al
Pre
mi
um

Pa
id $

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sh
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rre
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er

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lue $

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m
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pe
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ild
)

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5.
L
IF
E
IN
SU
RA
NC
E
PO

LI
CI
ES

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M
ark
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, 2
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6.1
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OM

PA
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[(
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th
e S

toc
k E

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ha
ng
e]

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K

(U
NQ

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TE

D)

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Ba
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8.1
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OT
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IC
LE
S

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Ba
lan
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TE
B
ON
DS

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NO
TE
:
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r s
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be
low
.

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Na
me
of
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DR

EN
)

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NO
TE
:U
nd
er
sec
tio
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of
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ts)
. S
ee
N
ote
be
low
.

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INSTRUCTIONS

1. PERSONS REQUIRED TO FILE

All persons in public life are required to file declarations of their income,
assets and liabilities with the Commission. The Schedule to the Integrity in
Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”), lists the
persons in public life as follows:
(1) Members of the House of Representatives.
(2) Ministers of Government.
(3) Parliamentary Secretaries.
(4) Members of the Tobago House of Assembly.
(5) Members of Municipalities.
(6) Members of Local Government Authorities.
(7) Senators.
(8) Judges and Magistrates appointed by the Judicial and Legal Service

Commission.
(9) Members of the Boards of all Statutory Bodies and State Enterprises

including those Bodies in which the State has a controlling interest.
(10) Permanent Secretaries and Chief Technical Officers.

PART V
DECLARATION

I declare that I have given a full return of the particulars, as are known to me, of
the income from every source whatsoever, and of the assets and liabilities, of my
spouse, my dependent children and myself, required to be filed in accordance with the
provisions of the Integrity in Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01, in respect of the year ended
31st December 20......

Dated this ............................ day of ........................................................., 20 ........

..........................................................................
Signature of Declarant

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2. DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
Section 12(1)–(5) of the Act specifies the information which should be

disclosed in the declaration. The provisions of this section are reproduced below.
12. (1) A declaration required under this Act, shall include such particulars
as are known to the declarant, of the income, assets and liabilities of himself,
his spouse and his dependent children.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where—
(a) the declarant’s spouse was not ordinarily living with the

declarant for a continuous period of six months during the
period in relation to which the declaration was made; or

(b) a dependent child was not ordinarily living with the declarant
at any time during the period in relation to which the
declaration was made,

the particulars required to be furnished by subsection (1) shall be limited to
assets held by the spouse or child in trust for, or as agent of the declarant,
except that nothing in this section shall be construed as precluding the
Commission from requiring from a declarant, any additional particulars.
(3) Where a person in public life holds money or other property in trust
for another person, he shall so state in his declaration but shall not be required
to disclose the terms of the trust.
(4) For the purposes of a declaration under this Act, the income, assets
and liabilities of a person in public life include the income, assets and liabilities
acquired, held or incurred by any other person as his agent or on his behalf.
(5) Where, in a declaration filed with the Commission, a person in
public life discloses an income which is insufficient to support the accretion in
value of the net assets disclosed so as to raise the inference that there must
have been other income to account for the extent of the acquisition of such
assets, the person in public life will be deemed to have been in possession of
such income which has not been disclosed and the onus shall be on him to
establish the source of that further income.

3. DEADLINES FOR FILING
Section 11(1) and (2) of the Act specifies the deadlines for the filing of

the declarations.
Within three (3) months of becoming a person in public life,

a person shall complete and file with the Commission, in the
prescribed form, a declaration of his income, assets and
liabilities in respect of the previous year.

Thereafter, on 31st May in each succeeding year that he is a
person in public life, he shall file further declarations of his
income, assets and liabilities.

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The time for furnishing of a declaration may be extended by
the Commission, in any particular case, for good cause, for a
period not exceeding six (6) months.

4. REQUEST FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS
Under section 13 of the Act, the Commission may request from a

declarant, any information or explanation relevant to a declaration made by
him and which would assist in its examination.

The Commission may require that—
(a) a declarant furnish such particulars relating to his financial

affairs as may be considered necessary;
(b) a declarant or his duly appointed agent attend at the offices

of the Commission in order to verify his declaration;
(c) a declaration be certified by a chartered or certified accountant.

