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Navigation Act 1912

Act No. 4 of 1913 as amended, taking into account amendments up to Navigation Amendment Act 2011
An Act relating to Navigation and Shipping
Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport
Registered 23 Jan 2012
Start Date 27 Dec 2011
End Date 29 Jan 2012
Date of repeal 01 Jul 2013
Repealed by Navigation (Consequential Amendments) Act 2012
Table of contents.

Navigation Act 1912

Act No. 4 of 1913 as amended

This compilation was prepared on 27 December 2011
taking into account amendments up to Act No. 168 of 2011

Volume 4 includes:      Note 1
Table of Acts
Act Notes
Table of Amendments
Notes 2–4
Table A

The text of any of those amendments not in force
on that date is appended in the Notes section

The operation of amendments that have been incorporated may be
affected by application provisions that are set out in the Notes section

  

  

  


Notes to the Navigation Act 1912

Note 1

The Navigation Act 1912 as shown in this compilation comprises Act No. 4, 1913 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by the Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) (Consequential Amendments) Regulations 2006 (No. 1) (SLI 2006 No. 50). The amendments are incorporated in this compilation.

All relevant information pertaining to application, saving or transitional provisions prior to 24 November 2000 is not included in this compilation. For subsequent information see Table A.

For miscellaneous provisions affecting the operation of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, as amended, refer to sections 103–106 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1979 (No. 98, 1979) and sections 46 and 47 of the Admiralty Act 1988 (No. 34, 1988).

Table of Acts

Act

Number
and year

Date
of Assent

Date of commencement

Application, saving or transitional provisions

Navigation Act 1912

4, 1913

24 Oct 1913

(a)

 

Navigation Act 1919

32, 1919

20 Dec 1919

(a)

Navigation Act 1920

1, 1921

3 Mar 1921

(a)

Ss. 3 and 4

Navigation Act 1925

8, 1925

13 Aug 1925

(a)

Navigation Act 1926

8, 1926

1 Mar 1926

(a)

Navigation (Maritime Conventions) Act 1934

49, 1934

5 Dec 1934

(a)

Navigation Act 1935

30, 1935

11 July 1935

(a)

Navigation Act 1942

1, 1943

10 Feb 1943

(a)

Statute Law Revision Act 1950

80, 1950

16 Dec 1950

31 Dec 1950

Ss. 16 and 17

Navigation Act 1952

109, 1952

8 Dec 1952

(a)

Ss. 2(3) and 39

Navigation Act 1953

96, 1953

24 Dec 1953

(a)

Ss. 2(3), 40 and 41

Navigation Act 1956

46, 1956

30 June 1956

14 Aug 1956 (see s. 2 and Gazette 1956, p. 2489)

Navigation Act 1958

36, 1958

27 May 1958

(a)

Ss. 2(2), 9(2), 48(2), 67(2), 70(2), 78(2), 81(2), 93(2), 96(2), 98(2), 99(2), 110(2), 136(2), 157(2), 161(2), 163(2), 167(2), 173(2), 176(2), 177(2), 183(2), 188(2), 197(2) and 208

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Navigation Act 1961

96, 1961

30 Oct 1961

(see 96, 1961 below)

(see 96, 1961 below)

Navigation Act 1965

1, 1965

31 Mar 1965

(see 1, 1965 below)

(see 1, 1965 below)

Navigation Amendment Act 1979

98, 1979

22 Oct 1979

(see 98, 1979 below)

(see 98, 1979 below)

Navigation Act 1961

96, 1961

30 Oct 1961

(a)

Ss. 2(2), 30(2) and 36

Navigation Act 1965

1, 1965

31 Mar 1965

(a)

Ss. 2(2) and 57

Statute Law Revision (Decimal Currency) Act 1966

93, 1966

29 Oct 1966

1 Dec 1966

Navigation Act 1967

60, 1967

18 Sept 1967

(a)

Ss. 2(2), 45 and 46

Navigation Act 1968

62, 1968

27 June 1968

(a)

Ss. 14 and 15

Navigation Act 1970

1, 1970

20 Mar 1970

20 Mar 1970

Navigation Act (No. 2) 1970

117, 1970

11 Nov 1970

11 Nov 1970

Navigation Act 1972

28, 1972

17 May 1972

Ss. 5–7 and 9: 1 Dec 1976 (see Gazette 1976, No. G46, p. 2)
Remainder: Royal Assent

S. 10

Statute Law Revision Act 1973

216, 1973

19 Dec 1973

31 Dec 1973

Ss. 9(1) and 10

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law Revision Act 1974

20, 1974

25 July 1974

31 Dec 1973

S. 6(3)

Administrative Changes (Consequential Provisions) Act 1976

91, 1976

20 Sept 1976

S. 3: (b)

S. 4

Federal Court of Australia (Consequential Provisions) Act 1976

157, 1976

9 Dec 1976

1 Feb 1977 (see s. 2 and Gazette 1977, No. S3)

Navigation Amendment Act 1979





















































98, 1979

22 Oct 1979

Ss. 4(2), (3), 5, 7 and 101: 18 Nov 1983 (see Gazette 1983, No. S244)
Ss. 4(4), 8, 9, 10(1), 11(1),
12–15, 19, 26(1), 36, 53, 66–68, 70, 72(1), 75, 87(1), 89(2) and 92: 1 Jan 1982 (see Gazette 1981, No. S272)
Ss. 16, 65(1), (2), 96, 104(3), (4) and (5): 31 Jan 1981 (see s.  2(5) and Gazette 1981, No. S7)
S. 20: 1 Feb 1982 (see Gazette 1982, No. S18)
Ss. 31, 32(3), 33–35, 37, 39–42, 44, 46, 47, 51(2), 93 and 110: 18 Nov 1983 (see s. 2(6) and Gazette 1983, No. S244)
Ss. 32(2), 38(1), 49(2), 50 and 94: 2 Apr 1980 (see s. 2(4) and Gazette 1980, No. G13, p. 2)
Ss. 32(4), 38(2), 48 and 95: 23 Feb 1981 (see s. 2(7) and Gazette 1981, No. G5, p. 2)
S. 52: 1 Apr 1982 (see Gazette 1982, No. G13, p. 3)
S. 55: 5 Feb 1984 (see Gazette 1984, No. S32)

Ss. 2(3),
107–108, 110 and 111
S. 109 (rs. by 39, 1983, s. 3; rep. by 57, 1988, s. 3)
Ss. 8(2), 10(2), 11(2), 26(2), 65(2), (3), 72(2), 73(2), 78(2), (3), 81(2), 82(2), 83(2), (3) and 87(2) (c)

Navigation Amendment Act 1979—continued

 

 

Ss. 57, 58, 61 and 64: 15 Dec 1976 (see s. 2(3))
Ss. 63, 81(2), 83(2) and 99: 1 Dec 1976 (see s. 2(2) and Gazette 1976, No. G46, p. 2)
S. 73(1): 1 Nov 1979 (see s. 2(9) and Gazette 1979, No. S219)
Ss. 80, 81(1), 82(1), 83(1), 84, 97 and 111: 22 Aug 1982 (see s. 2(8) and Gazette 1982, No. S163)
Remainder: Royal Assent

 

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983

39, 1983

20 June 1983

S. 3: 18 July 1983 (d)

S. 7(1)

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988

57, 1988

15 June 1988

(see 57, 1988 below)

Australian Federal Police (Consequential Amendments) Act 1979

155, 1979

28 Nov 1979

19 Oct 1979 (see s. 2 and Gazette 1979, No. S206)

Australian Federal Police (Consequential Amendments) Act 1980

70, 1980

28 May 1980

28 May 1980

Navigation Amendment Act 1980

87, 1980

29 May 1980

Ss. 1, 2, 4, 5(1), (4), 35, 39, 46, 52, 53(1),
78–88, 90, 91, 97, 98, 100–103 and 106–111: Royal Assent
Ss. 3, 5(3), 13(1), 14, 17(1), 23(1), 30(1), 49(1), 56, 60, 64, 65(1), 66, 68, 70, 73, 77, 89, 92–96, 104 and 105: 1 Feb 1981 (see Gazette 1980, No. S282)
Ss. 8 and 9: 1 Jan 1981 (see Gazette 1980, No. S282)
Ss. 69 and 71: 1 Dec 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S366)
S. 76: 1 Feb 1983 (see Gazette 1983, No. G3, p. 220)
Remainder: (f)

Ss. 5(4), 110 and 111 (e)
S. 109 (am. by 10, 1981, s. 46; rep. by 57, 1988, s. 25)
Ss. 82(2), 97(2) and 98(2)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Navigation Amendment Act 1981

10, 1981

25 Mar 1981

(see 10, 1981 below)

(see 10, 1981 below)

Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981

74, 1981

18 June 1981

S. 224: Royal Assent (g)
Ss. 225–228: (g)

S. 264

Migration (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1983

84, 1983

14 Nov 1983

Part VII (ss. 23, 24): (h)

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988

57, 1988

15 June 1988

(see 57, 1988 below)

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989

23, 1990

17 Jan 1990

Part 12 (ss. 48, 49): Royal Assent (i)

Navigation Amendment Act 1981

10, 1981

25 Mar 1981

Part I (ss. 1, 2), ss. 6(2), 24(2) and 40: Royal Assent
Ss. 3(1)(a), 19(1), 22(1)(c), 24(1), 26(1) and 27(1): (j)
Ss. 3(1)(b), (3), 4, 5, 6(1), 8–18, 19(2), 20, 21, 22(1)(a), (b), (2), 23–25, 26(2), (3), 27(2), (3), 30–39 and
41–43: 26 Jan 1982 (see s. 2(3) and Gazette 1981, No. G51, p. 2)
Ss. 3(2) and 7: 1 Feb 1983 (see s. 2(2) and Gazette 1983, No. G3, p. 220)
S. 28 and Part III (ss.
44–46): 22 Apr 1981

Ss. 2(5), 6(2), 8(2), 9(2), (3), 10, 11(2),
12–17, 21(2), (3), 23, 26(3), 27(3), 29(2), 33(2), 36(2), 37, 41 and 45 (k)
Ss. 3(3), 19(2), 22(2), 24(2), 26(2), 27(2) and 46 (rep. by 57, 1988, s. 27)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981

74, 1981

18 June 1981

S. 229: Royal Assent (l)
S. 230: (l)

S. 264

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988

57, 1988

15 June 1988

(see 57, 1988 below)

Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1981

36, 1981

14 Apr 1981

Ss. 1, 2 and 8: Royal Assent
Ss. 3–5 and 7: (m)
S. 6: 5 Feb 1984 (see s. 2(3) and Gazette 1984, No. S31)

S. 6(2)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983

40, 1983

20 June 1983

(see 40, 1983 below)

