The Road Traffic (New Drivers) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998

Link to law: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/nisi/1998/1074/contents

Introductory Text

Introductory Title and commencement (1) This Order may be cited as the Road Traffic...

Introductory

1.Title and commencement
2.Interpretation
3.Probationary period for newly qualified drivers

Revocation of licences and re-testing

4.Surrender of licences
5.Revocation of licences
6.Re-testing
7.Restoration of licence without re-testing in certain cases

Miscellaneous and general

8.Newly qualified drivers holding test certificates
9.Early termination of probationary period
Article 10—Amendments
11.The Crown
12.Service of documents, etc.
Article 13—Amendments and repeals

SCHEDULES

SCHEDULE 1
NEWLY QUALIFIED DRIVERS HOLDING TEST CERTIFICATES

PART I GENERAL

Interpretation
1.(1) In this Schedule “test certificate” means a certificate or...

Application of Schedule
2.(1) Part II applies to any person to whom Part...

PART II DUTY TO PROVIDE TEST CERTIFICATE
3.(1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies where— (a) a person to whom...

PART III NEWLY QUALIFIED DRIVER WITH PROVISIONAL LICENCE AND TEST CERTIFICATE

Surrender of test certificate
4.(1) Where the circumstances mentioned in Article 4(1) exist with...

Revocation of test certificate
5.(1) Where the Department— (a) has received a notice sent...

Re-testing
6.(1) Subject to Part V, the Department shall not under...

PART IV NEWLY QUALIFIED DRIVER WITH FULL AND PROVISIONAL ENTITLEMENTS AND TEST CERTIFICATE

Surrender of licence and test certificate
7.(1) Where the circumstances mentioned in Article 4(1) exist with...

Revocation of licence and test certificate
8.(1) Where the Department— (a) has received a notice sent...

Re-testing
9.(1) Subject to Part V, the Department shall not under...

PART V SUPPLEMENTARY

Effect of disqualification until test is passed on re-testing rule
10.Where— (a) a person's test certificate has been revoked under...

Regulations made by the Department
11.(1) The Department may by regulations make provision for cases...

Schedules 2, 3—Amendments

Schedule 4—Repeals
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