5. DEADLINE FOR FURNISHING OF FURTHER PARTICULARS
The Integrity Commission requires that information requested, pursuant

to section 13, shall be furnished or produced within fourteen days of receipt of
the Commission’s request.
6. OFFENCES RELATING TO DECLARATIONS (Specified under
section 21 of the Act)

21. (1) A person in public life who—
(a) fails, without reasonable cause, to furnish to the Commission

a declaration, or further particulars which he is required to
furnish in accordance with the provisions of the Act;

(b) knowingly makes a declaration that is false;
(c) fails, without reasonable cause to give such information or

explanation as the Commission or a tribunal may require;
(d) fails, without reasonable cause to attend an enquiry being

conducted by a tribunal appointed under section 15 or
knowingly gives false information in such enquiry,

is guilty of an offence, and liable on summary conviction to a fine of two
hundred and fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment for a term of ten years.
(2) Where, a person in public life is deemed to have been in possession
of undisclosed income or assets and fails to account for such further income or
assets, or where upon an enquiry, it is determined that such other income or
assets have existed and the person in public life deliberately omitted to disclose
such information in the declaration filed with the Commission, he shall be liable
on summary conviction to a fine of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and

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imprisonment for a term of ten years, and where the offence involves the
deliberate non-disclosure of property the Court may, in addition—
(a) where the property involved is situated in Trinidad and

Tobago, declare that it be forfeited to the State;
(b) where the property involved is situated outside of Trinidad

and Tobago, order that an amount equivalent to the value of
the property (the value to be assessed as directed by the
Court), be paid by the person in public life to the State.

(3) Property acquired from a person referred to in subsection (1) by a
bona fide purchaser for value without notice of any offence of that person as
provided for in this section is not liable to forfeiture, but an amount equivalent
to the value of the property or the price paid by the purchaser, whichever is
greater, shall be paid by the person in public life to the State.
(4) Payment of all sums due to the State pursuant to paragraph (b) of
subsection (1) or to subsection (2) may be enforced in like manner as a debt
due to the State and any proceedings thereon on behalf of the State may be
taken summarily.

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Re
gu
lat
ion
3.

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].

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[S
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)].

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7.
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FORM C Regulation 3.

REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

INTEGRITY COMMISSION
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

[Pursuant to section 13(3) of the Integrity in Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01]

This is to certify that the declaration required under section 11 of the Integrity in Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01

has been submitted by ................................................................................................ and has been fully made.

Dated this ............................... day of ..................................................., 20 ......

.................................................................
Registrar

NOTE: The statement of registrable interest required under section 14 of the Act has/has not* been filed.
*Delete as applicable.

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FORM D Regulation 3.

REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

INTEGRITY COMMISSION
OATH OF SECRECY

[Made by a member of the Integrity Commission in accordance with section 20(4) of the Integrity in Public Life
Act, Ch. 22:01]

I ......................................................................................., member of the Integrity Commission, pursuant to
section 20(4) of the Integrity in Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01, do solemnly and sincerely swear by
................................................., that I shall treat all declarations filed with the Integrity Commission and all records and
information relating thereto as secret and confidential and I shall not disclose or communicate to any unauthorised
person or allow any such person to have access to any such record, information or declaration.

.......................................................................
Member of the Integrity Commission

DECLARED before me this .................. day of
..................................., 20..... at the office of the
Integrity Commission, .......................................
.............................................................................
.............................................................................

.................................................................
Justice of the Peace

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FORM E Regulation 3.

REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

INTEGRITY COMMISSION
OATH OF SECRECY

[Made by a person to perform functions in the service or as an employee of the Integrity Commission in accordance
with section 20(4) of the Integrity in Public Life Act, Ch. 22:01]

I ................................................................................., employee/performing a function in the office of the Integrity
Commission, do solemnly and sincerely swear by ................................................., that in the performance of my duties
and functions in the service of the Integrity Commission, pursuant to section 20(4) of the Integrity in Public Life Act,
Ch. 22:01, I shall treat all declarations made to the Integrity Commission and all records and information relating
thereto as secret and confidential and I shall not disclose or communicate to any unauthorised person or allow any such
person to have access to any such record, information or declaration.

...................................................................
Signature

DECLARED before me this ................... day of
.................................., 20...... at the office of the
Integrity Commission, ........................................
..............................................................................
..............................................................................

...................................................................
Justice of the Peace

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