Statute Law Revision Act 1981

61, 1981

12 June 1981

S. 115: Royal Assent (n)

Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981

74, 1981

18 June 1981

S. 219: Royal Assent (o)
Ss. 220–223: 1 Feb 1982 (see Gazette 1982, No. S18) (o)

S. 264

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No. 2) 1982

80, 1982

22 Sept 1982

S. 166: Royal Assent (p)
Ss. 167–177 and 179–187: 20 Oct 1982 (p)
S. 178: 3 Dec 1985 (see Gazette 1985, No. S498) (p)

S. 181(2) and (3)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983

39, 1983

20 June 1983

S. 3: (q)

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983

39, 1983

20 June 1983

S. 3: 18 July 1983 (r)

S. 7(1)

Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983

40, 1983

20 June 1983

Ss. 1, 2 and Part III (ss. 
11–13): Royal Assent
Remainder: 14 Jan 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S8)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1983

91, 1983

22 Nov 1983

S. 3: (s)

Ss. 2(14) and 6(1)

Migration (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1983

84, 1983

14 Nov 1983

Part VI (ss. 21, 22): 2 Apr 1984 (see Gazette 1984, No. S119) (t)

Radiocommunications (Transitional Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Act 1983

136, 1983

11 Dec 1983

27 Aug 1985 (see s. 2 and Gazette 1985, No. S322)

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1984

72, 1984

25 June 1984

S. 3: (u)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1984

165, 1984

25 Oct 1984

S. 3: (v)

Ss. 2(32) and 6(1)

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1985

65, 1985

5 June 1985

S. 3: (w)

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1985

193, 1985

16 Dec 1985

S. 3: Royal Assent (x)

Ss. 12 and 16

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1986

76, 1986

24 June 1986

S. 3: (y)

Ss. 5 and 9

Navigation Amendment Act 1986

132, 1986

9 Dec 1986

1 Jan 1987 (see Gazette 1986, No. S665)

Sex Discrimination (Consequential Amendments) Act 1986

163, 1986

18 Dec 1986

15 Jan 1987

Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 1986

167, 1986

18 Dec 1986

Ss. 3 and 13: Royal Assent (z)
Ss. 4–10, 12(1), (2) and 15: 14 Jan 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S8) (z)
S. 11: 10 Jan 1995 (see Gazette 1994, No. S462) (z)
Ss. 12(3) and 14: (z)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1987

141, 1987

18 Dec 1987

S. 3: (za)

S. 5(1)

Statute Law Revision Act 2007

8, 2007

15 Mar 2007

Schedule 2 (items 12, 13): (zaa)

Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1987

141, 1987

18 Dec 1987

S. 3: Royal Assent (zb)

S. 5(1), (15) and (16)

Admiralty Act 1988

34, 1988

22 May 1988

1 Jan 1989 (see Gazette 1988, No. S359)

Ss. 48, 50, 52(2), 54(2) and 55(2)

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988

57, 1988

15 June 1988

Ss. 3(1), (2), 5, 6, 17 and 18: 1 July 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S193)
S. 7: 1 May 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S150)
Ss. 10–12, 14 and 15: 13 June 1986 (see s. 2(2) and Gazette 1986, No. S269)
Remainder: Royal Assent

S. 3(1)–(3)

Industrial Relations (Consequential Provisions) Act 1988

87, 1988

8 Nov 1988

Ss. 1 and 2: Royal Assent
Remainder: 1 Mar 1989 (see s. 2(2) and Gazette 1989, No. S53)

Statutory Instruments (Tabling and Disallowance) Legislation Amendment Act 1988

99, 1988

2 Dec 1988

2 Dec 1988

ANL (Conversion into Public Company) Act 1988

127, 1988

14 Dec 1988

Ss. 6, 7(2), 9 and 11: 1 July 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S210)
S. 7(1): 10 June 1989 (zc)
S. 7(3): 1 July 1989 (see s. 2(4))
Remainder: Royal Assent

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1989

6, 1989

16 Mar 1989

Ss. 3–5: Royal Assent (zd)
S. 8: 10 Jan 1995 (see Gazette 1994, No. S462) (zd)

Telecommunications and Postal Services (Transitional Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Act 1989

63, 1989

19 June 1989

Ss. 1 and 2: Royal Assent
Part 5 (ss. 17, 18): 30 June 1989 (see s. 2(3) and Gazette 1989, No. S216)
Remainder: 1 July 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S230)

Banking Legislation Amendment Act 1989

129, 1989

7 Nov 1989

Part I (ss. 1, 2), ss. 3, 26, 29–33, 35, 38 and 40: Royal Assent
S. 23(1): 4 May 1989
S. 39: 23 Jan 1988
Remainder: 28 Dec 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S383)

Ss. 28 and 38

Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims Act 1989

151, 1989

30 Nov 1989

30 May 1991

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989

23, 1990

17 Jan 1990

Ss. 38–41, 44 and 47: Royal Assent (ze)
Ss. 42, 43 and 46: (ze)
S. 45(1): 3 Sept 1990 (zea)
S. 45(2): (ze)

Ss. 42(2)–(4) and 45(2)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Tansport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1991

173, 1991

25 Nov 1991

S. 38: (see 173, 1991 below)

Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990

78, 1990

22 Oct 1990

Ss. 35, 48, 62 and 63: 1 Jan 1991
Remainder: Royal Assent

S. 63

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1990

11, 1991

21 Jan 1991

Part 8 (ss.
31–33): Royal Assent (zf)

S. 32(2)

Fisheries Legislation (Consequential Provisions) Act 1991

163, 1991

10 Nov 1991

Ss. 1 and 2: Royal Assent
Remainder: 3 Feb 1992 (see Gazette 1992, No. GN1)

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1991

173, 1991

25 Nov 1991

Ss. 31–35, 38 and 56: Royal Assent (zg)
Ss. 36 and 37: 1 May 1989 (zg)
Schedule (in part): (zg)

S. 38

Industrial Relations Legislation Amendment Act (No. 3) 1991

7, 1992

15 Jan 1992

Part 2 (ss. 3–27): 22 June 1992 (see Gazette 1992, No. S159)
Part 5 (ss. 38, 39): 8 Apr 1992 (see Gazette 1992, No. S92)
Remainder: Royal Assent

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1992

71, 1992

26 June 1992

Part 7 (ss. 24, 25): (zh)

Radiocommunications (Transitional Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Act 1992

167, 1992

11 Dec 1992

1 July 1993

International Labour Organisation (Compliance with Conventions) Act 1992

220, 1992

24 Dec 1992

24 Dec 1992

Seafarers Rehabilitation and Compensation (Transitional Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Act 1992

233, 1992

24 Dec 1992

24 June 1993 (see s. 2)

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1993

5, 1994

18 Jan 1994

Schedule (items 52–67): Royal Assent (zi)

Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1994

64, 1994

30 May 1994

Ss. 3(1) and 4: Royal Assent (zj)

S. 4

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law Revision Act 1996

43, 1996

25 Oct 1996

Schedule 3 (item 124): 30 May 1994 (zk)

Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1995

95, 1995

27 July 1995

S. 9 and Schedule 1 (Part H [items 1–3, 13, 55–57]) and Schedule 4: Royal Assent (zl)
Schedule 1 (Part H [items 4–12, 14–36]): 1 Sept 1997 (see Gazette 1997, No. GN34) (zl)
Schedule 1 (Part H [items 37–54, 58]): 9 June 1997 (see Gazette 1997, No. S186) (zl)

S. 9

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law Revision Act 1996

43, 1996

25 Oct 1996

Schedule 3 (item 126): 27 July 1995 (zm)

Statute Law Revision Act 2007

8, 2007

15 Mar 2007

Schedule 2 (item 16): (zma)

ANL Sale Act 1995

136, 1995

5 Dec 1995

(zn)

Statute Law Revision Act 1996

43, 1996

25 Oct 1996

Schedule 4 (items 111, 112): Royal Assent (zo)

Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment Act 1996

60, 1996

25 Nov 1996

Schedule 19 (item 33): Royal Assent (zp)

Financial Sector Reform (Consequential Amendments) Act 1998

48, 1998

29 June 1998

Schedule 1 (item 122): 1 July 1998 (see Gazette 1998, No. S216) (zq)

Statute Stocktake Act 1999

118, 1999

22 Sept 1999

22 Sept 1999

Criminal Code Amendment (Theft, Fraud, Bribery and Related Offences) Act 2000

137, 2000

24 Nov 2000

Ss. 1–3 and Schedule 1 (items 1, 4, 6, 7, 9–11, 32): Royal Assent
Remainder: 24 May 2001

Sch. 2 (items 418, 419) [see Table A]

Transport and Regional Services Legislation Amendment (Application of Criminal Code) Act 2001

143, 2001

1 Oct 2001

2 Oct 2001

S. 4 [see Table A]

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law Revision Act 2002

63, 2002

3 July 2002

Schedule 2 (items 33, 34): (zr)

International Maritime Conventions Legislation Amendment Act 2001

149, 2001

1 Oct 2001

Schedule 1 (item 4): 13 May 2004 (see Gazette 2004, No. S157)

Workplace Relations Legislation Amendment (Registration and Accountability of Organisations) (Consequential Provisions) Act 2002

105, 2002

14 Nov 2002

Schedule 3 (item 58): 12 May 2003 (see s. 2(1))

Transport Safety Investigation (Consequential Amendments) Act 2003

19, 2003

11 Apr 2003

Schedule 1: (zs)
Remainder: Royal Assent

Maritime Legislation Amendment (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 2003

47, 2003

26 June 2003

Schedule 1 (items 1–22): (zt)

Financial Framework Legislation Amendment Act 2005

8, 2005

22 Feb 2005

S. 4 and Schedule 1 (items 264–267, 496): Royal Assent

S. 4 and Sch. 1 (item 496) [see Table A]

Navigation Amendment Act 2005

28, 2005

21 Mar 2005

Schedule 1: 18 Apr 2005
Remainder: Royal Assent

Offshore Petroleum (Repeals and Consequential Amendments) Act 2006

17, 2006

29 Mar 2006

Schedule 2 (items 52, 53): 1 July 2008 (see s. 2(1) and F2008L02273)

Maritime Legislation Amendment Act 2006

24, 2006

6 Apr 2006

Schedule 2 (items 1, 3–7,
9–15, 17, 18,
33–38, 43–46, 63, 64, 77–80, 100–102,
106–108): 7 Apr 2006
Schedule 2 (items 2, 8,
24–28, 32,
47–54, 60,
65–74, 81–99): 6 Oct 2006
Schedule 2 (items 16, 19–23, 29–31, 39–42, 55–59, 61, 62, 75, 76, 103–105): 4 May 2006

Sch. 2 (item 13) [see Table A]

Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Amendment (Security Plans and Other Measures) Act 2006

109, 2006

27 Sept 2006

Schedule 2 (items 60–67):
Royal Assent

Maritime Legislation Amendment (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 2006

