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War Precautions (Moratorium) Regulations (Amendment)

Authoritative Version
  • - C1919L00172
  • No longer in force
SR 1919 No. 172 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the War Precautions (Moratorium) Regulations.
Gazetted 03 Jul 1919
Date of repeal 02 Dec 1920
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by War Precautions Act Repeal Act 1920

STATUTORY RULES.

1919. No. 172.

 

REGULATIONS UNDER THE WAR PRECAUTIONS ACT 1914–1918.

I, SIR ARTHUR LYULPH STANLEY, Deputy of the Governor-General in and over the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, hereby make the following Regulation under the War Precautions Act 1914–1918, to come into operation forthwith.

Dated this second day of July, 1919.

A. L. STANLEY,

Deputy of the Governor-General.

By His Excellency’s Command,

E. J. RUSSELL,

Acting Minister of State for Defence.

 

Amendment of the War Precautions (Moratorium) Regulations.

(Statutory Rules 1916, No. 284, as amended by Statutory Rules 1916, No. 324; 1917, Nos. 13, 76, and 253; 1918, Nos. 28 and 191; and 1919, Nos. 36 and 140.)

Regulation 13 of the War Precautions (Moratorium) Regulations is amended by omitting sub-regulation (6) and inserting in its stead the following sub-regulation:—

“(6) In the case of a mortgage or agreement for the sale and purchase of land to which these Regulations apply and which provides for payment by instalments, the date, of payment of any instalment, which would, apart from these Regulations have been due and payable on or before the date of the termination of the war as declared by Proclamation, shall be determined in the same manner as if that instalment were the principal sum secured by a mortgage to which these Regulations apply; but nothing in these Regulations shall affect the date of payment of any instalment due and payable after the date of the termination of the war as declared by Proclamation.”

 

 

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