138, 2006

30 Nov 2006

Schedules 1 and 2: 1 Jan 2007
Remainder: Royal Assent

Sch. 1 (item 5) [see Table A]

Maritime Legislation Amendment (Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships) Act 2007

24, 2007

15 Mar 2007

Schedule 1: 10 Nov 2007 (see F2007L03764)
Schedule 2 (items 1–4, 7–12, 15–18): 16 Mar 2007
Schedule 2 (items 5, 6): 1 Aug 2007
Remainder: Royal Assent

Statute Law Revision Act 2008

73, 2008

3 July 2008

Schedule 1 (items 35, 36): (zu)
Schedule 4 (item 397): 4 July 2008

Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 2008

94, 2008

3 Oct 2008

Schedule 2 (item 1): Royal Assent

Offshore Petroleum Amendment (Greenhouse Gas Storage) Act 2008

117, 2008

21 Nov 2008

Schedule 3 (item 22): 22 Nov 2008

Same‑Sex Relationships (Equal Treatment in Commonwealth Laws—General Law Reform) Act 2008

144, 2008

9 Dec 2008

Schedule 11 (items 23–41): 10 Dec 2008

Sch. 11 (items 33, 36, 40) [see Table A]

Fair Work (State Referral and Consequential and Other Amendments) Act 2009

54, 2009

25 June 2009

Schedule 13: (zv)

Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Act 2009

131, 2009

14 Dec 2009

Schedule 3 (items 6–10): [see Note 2]

Statute Law Revision Act 2010

8, 2010

1 Mar 2010

Schedule 1 (items 36, 37) and Schedule 5 (item 73): Royal Assent

Personal Property Securities (Corporations and Other Amendments) Act 2010

96, 2010

6 July 2010

Schedule 3 (item 5): [see (zw) and Note 3]

Acts Interpretation Amendment Act 2011

46, 2011

27 June 2011

Schedule 2 (items 869–873) and Schedule 3 (items 10, 11): 27 Dec 2011

Sch. 3 (items 10, 11) [see Table A]

Maritime Legislation Amendment Act 2011

167, 2011

4 Dec 2011

Schedule 1 (items 1–5): 5 Dec 2011

Navigation Amendment Act 2011

168, 2011

4 Dec 2011

Schedule 1 (items 1–79): [see Note 4 and Table A]
Remainder: Royal Assent

Sch. 1 (items 6, 11, 21) [see Table A]


(a)     Section 1 of the Navigation Act 1912 made provision for that Act to commence on a date to be fixed by Proclamation.

         For details of the commencement of:

                  (i)   the Navigation Act 1912 and that Act as amended; and

                 (ii)   Navigation amendment Acts;

         reference should be made to:

                (iii)   the provisions relating to commencement in each of those Acts; and

                (iv)   the particulars of Proclamations shown in relation to those Acts in the Tables below which have been extracted from the 1950 and 1968 Annual Volumes.

TABLE 1

EXTRACT FROM ANNUAL VOLUME OF ACTS 1950

         Certain sections only of the Navigation Act 1912 were proclaimed to commence on 2nd March, 1920, but this proclamation was annulled by s. 3 of the Navigation Act 1920.

         The following sections of the Navigation Act 1912–1935 have since been proclaimed to commence on the undermentioned dates:

                   Sections 1, 1A, 2, 3, 6–10, 14, 43, 44, 47A, 50, 77, 85, 88, 91, 92, 122A, 132, 135–138, 187, 204A, 259–265A, 269A, 284–293, 317A, 378–380, 384, 386, 387, 389, 391–396, 399–405, 407, 410A, 413, 414, 416, 418A, 422, 423, 423A, 424, 425 and Schedules I, II, IV and V:

To commence on 1st July, 1921. See Gazette, 1921, p. 489.

                   Sections 123 and 231:

To commence on 1st October, 1921. See Gazette, 1921, pp. 489 and 1230.

                   Sections 11–13, 26, 28–42, 45–47, 48, 49, 51–76, 78–84, 86, 87, 89, 90, 93, 94,
99–115, 127–131, 133, 134, 139, 140, 142–148, 164–176, 177–186, 388, 390, 397, 398, 406, 410, 411, 412, 415, 417, 418 and 419:

To commence on 1st March, 1922. See Gazettes, 1921, p. 1377 and 1922, p. 67.

                   Sections 116–120, 122, 124–126, 149–163, 294–317, 318–329, 381, 382, 383, 385, 408, 409 and Schedule III:

To commence on 1st February, 1923. See Gazette, 1922, p. 2757.

                   Section 235:

To commence on 1st March, 1923. See Gazette, 1923, p. 289.

                   Sections 4, 5, 15–25, 27, 187A, 188–201, 201A, 202–204, 205, 206, 206A, 207–217, 217A, 218–230, 232–234, 248–258, 258A, 268, 269, Part V (sections 270–283), Part IX (sections 356–367 and 369–377), sections 420 and 421:

To commence on 1st October, 1923. See Gazette, 1923, p. 990.

                   Sections 293A and 422A:

To commence on 31st August, 1925. See Gazette, 1925, p. 1285.

                   Sections 40A, 40B, 46A, 187A, 191, 191A, 191B, 192A, 215, 229, 230, 253A, 258B, 265, 351 and Schedules VI and VII:

To commence on 15th April, 1935. See Gazette, 1935, pp. 502, 533 and 536.

                   Section 231A:

To commence on 1st October, 1935. See Gazette, 1935, p. 997.

                   Sections 218, 218A, 219, 219A, 219B, 219C, 220, 220A, 221, 221A, 222, 222A, 223, 223A, 224, 224A, 225, 225A, 226, 226A and 227:

To commence on 30th March, 1936. See Gazette, 1935, p. 1060.

                   Sections 197A, 198A, 206B, 206C, 206D, 206E, 206F, 206G, 206H, 216 and 216A:

To commence on 31st October, 1935. See Gazette, 1935, p. 1225.

         The remaining sections have not yet been proclaimed to commence.(a)

NOTE TO EXTRACT FROM ANNUAL VOLUME OF ACTS 1950

                  (a)   Sections 236, 237, 237A, 238–245 and 247 (comprising Division 9 of Part IV) of the Navigation Act 1912 were to commence on dates to be fixed by Proclamation, but those sections were repealed by the Navigation Act 1965 before they came into operation.

 

TABLE 2

EXTRACT FROM ANNUAL VOLUME OF ACTS 1968

         The Navigation Act 1952, other than sections 4(b), 13 and 30, commenced on the date of the Royal Assent. Section 4(b) was proclaimed to commence on 1 March 1957, section 13 on 19 December 1952, and section 30 on 5 June 1953.

         Sections 1, 2 and 30(2) of the Navigation Act 1953 commenced on the date of the Royal Assent; the remaining provisions commenced on the date fixed by Proclamation.

         Sections 1 and 2 of the Navigation Act 1958 commenced on the date of the Royal Assent. Sections 3–11, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23–25, 28, 30–32, 34, 36–40, 42–44, 47, 49, 52–69, 71,
73–75, 77, 79–81, 83–103, 105, 107–109, 111–142, 144–159, 161–181, 183–197, 199, 201, 203, 205, 207 and 208 were proclaimed to commence on 27 June 1959. Sections 29, 72, 202 and 206 were proclaimed to commence on 30 August 1960. Sections 27, 78 and 82 were proclaimed to commence on 21 August 1962. Sections 33, 35, 41, 45, 48, 50, 51, 70, 104, 110 and 198 were proclaimed to commence on 25 October 1963. Sections 12–15, 18, 20, 22, 46 and 182 were proclaimed to commence on 6 March 1964. Section 160 was proclaimed to commence on 8 May 1964. Sections 26, 76 and 143 were proclaimed to commence on 16 August 1965.(b)

         Sections 1, 2 and 36 of the Navigation Act 1961 commenced on the date of the Royal Assent. Sections 3, 5–13, 20, 29, 31, 33 and 34 were proclaimed to commence on 30 August 1962. Sections 28 and 30 were proclaimed to commence on 8 February 1963. Section 35 was proclaimed to commence on 24 October 1963. Section 14 was proclaimed to commence on 25 October 1963. Sections 4, 23, 27 and 32 were proclaimed to commence on 6 March 1964. Sections 15–19 and 24 were proclaimed to commence on 8 May 1964. Sections 21 and 22 were proclaimed to commence on 30 July 1965. Sections 25 and 26 were proclaimed to commence on 16 August 1965.

         Sections 3–14 of the Navigation Act 1968 commenced on the date fixed by Proclamation. The remaining sections commenced on the date of the Royal Assent.

NOTE TO EXTRACT FROM ANNUAL VOLUME OF ACTS 1968

                  (b)   Sections 106, 200 and 204 of the Navigation Act 1958 were to commence on dates to be fixed by Proclamation. Sections 106 and 200 were repealed by the Navigation Act 1961 and section 204 was repealed by the Navigation Amendment Act 1979 before they came into operation.

(b)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Administrative Changes (Consequential Provisions) Act 1976, subsection 2(7) of which provides as follows:

                 (7)   The amendments of each other Act specified in the Schedule made by this Act shall be deemed to have come into operation on 22 December 1975.

(c)     The provisions marked (c) in the Table of Acts relate to the operation of amendments. For details of these provisions see the Navigation Amendment Act 1979 (No. 98, 1979).

(d)     The Navigation Amendment Act 1979 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the twenty‑eighth day after the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(e)     The provisions marked (e) in the Table of Acts relate to the operation of amendments. For details of these provisions see the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 (No. 87, 1980).

(f)      Sections 5(2), 6, 10–12, 13(2), 15, 16, 17(2), 18–22, 23(2), 24–29, 30(2), 31–34, 36–38,
40–45, 47, 48, 49(2), 50, 51, 53(2), 54, 55, 57–59, 61–63, 65(2), 67, 72, 74, 75 and 99 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 were repealed by section 25 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before a date was fixed for their commencement.

Section 7 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 was repealed by section 49 of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989 before a date was fixed for the commencement.

(g)     The Navigation Amendment Act 1980 was amended by sections 224–228 only of the Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981, subsections 2(1), (5), (6) and (7) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Parts I, IV, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XV, XVII (other than sections 220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228 and 230), XX, XXI, XXII and XXIII shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

                 (5)   Section 225 shall come into operation on the day on which subsection 5(2) of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 comes into operation.

                 (6)   Sections 226, 227 and 230 shall come into operation on the day on which section 18 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 comes into operation.

                 (7)   Section 228 shall come into operation on the day on which sections 61 and 62 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 come into operation.

         In pursuance of subsections 2(5), (6) and (7) sections 5(2), 18, 23(2), 61 and 62 were repealed by section 25 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before a date was fixed for their commencement.

(h)     The Navigation Amendment Act 1980 was amended by Part VII (sections 23 and 24) only of the Migration (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1983, subsection 2(2) of which provides as follows:

                 (2)   Part VII shall come into operation on the day on which section 22 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 comes into operation or on the day on which the Migration Amendment Act 1983 comes into operation, whichever is the later.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(2) section 22 was repealed by section 25 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before a date was fixed for its commencement.

(i)      The Navigation Amendment Act 1980 was amended by Part 12 (sections 48 and 49) only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(j)      Subsections 3(1)(a), 19(1), 22(1)(c), 24(1), 26(1), 27(1), Schedule 1 and Schedule 3 (items 47A(3), (4), (8), 54(1), (3), 60, 61(2), 62(3), 62A(4A), (7), 66(2), 67(1), (2), 68, 75(2B), 76(2), 173(1A), 209(2) and 251(2)) of the Navigation Amendment Act 1981 were repealed by section 27 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before a date was fixed for their commencement.

(k)     The provisions marked (k) in the Table of Acts relate to the operation of amendments. For details of these provisions see the Navigation Amendment Act 1981 (No. 10, 1981).

(l)      The Navigation Amendment Act 1981 was amended by sections 229 and 230 only of the Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981, subsections 2(1) and (6) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Parts I, IV, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XV, XVII (other than sections 220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228 and 230), XX, XXI, XXII and XXIII shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

                 (6)   Sections 226, 227 and 230 shall come into operation on the day on which section 18 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980 comes into operation.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(6) section 18 was repealed by section 25 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before a date was fixed for its commencement.

(m)    Subsection 2(2) of the Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1981 provides as follows:

                 (2)   Sections 3, 4, 5 and 7 shall come into operation on a date to be fixed by Proclamation for the purposes of this subsection, being a date not earlier than the date on which the amendments to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil, 1954 concerning tank arrangements and limitation of tank size that were adopted on 15 October 1971 by the Assembly of the Inter‑Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization come into force.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(2) sections 3–5 and 7 were repealed by sections 12 and 13 of the Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983 before a date was fixed for their commencement.

(n)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 115 only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1981, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(o)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 219–223 only of the Commonwealth Functions (Statutes Review) Act 1981, subsections 2(1) and (10) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Parts I, IV, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XV, XVII (other than sections 220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228 and 230), XX, XXI, XXII and XXIII shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

               (10)   The remaining provisions of this Act shall come into operation on such respective dates as are fixed by Proclamation.

(p)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 166–187 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No. 2) 1982, subsections 2(1), (10) and (16) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Sections 1, 2, 166 and 195 and Parts III, VI, VII, XVI, XXXVI, XLIV, LI, LIII, LIV, LXI and LXXVII shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

               (10)   Section 178 shall come into operation on a date to be fixed by Proclamation, being a date not earlier than the date on which the Protocol amending the International Convention relating to the limitation of the liability of owners of sea‑going ships signed at Brussels on 10 October 1957 enters into force for Australia.

               (16)   The remaining provisions of this Act shall come into operation on the twenty‑eighth day after the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

(q)     The Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No. 2) 1982 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983, subsection 2(21) of which provides as follows:

               (21)   The amendments of the Statue Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No. 2) 1982 made by this Act shall be deemed to have come into operation on 20 October 1982.

(r)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1983, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the twenty‑eighth day after the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(s)     The Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1983, subsection 2(10) of which provides as follows:

               (10)   The amendment of the Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983 made by this Act shall come into operation, or be deemed to have come into operation, as the case requires, on the commencement of section 7 of that Act.

In pursuance of subsection 2(10) the date of commencement was 14 January 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S8).

(t)      The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Part VI (sections 21 and 22) only of the Migration (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1983, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to subsection (2), this Act shall come into operation on the day on which the Migration Amendment Act 1983 comes into operation.

(u)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1984, subsections 2(1) and (16) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the twenty‑eighth day after the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

               (16)   The amendments of paragraphs 283D(1)(a) and 283E(1)(a) and subsection 283J(1) of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Act shall come into operation, or be deemed to have come into operation, as the case requires, on the commencement of section 76 of the Navigation Amendment Act 1980.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(16) the date of commencement was 1 February 1983 (see Gazette 1983, No. G3, p. 220).

(v)     The Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1984 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1984, subsection 2(25) of which provides as follows:

               (25)   The amendment of the Schedule to the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1984 made by this Act shall be deemed to have come into operation on 23 July 1984.

(w)    The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1985, subsections 2(1), (31) and (32) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the twenty‑eighth day after the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

               (31)   The amendments of section 6 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Act shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by Proclamation.

               (32)   The amendments of subsections 267(2) and 267A(1) of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Act shall come into operation, or be deemed to have come into operation, as the case requires, immediately after the commencement of section 6 of the Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(1) the date of commencement was 3 July 1985.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(31) the date of commencement was 17 March 1986 (see Gazette 1986, No. S114).

         In pursuance of subsection 2(32) the date of commencement was 14 January 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S8).

(x)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2) 1985, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(y)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 1) 1986, subsections 2(1) and (16) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

               (16)   Section 5 of this Act and the amendments of sections 46, 148D and 424, and the repeal of sections 86, 87, 100, 105 to 107 (inclusive), 111, 112, 114, 115, 179, 181, 387B and 398, of the Navigation Act 1912 effected by this Act shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by Proclamation.

         In pursuance of subsection 2(16) the date of commencement was 1 September 1986 (see Gazette 1986, No. S435).

(z)     The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 3–15 only of the Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 1986, subsections 2(1)–(4) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Sections 1, 2, 3, 13, 16, 30, 31 and 32 and Part V shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

                 (2)   Sections 5, 6 and 7, subsections 12(1), 15(1) and 17(1), sections 18 and 19 and subsections 20(1), 29(1) and 33(1) shall come into operation on the day on which Part II of the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 comes into operation.

                 (3)   Sections 8, 9 and 10, subsections 12(2), 15(2), 17(2) and 20(2), sections 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 and subsections 29(2), 33(2) and 34(1) and (2) shall come into operation on the day on which Part III of the Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1983 comes into operation.

                 (4)   The remaining provisions of this Act shall come into operation on such respective days as are fixed by Proclamation.

         Section 394 of the Navigation Act 1912 was repealed by section 7 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988 before the commencement of the amendments made by subsection 12(3).

         Section 424B of the Navigation Act 1912 was repealed by section 5 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1989 before the commencement of the amendments made by section 14.

(za)   The Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 1986 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1987, subsection 2(26) of which provides as follows:

               (26)   The amendments of paragraph 20(2)(b) of, and Schedules 1, 2 and 8 to, the Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 1986 made by this Act shall respectively come into operation or be deemed to have come into operation, as the case requires, on the commencement of subsection 20(2), subsection 15(1), subsection 15(2) and section 40 of the first‑mentioned Act.

         The date fixed in pursuance of subsection 2(26) on the commencement of subsections 15(1) and (2) was 14 January 1988 (see Gazette 1988, No. S8).

(zaa) Subsection 2(1) (items 37 and 38) of the Statute Law Revision Act 2007 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

37.  Schedule 2, item 12

Immediately after the commencement of section 7 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1988.

1 May 1989

38.  Schedule 2, item 13

Immediately after the commencement of section 5 of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1989.

16 March 1989

(zb)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by section 3 only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1987, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zc)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by the ANL (Conversion into Public Company) Act 1988, subsection 2(2) of which provides as follows:

                 (2)   Subsection 7(1) commences on the day immediately after the day on which subsection 39(3) of the Principal Act as amended by this Act is complied with.

         The date on which the Australian Shipping Commission certified that the requirements of subsection 39(3) had been complied with was 9 June 1989.

(zd)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 3–5 and 8 only of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1989, subsections 2(1) and (4) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

                 (4)   The amendment of the Navigation Act 1912 set out in Schedule 2 commences at the commencement of section 11 of the Protection of the Sea Legislation Amendment Act 1986.

         Section 11 commenced on 10 January 1995.

(ze)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 38–47 only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989, subsections 2(1) and (4)–(6) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

                 (4)   Subject to subsections (5) and (6), the following amendments of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Act commence on a day or days to be fixed by Proclamation:

                              (a)   the amendments of sections 138, 138B and 424;

                              (b)   the repeal of Part IX.

                 (5)   If an amendment referred to in paragraph (4)(a) does not commence under subsection (4) within the period of 6 months beginning on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent, it commences on the first day after the end of that period.

                 (6)   If the commencement of the amendment referred to in paragraph (4)(b) is not fixed by Proclamation published in the Gazette within the period of 6 months beginning on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent, the amendment is repealed on the first day after the end of that period.

         The date fixed in pursuance of subsection 2(4)(a) was 1 June 1990 (see Gazette 1990, No. S131).

(zea) Section 38 of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1991 provides as follows:

Commencement of repeal of Part IX

                  38   Subsection 45(1) of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1989 is taken to have commenced on 3 September 1990.

(zf)    The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Part 8 (sections 31–33) only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1990, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zg)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by sections 31–37 and 56 only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1991, subsections 2(1), (7) and (10)–(12) of which provide as follows:

(1)  Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(7)  Sections 36 and 37 are taken to have commenced on 1 May 1989.

(10)   The amendment of section 221 of the Navigation Act 1912 in the Schedule is taken to have commenced on 18 December 1987.

(11)   The amendments of sections 405N and 405P of the Navigation Act 1912 in the Schedule are taken to have commenced on 1 January 1991.

(12)   The amendment of section 425 of the Navigation Act 1912 in the Schedule is taken to have commenced on 3 September 1990.

(zh)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Part 7 (sections 24 and 25) only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1992, subsection 2(4) of which provides as follows:

                 (4)   Part 7 is taken to have commenced immediately after the commencement of Part 5 of the Industrial Relations Legislation Amendment Act (No. 3) 1991.

         Part 5 commenced on 8 April 1992 (see Gazette 1992, No. S92).

(zi)    The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by the Schedule (items 52–67) only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 1993, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to subsections (2) to (10) (inclusive), this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zj)    The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by subsection 3(1) only of the Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1994, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zk)   The Transport and Communications Legislation Amendment Act 1994 was amended by Schedule 3 (item 124) only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1996, subsection 2(3) of which provides as follows:

                 (3)   Each item in Schedule 3 is taken to have commenced when the Act containing the provision amended by the item received the Royal Assent.

(zl)    The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Schedule 1 (Part H [items 1–58]) and Schedule 4 only of the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1995, subsections 2(1) and (6)–(8) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

                 (6)   Items 4 and 28 to 36 of Part H of Schedule 1 commence on a day or days to be fixed by Proclamation, not earlier than the day on which the instrument of acceptance of the Protocol of 1988 relating to the International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, is lodged by Australia with the Secretary‑General of the International Maritime Organization.

                 (7)   Items 5 to 12 and 14 to 27 of Part H of Schedule 1 commence on a day or days to be fixed by Proclamation, not earlier than the day on which the instrument of acceptance of the Protocol of 1988 relating to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, is lodged by Australia with the Secretary‑General of the International Maritime Organization.

                 (8)   Subject to subsection (10), items 37 to 54 and 58 of Part H of Schedule 1 commence on a day to be fixed by Proclamation.

(zm)  The Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1995 was amended by Schedule 3 (item 126) only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1996, subsection 2(3) of which provides as follows:

                 (3)   Each item in Schedule 3 is taken to have commenced when the Act containing the provision amended by the item received the Royal Assent.

(zma)       Subsection 2(1) (item 41) of the Statute Law Revision Act 2007 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

41.  Schedule 2, item 16

Immediately after the time specified in the Transport Legislation Amendment Act 1995 for the commencement of item 50 of Part H of Schedule 1 to that Act.

9 June 1997

(zn)   The ANL Sale Act 1995 was repealed by section 79 of that Act before coming into operation.

(zo)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Schedule 4 (items 111 and 112) only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1996, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zp)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Schedule 19 (item 33) only of the Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment Act 1996, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

(zq)   The Navigation Act 1912 was amended by Schedule 1 (item 122) only of the Financial Sector Reform (Consequential Amendments) Act 1998, subsection 2(2) of which provides as follows:

                 (2)   Subject to subsections (3) to (14), Schedules 1, 2 and 3 commence on the commencement of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority Act 1998.

(zr)    Subsection 2(1) (items 62 and 63) of the Statute Law Revision Act 2002 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, on the day or at the time specified in column 2 of the table.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

62.  Schedule 2, item 33

Immediately after the time specified in the Transport and Regional Services Legislation Amendment (Application of Criminal Code) Act 2001 for the commencement of item 28 of Schedule 2 to that Act

2 October 2001

63.  Schedule 2, item 34

Immediately after the time specified in the Transport and Regional Services Legislation Amendment (Application of Criminal Code) Act 2001 for the commencement of item 44 of Schedule 2 to that Act

2 October 2001

(zs)   Subsection 2(1) (item 2) of the Transport Safety Investigation (Consequential Amendments) Act 2003 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, on the day or at the time specified in column 2 of the table.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

2.  Schedule 1

Immediately after the commencement of section 3 of the Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003

1 July 2003

(zt)    Subsection 2(1) (item 2) of the Maritime Legislation Amendment (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 2003 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, on the day or at the time specified in column 2 of the table.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

2.  Schedule 1, items 1 to 22

Immediately after the commencement of Division 12C of Part IV of the Navigation Act 1912

27 May 2004 (see Gazette 2004, No. GN17)

(zu)   Subsection 2(1) (items 25 and 26) of the Statute Law Revision Act 2008 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

25.  Schedule 1, item 35

Immediately after the commencement of section 62 of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990.

1 January 1991

26.  Schedule 1, item 36

Immediately after the commencement of section 6 of the Navigation (Protection of the Sea) Amendment Act 1983.

14 January 1988

(zv)   Subsection 2(1) (item 36) of the Fair Work (State Referral and Consequential and Other Amendments) Act 2009 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

36.  Schedule 13

Immediately after the commencement of Part 2‑4 of the Fair Work Act 2009.

1 July 2009

(zw)  Subsection 2(1) (item 11) of the Personal Property Securities (Corporations and Other Amendments) Act 2010 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

11.  Schedule 3, item 5

Immediately after the commencement of item 6 of Schedule 3 to the Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Act 2009.

[see Note 3]


Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted     am. = amended     rep. = repealed     rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Part I

 

S. 1....................................

am. No. 32, 1919; No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

S. 1A..................................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 2....................................

am. No. 32, 1919; No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 173, 1991

S. 2A..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 216, 1973

 

rs. No. 87, 1980

S. 3....................................

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 5....................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 80, 1950; No. 109, 1952; No. 46, 1956

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 1, 1965; No. 60, 1967; No. 62, 1968; Nos. 1 and 117, 1970

 

rep. No. 216, 1973

 

ad. No. 143, 2001

S. 6....................................

am. No. 32, 1919; No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934; No. 80, 1950; No. 109, 1952; No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 1, 1965; No. 60, 1967; No. 117, 1970; No. 216, 1973; Nos. 98 and 155, 1979; Nos. 70 and 87, 1980; Nos. 10 and 74, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 65, 1985; No. 76, 1986; No. 141, 1987; Nos. 57 and 127, 1988; No. 78, 1990; Nos. 163 and 173, 1991; No. 5, 1994; No. 95, 1995; No. 48, 1998; No. 118, 1999; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006; No. 24, 2007; No. 144, 2008; Nos. 46 and 167, 2011

S. 6A..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 6B..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 6C..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 95, 1995

S. 6D..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979

S. 6E..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 6F..................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

 

ad. No. 24, 2007

S. 7....................................

am. No. 32, 1919; No. 1, 1921; No. 30, 1935; No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

Note to s. 7(1)...................

ad. No. 144, 2008

S. 7A..................................

ad. No. 10, 1981

S. 8....................................

rep. No. 49, 1934

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rs. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 76, 1986; No. 24, 2006

S. 8A..................................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 24, 2006

S. 8AA................................

ad. No. 23, 1990

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 24, 2006

S. 8AB................................

ad. No. 173, 1991

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 8AC...............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

S. 8B..................................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

S. 9....................................

rs. No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958; No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

Part II

 

List of Div. headings to ..
Part II

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952
rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 1

 

S. 9A .................................

ad. No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 8, 2010

S. 10 .................................

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 10, 1981

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 11 .................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 12..................................

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 2

 

Heading to Div. 2 of Part II.............................

am. No. 57, 1988

Div. 2 of Part II .................

rs. No. 1, 1965

S. 13..................................

rs. No. 1, 1965; No. 57, 1988

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 13A ...............................

ad. No. 1, 1965

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 2A

 

Div. 2A of Part II ...............

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 14..................................

rs. No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961)

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

Division 3

 

Div. 3 of Part II .................

rs. No. 98, 1979

S. 14A................................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961)

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

Heading to s. 15...............

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 15..................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991; No. 5, 1994; No. 24, 2006; No. 73, 2008

S. 16..................................

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 17..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 18..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Ss. 18A, 18B......................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 19..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 20..................................

am. No. 80, 1950; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 21..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 22..................................

am. No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 23..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 24..................................

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 25..................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 26..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 27..................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 4

 

Div. 4 of Part II .................

rs. No. 36, 1958

S. 28..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 28A................................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 29..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 30..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 31..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 32..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 39, 1983; No. 57, 1988

S. 33..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

Div. 5 of Part II .................

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 34..................................

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 35..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 28, 1972; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 36..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 37..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 38..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Div. 6 of Part II .................

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 39..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952; No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 1, 1965)

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 39A................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 39B................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

Ss. 39C, 39D.....................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 40
Renumbered s. 41........


No. 1, 1921

S. 40..................................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 40A................................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 109, 1952; No. 96, 1961; No. 28, 1972; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 40B................................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 41..................................

rep. No. 1, 1921

S. 41..................................
formerly s. 40

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979
rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 42..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

Division 7

 

Heading to Div. 7 of Part II.............................

rs. No. 98, 1979

S. 43..................................

rs. No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 44..................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 45..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

Div. 7A of Part II ...............

ad. No. 109, 1952
rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 45A................................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 45B................................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 46, 1956; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1988

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 45C................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 8

 

Heading to Div. 8 of Part II.............................

rs. No. 57, 1988

S. 46..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 62, 1968; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 76, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

S. 46A................................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 47..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

 

am. No. 6, 1989; No. 23, 1990; No. 11, 1991

S. 47A................................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 48..................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

S. 48A................................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 48B................................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 49..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 84, 1983

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 50..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 51..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 52..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 74, 1981

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

S. 53..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 54..................................

am. No. 109, 1952; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

S. 55..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 57, 1988

S. 56..................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 57..................................

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 58..................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 59..................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988

S. 59A................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. Nos. 34 and 57, 1988

S. 59B................................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 151, 1989

 

am. No. 149, 2001

S. 60..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 60A................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 9

 

S. 61..................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 62..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 216, 1973

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 62A................................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 63..................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 64..................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 65..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 66..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 67..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 68..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 57, 1988

 

am. No. 143, 2001

Division 10

 

S. 69..................................

rep. No. 1, 1965

S. 70..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 163, 1986; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 144, 2008

S. 71..................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 72..................................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 73..................................

am. No. 109, 1952

S. 74..................................

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 75..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 75A................................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 96, 1961

S. 76..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

S. 77..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 129, 1989; No. 95, 1995

S. 78..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 79..................................

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 80..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 81..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 82..................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 95, 1995

Ss. 83, 84..........................

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 85..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 73, 2008

S. 86..................................

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 87..................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 88..................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 89..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 90..................................

rep. No. 96, 1961

S. 91..................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 87, 1980; Nos. 34 and 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 92..................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

Ss. 93, 94..........................

am. No. 95, 1995

Div. 11 of Part II ...............

rep. No. 36, 1958

Ss. 95–98..........................

rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 12

 

S. 99..................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

 

rs. No. 143, 2001

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 100................................

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 101................................

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 102................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 103................................

rep. No. 109, 1952

S. 104................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 105................................

rs. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 106................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 106A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 107................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 108................................

rep. No. 1, 1965

S. 109................................

rep. No. 109, 1952

Heading to s. 110.............

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 110................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 111................................

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 112................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 113................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988

S. 114................................

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 115................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

Division 13

 

S. 116................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 117................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

 

rs. No. 220, 1992

S. 117A..............................

ad. No. 220, 1992

S. 118................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 220, 1992

S. 119................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 10, 1981

S. 120................................

am. No. 80, 1950; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 121................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 1, 1965)

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 122................................

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 122A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 14

 

S. 123................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 124................................

am. No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 39, 1983; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 125................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 126................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990

S. 127................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 233, 1992; No. 95, 1995

Note to s. 127(1)...............

ad. No. 144, 2008

S. 128................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988

Ss. 129–131......................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 132................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 233, 1992; No. 64, 1994; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 132A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 132B..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 133................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 134................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 220, 1992

Division 15

 

Div. 15 of Part II ...............

rs. No. 109, 1952

S. 135................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 46, 1956

 

rs. No. 87, 1988

 

am. No. 60, 1996; SLI 2006 No. 50

S. 136................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 23, 1990; Nos. 7 and 71, 1992

S. 137................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990

S. 138................................

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1988

 

rs. No. 23, 1990

 

am. No. 60, 1996; No. 105, 2002; SLI 2006 No. 50; No. 109, 2006

S. 138A..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 138B..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 23, 1990

Division 16

 

S. 139................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 5, 1994; No. 95, 1995

S. 140................................

am. No. 57, 1988

S. 141................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

Ss. 142, 143......................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 144................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 145................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

S. 146................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 147................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 216, 1973 (as am. by No. 20, 1974); No. 10, 1981

S. 148................................

am. No. 57, 1988

S. 148A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 148B..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; Nos. 10 and 74, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 148C..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; Nos. 10 and 74, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 148D..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 76, 1986; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 8, 2005

Division 17

 

S. 149................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 150................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 151................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 152................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 153................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 154................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 155................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 155A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 156................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 163, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 144, 2008

S. 157................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 144, 2008

S. 158................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979; No. 163, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 144, 2008

S. 158A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 159................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 8, 2005

S. 160................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

 

rs. No. 137, 2000

Division 18

 

S. 161................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 163, 1986; No. 95, 1995; No. 144, 2008

S. 162................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

Division 19

 

Div. 19 of Part II ...............

rs. No. 36, 1958

S. 163................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 163A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

Division 20

 

S. 164................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 165................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 173, 1991

S. 166................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 167................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 168................................

am. No. 96, 1953; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 169................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

Division 21

 

S. 170................................

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 171................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961); No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 24, 2006

S. 172................................

rs. No. 1, 1965

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 172A..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

S. 173................................

am. No. 109, 1952

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 5, 1994

S. 174................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 175................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 80, 1982

Div. 22 of Part II ...............

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 176................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Part III

 

S. 177................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

S. 178................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 179................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 180................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 181................................

am. No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 182................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 183................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

Ss. 184, 185......................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 186................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 10, 1981

Part IIIA

 

Part IIIA .............................

ad. No. 5, 1994

Division 1

 

Heading to Div. 1.............

ad. No. 24, 2006

Ss. 186A, 186B..................

ad. No. 5, 1994

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 186C..............................

ad. No. 5, 1994

S. 186D..............................

ad. No. 5, 1994

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 186E..............................

ad. No. 5, 1994

 

rs. No. 143, 2001

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 186F..............................

ad. No. 5, 1994

Division 2

 

Div. 2 of Part IIIA...............

ad. No. 24, 2006

S. 186G.............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 186H..............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

Heading to s. 186I............

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 186I...............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 24, 2007

Heading to s. 186J...........

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 186J..............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 24, 2007

Heading to s. 186K..........

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 186K..............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 186L..............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

Part IV

 

List of Div. headings to...
Part IV

rs. No. 1, 1921
am. No. 49, 1934; No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 1

 

S. 187................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 24, 2006

S. 187AA............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 187A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 62, 1968; No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; Nos. 39 and 40, 1983; No. 72, 1984; No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 187B..............................

ad. No. 60, 1967

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 187BA............................

ad. No. 80, 1982

 

rs. No. 39, 1983; No. 141, 1987

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 187C..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982

S. 187D..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 187E..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 188................................

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

S. 190................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 190AA............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

Heading to s. 190AB........

ad. No. 73, 2008

S. 190AB............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

S. 190A..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991; No. 143, 2001

S. 190B..............................

ad. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 191................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 24, 2006

S. 191A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 40, 1983; No. 72, 1984; No. 78, 1990

S. 191AA............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 191B..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961

 

rep. No. 60, 1967

 

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 173, 1991; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 192................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

rep. No. 6, 1989

S. 192A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 192B..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

S. 192C..............................

ad. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

Division 2

 

Heading to Div. 2 of Part IV............................

rs. No. 96, 1953

S. 193................................

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 96, 1961; No. 1, 1965

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988

S. 194................................

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 195................................

am. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 195A..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 196................................

am. No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 60, 1967; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 197................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 60, 1967

S. 197A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

S. 198................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 1, 1965

 

rep. No. 60, 1967

S. 198A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

S. 199................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 200................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934; No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 60, 1967

S. 201................................

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 96, 1961

S. 201A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 49, 1934

S. 202................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

S. 203................................

am. No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 204................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934; No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 204A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 80, 1950; No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 205................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 206................................

rs. No. 1, 1921; No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

S. 206A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

Division 2A

 

Div. 2A of Part IV .............

ad. No. 49, 1934

S. 206B..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

Division 2B

 

Div. 2B of Part IV .............

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

S. 206C..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 72, 1984; No. 95, 1995

S. 206D..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 24, 2006

S. 206E..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 206F..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

Heading to s. 206G..........

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 206G.............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 206GA...........................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 206H..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

Ss. 206J, 206K..................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 206L..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 206M.............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 206N..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 206P..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

 

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 206PA............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 206Q.............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 1, 1965; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

 

rs. No. 95, 1995

Division 2C

 

Div. 2C of Part IV .............

ad. No. 60, 1967

S. 206R..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 1, 1965; No. 60, 1967

S. 206S..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 206T..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 173, 1991; No. 95, 1995

S. 206U..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 206V..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

Heading to s. 206W.........

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 206W.............................

ad. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 206X..............................

ad. No. 60, 1967

Division 3

 

Heading to Div. 3 of Part IV............................

am. No. 132, 1986

S. 207................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 60, 1967; No. 216, 1973 (as am. by No. 20, 1974); No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 207A..............................

ad. No. 132, 1986

S. 208................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001 (as am. by No. 63, 2002)

S. 209................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 132, 1986; No. 95, 1995

S. 210................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 96, 1953; No. 62, 1968; No. 98, 1979; No. 132, 1986

 

rs. No. 6, 1989

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 211................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953; No. 132, 1986; No. 6, 1989; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 212................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 213................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 132, 1986; No. 78, 1990

S. 214................................

am. No. 78, 1990

Division 4

 

Heading to Div. 4 of Part IV............................

am. No. 1, 1921

S. 215................................

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 216................................

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 80, 1950

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

S. 216A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 78, 1990

S. 217................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 193, 1985

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 217A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 49, 1934

Division 5

 

Div. 5 of Part IV ................

rs. No. 62, 1968

S. 218................................

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995 (as am. by No. 43, 1996)

S. 218A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 219................................

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 219A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 80, 1950; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 219B..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 219C..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 220................................

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 80, 1982

S. 220A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 221................................

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 221A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 222................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 222A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 223................................

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 223A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 1, 1965

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 224................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

 

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 224A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

Heading to s. 225.............

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 225................................

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 225A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 226................................

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 226A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 1, 1965

 

am. No. 60, 1967

 

rep. No. 62, 1968

S. 227................................

rs. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 227A..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 227B..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

Note to s. 227B ................

ad. No. 143, 2001

S. 227C..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 227D..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 227E..............................

ad. No. 62, 1968

 

am. No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

Division 6

 

S. 228................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 229................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 141, 1987

S. 230................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 72, 1984; No. 34, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

Division 6A

 

Heading to Div. 6A of .....
Part IV

ad. No. 1, 1921

Div. 6A of Part IV .............

rs. No. 96, 1953

S. 231................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 30, 1935

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 231A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988

S. 231B..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 231C..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988

S. 231D..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 231E..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982

S. 231F..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979

Division 7

 

Div. 7 of Part IV ................

rs. No. 36, 1958

S. 232................................

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 80, 1950

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 233................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988

S. 234................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 80, 1982

Division 8

 

Heading to Div. 8 of Part IV............................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

S. 235................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934; No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 236................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

Division 9

 

Div. 9 of Part IV ................

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 237................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 237A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

S. 238................................

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 239................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 240................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 241................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 242................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

S. 243................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

Ss. 244, 245......................

rep. No. 1, 1965

S. 246................................

rep. No. 1, 1921

S. 247................................

rep. No. 1, 1965

Division 10

 

Heading to Div. 10 of ......
Part IV

rs. No. 96, 1953

S. 248................................

rs. No. 80, 1982

S. 249................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 250................................

am. No. 167, 1986

S. 251................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 252................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 34, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 253................................

rs. No. 1, 1965

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 253A..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

am. No. 96, 1953; No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

S. 254................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

S. 255................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 256................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 80, 1982

Heading to s. 257 ............

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 257................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966

 

rs. No. 60, 1967

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 24, 2006

S. 257A..............................

ad. No. 96, 1953

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 11

 

Heading to Div. 11 ..........
of Part IV

am. No. 1, 1921
rs. No. 96, 1961

S. 258................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 72, 1984; No. 141, 1987; Nos. 23 and 78, 1990; No. 28, 2005

S. 258AA............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 258A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 28, 2005

S. 258B..............................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 96, 1953

S. 259................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

S. 260................................

am. No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

S. 261................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

Heading to s. 261A .........

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 261A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 24, 2006

S. 262................................

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 263................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 118, 1999

S. 264................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 118, 1999; No. 143, 2001; No. 28, 2005

S. 265................................

rs. No. 1, 1921; No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001 (as am. by No. 63, 2002); No. 28, 2005

S. 265A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 87, 1980

Division 12

 

Div. 12 of Part IV ..............

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 40, 1983

S. 266................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 138, 2006

S. 267................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 65, 1985; No. 167, 1986; No. 138, 2006; No. 24, 2007

S. 267A..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 65, 1985; No. 78, 1990

 

rs. No. 138, 2006

 

am. No. 24, 2007; No. 94, 2008

S. 267B..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 8, 2010

S. 267C..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 267D..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

S. 267E..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 267F..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

S. 267G.............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988

S. 267H..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986

S. 267J..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986 (as am. by No. 141, 1987); No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 73, 2008

S. 267K..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 267L..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 12A

 

Div. 12A of Part IV............

ad. No. 40, 1983

S. 267M.............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

S. 267N..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 138, 2006

S. 267P..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 78, 1990

 

rs. No. 138, 2006

S. 267Q.............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 8, 2010

S. 267R..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 267S..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991; No. 143, 2001

S. 267T..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 267U..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

S. 267V..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983 (as am. by No. 91, 1983)

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 138, 2006

S. 267W.............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986

S. 267X..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986 (as am. by No. 141, 1987); No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 267Y..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

am. No. 167, 1986; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 267Z..............................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

Division 12B

 

Div. 12B of Part IV ...........

ad. No. 167, 1986

Ss. 267ZA, 267ZB.............

ad. No. 167, 1986

S. 267ZC...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 109, 2006

Division 12C

 

Div. 12C of Part IV ...........

ad. No. 167, 1986

Ss. 267ZD, 267ZE.............

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZF............................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

rs. No. 47, 2003

Heading to s. 267ZG.......

am. No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZG...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 47, 2003

Heading to s. 267ZH........

am. No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZH...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZJ............................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001; No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZK............................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 267ZL............................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

rs. No. 47, 2003

S. 267ZM...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 57, 1988

Ss. 267ZN, 267ZP.............

ad. No. 167, 1986

S. 267ZQ...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001; No. 47, 2003; No. 24, 2006

S. 267ZR...........................

ad. No. 167, 1986

 

rep. No. 57, 1989

S. 267ZS............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

Division 12D

 

Div. 12D of Part IV............

ad. No. 24, 2007

Ss. 267ZT–267ZZ.............

ad. No. 24, 2007

Ss. 267ZZA–267ZZF........

ad. No. 24, 2007

Division 12E

 

Div. 12E of Part IV ...........

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision A

 

S. 267ZZG.........................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision B

 

Ss. 267ZZH–267ZZJ........

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision C

 

Ss. 267ZZK–267ZZM........

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision D

 

S. 267ZZN.........................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Division 13

 

Heading to Div. 13 of ......
Part IV

am. No. 1, 1921

S. 268................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 269................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 269A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 49, 1934; No. 96, 1953; No. 93, 1966; No. 60, 1967; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 136, 1983; No. 72, 1984; No. 78, 1990; No. 167, 1992; No. 95, 1995

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

Division 14

 

Div. 14 of Part IV ..............

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 269B..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

Ss. 269C, 269D.................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 269E..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 78, 1990

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

 

ad. No. 167, 2011

Ss. 269F, 269G.................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 269H..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 269J..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 269K..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 269L..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

S. 269M.............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 78, 1990

S. 269N..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

Note to s. 269N ................

ad. No. 143, 2001

 

rep. No. 24, 2006

Part V

 

S. 270................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 96, 1953; No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

S. 271................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961)

 

rep. No. 96, 1961

S. 272................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 273................................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 274................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 275................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

 

rs. No. 143, 2001

S. 276................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 277................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 278................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 279................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 95, 1995

S. 280................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

S. 281................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

S. 282................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

Part VA

 

Part VA .............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 283................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 1, 1965

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 283A..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 283B..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

Part VB

 

Part VB .............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

S. 283C..............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

Ss. 283D, 283E.................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 72, 1984; No. 78, 1990

Ss. 283F, 283G.................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 283H..............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

S. 283J..............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 72, 1984

Heading to s. 283K..........

am. No. 17, 2006; No. 117, 2008

S. 283K..............................

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 17, 2006; No. 117, 2008

Part VI

 

S. 284................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

S. 285................................

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 286................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 8, 1926; No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 287................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 288................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 289................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 290................................

am. No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 291................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 292................................

rs. No. 46, 1956

 

am. No. 87, 1988; No. 60, 1996

 

rs. SLI 2006 No. 50; No. 54, 2009

S. 293................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 143, 2001

S. 293A..............................

ad. No. 8, 1925

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

Part VII

 

List of Div. headings to ..
Part VII

am. No. 1, 1921
rep. No. 36, 1958

Division 1

 

S. 294................................

am. No. 117, 1970; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 295................................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 295A..............................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995; No. 46, 2011

S. 295B..............................

ad. No. 80, 1982

 

am. No. 95, 1995; No. 46, 2011

Division 2

 

Subhead. to s. 296...........

rep. No. 87, 1980

Ss. 296, 297......................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 298................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 143, 2001

S. 299................................

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 300................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 91, 1976; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 301................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

Subhead. to s. 302...........

rep. No. 87, 1980

Ss. 302, 303......................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

S. 304................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 305................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

S. 306................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 307................................

am. No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

Subhead. to s. 308...........

rep. No. 87, 1980

S. 309................................

am. No. 95, 1995; No. 8, 2005

S. 310................................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 311................................

am. No. 95, 1995

Subhead. to s. 312...........

rep. No. 87, 1980

S. 312................................

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988

S. 313................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 143, 2001

S. 314................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rs. No. 143, 2001

S. 314A..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

Division 3

 

S. 315................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 316................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 95, 1995

S. 317................................

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 317A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

Div. 4 of Part VII................

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 318................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 319................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 320................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 321................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 43, 1996

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 322................................

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 323................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 324................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 325................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 326................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 327................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

Div. 5 of Part VII ...............

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 328................................

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

Div. 6 of Part VII ...............

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 329................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

Heading to Div. 7 ............
of Part VII

rep. No. 95, 1995

Div. 7 of Part VII ...............

ad. No. 36, 1958

S. 329A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 63, 1989

 

rep. No. 95, 1995

S. 329B..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 63, 1989; No. 5, 1994; No. 95, 1995 (as am. by No. 8, 2007)

S. 329C..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

Part VIIA ...........................

ad. No. 1, 1970
rs. No. 117, 1970

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

S. 329D..............................

ad. No. 1, 1970

 

rs. No. 117, 1970

 

am. No. 216, 1973 (as am. by No. 20, 1974); No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

Ss. 329E–329G.................

ad. No. 1, 1970

 

rs. No. 117, 1970

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

S. 329H..............................

ad. No. 1, 1970

 

rs. No. 117, 1970

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

Ss. 329J, 329K..................

ad. No. 1, 1970

 

rs. No. 117, 1970

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

S. 329L..............................

ad. No. 1, 1970

 

rs. No. 117, 1970

 

am. No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 36, 1981

Part VIII

 

Heading to Part VIII..........

am. No. 151, 1989

Part VIII .............................

rs. No. 98, 1979

Div. 1 of Part VIII ..............

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 330................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 331................................

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 332................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 333................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 334................................

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 335................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 28, 1972; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 336................................

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

S. 337................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

Division 2

 

S. 338................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995

Ss. 339–341......................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Ss. 342–348......................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 349................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 350................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 351................................

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Ss. 352–354......................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 355................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

Part IX ...............................

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 355A..............................

ad. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 356................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 6, 1989

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 357................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 358................................

rs. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 61, 1981

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 359................................

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 360................................

am. No. 1, 1943; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 361................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 362................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961

 

rs. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 363................................

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 364................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 1, 1943; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 365................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 366................................

am. No. 1, 1943; No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 367................................

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 368................................

rep. No. 1, 1921

S. 369................................

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 370................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 370A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 370B..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 371................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

S. 372................................

rs. No. 1, 1943

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 373................................

rs. No. 1, 1943

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 374................................

am. No. 1, 1943; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 375................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 375A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1943

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 375B..............................

ad. No. 1, 1943

 

rs. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 157, 1976; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 376................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 377................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 132, 1986

 

rep. No. 6, 1989

S. 377A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1943

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 23, 1990

Part IXA

 

Part IXA ............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

Ss. 377B, 377C.................

ad. No. 6, 1989

S. 377CA...........................

ad. No. 24, 2006

Ss. 377D–377G.................

ad. No. 6, 1989

Heading to s. 377H..........

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 377H..............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

 

am. No. 24, 2007

S. 377J..............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

S. 377JA............................

ad. No. 24, 2006

S. 377K..............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

S. 377L..............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

 

am. No. 64, 1994 (as am. by No. 43, 1996)

S. 377M.............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

Part X

 

Division 1

 

Heading to Div. 1 of Part X.............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

Subhead. before s. 378....

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 380................................

am. No. 87, 1980

Ss. 381, 382......................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 383................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

S. 384................................

am. No. 98, 1979

Division 2

 

Heading to Div. 2 of Part X.............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

S. 385................................

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 34, 1988

 

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 24, 2006

Subhead. before s. 386....

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 386................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 95, 1995; No. 137, 2000

Heading to s. 386A..........

rs. No. 95, 1995

S. 386A..............................

ad. No. 11, 1991

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 386B..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 386C..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 386D..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

Heading to s. 386E..........

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 386E..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 386F..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 386G.............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 143, 2001

S. 386H..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

S. 386J..............................

ad. No. 95, 1995

 

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 387................................

rs. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

 

rs. No. 137, 2000

S. 387A..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 387B..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 388................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 143, 2001

S. 389................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961)

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 143, 2001

S. 389A..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 5, 1994; No. 95, 1995; No. 137, 2000; No. 143, 2001

S. 390................................

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 391................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

Division 3

 

Heading to Div. 3 of Part X.............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

Subhead. before s. 392....

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 392................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 10, 1981

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 72, 1984; No. 141, 1987

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 393................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rs. No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 394................................

rs. No. 10, 1981

 

am. No. 40, 1983; No. 72, 1984; No. 167, 1986; No. 141, 1987

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 395................................

rep. No. 98, 1979

 

ad. No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 57, 1988

S. 395A..............................

ad. No. 167, 1986

S. 396................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; No. 34, 1988; No. 95, 1995

S. 397................................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 141, 1987; No. 57, 1988; No. 5, 1994; No. 24, 2006

S. 398................................

rep. No. 76, 1986

S. 399................................

am. No. 98, 1979

Division 3A

 

Div. 3A of Part X...............

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision A

 

S. 399A..............................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision B

 

Ss. 399B–399H.................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision C

 

Ss. 399J–399M.................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Subdivision D

 

S. 399N..............................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Ss. 399P–399R.................

ad. No. 167, 2011

Division 4

 

Heading to Div. 4 of Part X.............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

Subhead. before s. 400....

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 400................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980

S. 401................................

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 5, 1994; No. 95, 1995

S. 403................................

am. No. 109, 1952; No. 98, 1979; No. 95, 1995

S. 403A..............................

ad. No. 193, 1985

S. 404................................

am. No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995

Division 5

 

Div. 5 of Part X .................

ad. No. 36, 1958

S. 405A..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 87, 1980; No. 34, 1988

Part XA

 

Part XA .............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

S. 405B..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 141, 1987

S. 405C..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 405D..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 95, 1995

S. 405E..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982

Ss. 405F–405H.................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 78, 1990

S. 405J..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

S. 405K..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 10, 1981; No. 143, 2001

S. 405L..............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982

 

rep. No. 6, 1989

S. 405M.............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 78, 1990

Ss. 405N, 405P.................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

 

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 173, 1991

S. 405PA............................

ad. No. 80, 1982 (as am. by No. 39, 1983)

 

rep. No. 78, 1990

S. 405Q.............................

ad. No. 109, 1952

 

rep. No. 46, 1956

Part XI

 

S. 406................................

am. No. 216, 1973; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 10, 1981

S. 407................................

am. No. 60, 1967; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990; No. 8, 2005

S. 407A..............................

ad. No. 28, 1972

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

S. 407A (1), (2) and (4)

 

omitted by No. 98, 1979

 

S. 407A (3)

 

omitted by No. 10, 1981

S. 407B..............................

ad. No. 28, 1972

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 408................................

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 409................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 28, 1972; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 410................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 5, 1994

S. 410A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 24, 2006

Heading to s. 410B .........

am. No. 24, 2006

S. 410B..............................

ad. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 216, 1973; No. 87, 1980; No. 95, 1995; No. 24, 2006

S. 411................................

rep. No. 10, 1981

 

ad. No. 24, 2006

 

am. No. 168, 2011

S. 412................................

am. No. 87, 1980

 

rs. No. 78, 1990

S. 413................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001

S. 414................................

am. No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 24, 2006

S. 415................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 95, 1995; No. 143, 2001; No. 24, 2006

S. 416................................

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 417................................

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961)

 

am. No. 1, 1965; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 10, 1981; No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995

S. 418................................

rep. No. 36, 1958

S. 418A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 80, 1950; No. 36, 1958; No. 96, 1961; No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

S. 419................................

rs. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 98, 1979

S. 420................................

rs. No. 36, 1958 (as am. by No. 96, 1961); No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

S. 421................................

am. No. 80, 1950

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

 

ad. No. 96, 1961

 

am. No. 98, 1979; No. 78, 1990

 

rs. No. 64, 1994

 

am. No. 143, 2001

S. 422................................

am. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 64, 1994

S. 422A..............................

ad. No. 8, 1925

 

rep. No. 64, 1994

S. 423................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 87, 1980

 

rep. No. 64, 1994

S. 423A..............................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 28, 1972

 

ad. No. 87, 1980

 

am. No. 78, 1990

 

rep. No. 64, 1994

S. 423B..............................

ad. No. 10, 1981

 

am. No. 57, 1988; No. 78, 1990

 

rep. No. 64, 1994

S. 424................................

rs. No. 36, 1958

 

am. No. 96, 1961; No. 91, 1976; No. 98, 1979; No. 76, 1986; Nos. 23 and 78, 1990; No. 95, 1995; No. 43, 1996

S. 424AA............................

ad. No. 57, 1988

 

rep. No. 6, 1989

Ss. 424A, 424B..................

ad. No. 40, 1983

 

rep. No. 6, 1989

S. 425................................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 109, 1952; No. 96, 1953; No. 36, 1958; No. 93, 1966; No. 98, 1979; No. 87, 1980; Nos. 10 and 36, 1981; No. 80, 1982; No. 72, 1984 (as am. by No. 165, 1984); No. 193, 1985; No. 132, 1986; No. 57, 1988; Nos. 23 and 78, 1990; No. 173, 1991; No. 5, 1994; No. 19, 2003; Nos. 24 and 109, 2006; No. 168, 2011

Note to s. 425(1AA)..........

ad. No. 109, 2006

S. 426................................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 80, 1982; No. 72, 1984; No. 65, 1985; No. 99, 1988

 

rep. No. 78, 1990

S. 426A..............................

ad. No. 6, 1989

 

am. No. 78, 1990

Heading to s. 427 ............

rs. No. 24, 2006

S. 427................................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

am. No. 87, 1980; No. 141, 1987; No. 78, 1990; No. 24, 2006

Schedules

 

Schedule I ........................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 98, 1979

Renumbered .................
Schedule IA

No. 98, 1979

Schedule IA......................

rep. No. 98, 1979

Schedule II........................

am. No. 1, 1921; No. 36, 1958; No. 1, 1965; No. 98, 1979

Renumbered .................
Schedule IIA

No. 98, 1979

Schedule IIA.....................

rep. No. 98, 1979

Schedule III.......................

am. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 36, 1958

Schedule IV......................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

rep. No. 49, 1934

Schedule V.......................

ad. No. 1, 1921

 

am. No. 36, 1958

 

rep. No. 98, 1979

Schedule VI......................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 96, 1953; No. 60, 1967

Renumbered Schedule 1.....................

No. 98, 1979

Schedule 1........................

rs. No. 98, 1979

Schedules 2, 3..................

ad. No. 98, 1979

Schedule VII.....................

ad. No. 49, 1934

 

rs. No. 62, 1968

Renumbered Schedule 4.....................

No. 98, 1979

Schedule 4........................

am. No. 98, 1979

Schedule 5........................

ad. No. 98, 1979

Schedule 5A.....................

ad. No. 80, 1982

Schedule 6........................

ad. No. 98, 1979

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

Schedule 6A.....................

ad. No. 80, 1982

 

rep. No. 151, 1989

Schedule VIII....................

ad. No. 28, 1972

Renumbered Schedule 7.....................

No. 98, 1979

Schedule 7........................

rep. No. 10, 1981

Schedule 8........................

ad. No. 98, 1979

Schedule 9........................

ad. No. 95, 1995


Note 2

Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Act 2009
(No. 131, 2009)

The following amendments commence on 30 January 2012 (see section 306 of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 and F2011L02397):

Schedule 3

6  Subsection 6(1)

Insert:

PPSA security interest (short for Personal Property Securities Act security interest) means:

                     (a)  a security interest within the meaning of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 and to which that Act applies (other than a transitional security interest within the meaning of that Act); or

                     (b)  a transitional security interest within the meaning of that Act, and to which Division 4 of Part 9.4 of that Act applies.

Note 1:       The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to certain security interests in personal property. See the following provisions of that Act:

(a)    section 8 (interests to which the Act does not apply);

(b)    section 12 (meaning of security interest);

(c)    Chapter 9 (transitional provisions).

Note 2:       For the meaning of transitional security interest, see section 308 of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009. Division 4 of Part 9.4 of that Act applies to transitional security interests in situations including the bankruptcy or insolvency of a secured party, grantor or debtor.

7  Subsection 83(2)

Omit “shall have priority over all other liens.”, substitute:

                   has priority over:

                     (a)  all other liens; and

                     (b)  any PPSA security interest in the ship.

8  After subsection 83(2)

Insert:

          (2A)  Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to the lien for seamen’s wages.

Note 1:       The effect of subsection (2A) is that the priority between a lien for seamen’s wages and a PPSA security interest is to be determined in accordance with this Act rather than the Personal Property Securities Act 2009.

Note 2:       Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to liens for seamen’s wages that arise after the commencement of subsection (2A) of this section (which commences at the registration commencement time within the meaning of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009).

9  After subsection 128(2)

Insert:

          (2A)  A charge that arises under subsection (2) and that relates to expenses that are being recovered in the same court and manner as wages due to seamen has priority over a PPSA security interest in the ship.

          (2B)  Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to a charge covered by subsection (2A).

Note 1:       The effect of subsection (2B) is that the priority between a charge covered by subsection (2A) and a PPSA security interest is to be determined in accordance with this Act rather than the Personal Property Securities Act 2009.

Note 2:       Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to charges that are covered by subsection (2A) that arise after the commencement of subsection (2B) of this section (which commences at the registration commencement time within the meaning of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009).

10  After subsection 298(2)

Insert:

          (2A)  A charge that arises under subsection (2) has priority over any PPSA security interest in the ship.

          (2B)  Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to a charge that arises under subsection (2).

Note 1:       The effect of subsection (2B) is that the priority between a charge that arises under subsection (2) and a PPSA security interest is to be determined in accordance with this Act rather than the Personal Property Securities Act 2009.

Note 2:       Subsection 73(2) of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to charges that arise under subsection (2) that arise after the commencement of subsection (2B) of this section (which commences at the registration commencement time within the meaning of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009).

As at 27 December 2011 the amendments are not incorporated in this compilation.

Note 3

Personal Property Securities (Corporations and Other Amendments) Act 2010 (No. 96, 2010)

The following amendment commences immediately after 30 January 2012:

Schedule 3

5  Subsection 6(1) (definition of PPSA security interest)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

PPSA security interest (short for Personal Property Securities Act security interest) means a security interest within the meaning of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 and to which that Act applies, other than a transitional security interest within the meaning of that Act.

Note 1:       The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 applies to certain security interests in personal property. See the following provisions of that Act:

(a)    section 8 (interests to which the Act does not apply);

(b)    section 12 (meaning of security interest);

(c)    Chapter 9 (transitional provisions).

Note 2:       For the meaning of transitional security interest, see section 308 of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009.

Note:       This amendment replaces the definition inserted by item 6 of Schedule 3 to the Personal Property Securities (Consequential Amendments) Act 2009.

As at 27 December 2011 the amendment is not incorporated in this compilation.

Note 4

Navigation Amendment Act 2011 (No. 168, 2011)

The following amendments commence on proclamation or 6 months after the day on which the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, done at Geneva on 23 February 2006, comes into force for Australia:

Schedule 1

1  Subsection 6(1) (definition of agreement)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

agreement means:

                     (a)  in relation to a ship—the agreement between the owner of the ship, or a representative of the owner of the ship, and the crew of the ship; and

                     (b)  in relation to a seaman belonging to a ship—the agreement between the owner of the ship, or a representative of the owner of the ship, and the seaman.

2  Subsection 6(1)

Insert:

Maritime Labour Convention means the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, done at Geneva on 23 February 2006.

3  Subsection 6(1)

Insert:

Maritime Labour Convention ship means a ship that is of a kind to which the Maritime Labour Convention applies and is entitled to fly the flag of a country to which the Maritime Labour Convention applies.

4  Division 8 of Part II (heading)

Repeal the heading, substitute:

Division 8Engagement of seamen and masters etc.

Subdivision AEmployment agreements

45A  Employment agreements

             (1)  A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person is the master or owner of a ship; and

                     (b)  the master takes the ship to sea; and

                     (c)  a seaman is on board the ship; and

                     (d)  when the ship is taken to sea an employment agreement that complies with this section is not in force in relation to the seaman.

Penalty:  20 penalty units.

             (2)  A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person is the master or owner of a ship; and

                     (b)  the master takes the ship to sea; and

                     (c)  when the ship is taken to sea an employment agreement that complies with this section is not in force in relation to the master of the ship.

Penalty:  20 penalty units.

When an employment agreement complies with this section

             (3)  An employment agreement complies with this section if the employment agreement is in accordance with any regulations made for the purposes of subsection (4).

Regulations

             (4)  The regulations may prescribe matters relating to employment agreements including, but not limited to, the following:

                     (a)  the content and form of employment agreements;

                     (b)  the right of a seaman or master to review, and seek advice on, an employment agreement before signing it;

                     (c)  the process for signing employment agreements;

                     (d)  the information or documents that must be given to, or made available to, seamen and masters in relation to employment agreements and the manner in which such information or documents must be given or made available;

                     (e)  the termination of employment agreements.

Meaning of employment agreement etc.

             (5)  In this section:

agreement has its ordinary meaning, and, to avoid doubt, includes:

                     (a)  a contract of employment; and

                     (b)  articles of agreement; and

                     (c)  an enterprise agreement within the meaning of the Fair Work Act 2009.

employment agreement means any agreement, or combination of agreements, dealing with terms and conditions of employment.

Subdivision BArticles of agreement etc.

5  Section 46

Repeal the section, substitute:

46  Articles of agreement

             (1)  A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person is the master or owner of a ship; and

                     (b)  the master takes the ship to sea; and

                     (c)  a seaman is on board the ship; and

                     (d)  when the ship is taken to sea an agreement that complies with this section is not in force in relation to the seaman.

Penalty:  20 penalty units.

When an agreement complies with this section

             (2)  An agreement complies with this section if:

                     (a)  the agreement is in accordance with any regulations made under subsection (3); and

                     (b)  subsection (4) is satisfied in relation to the agreement.

Regulations

             (3)  The regulations may prescribe matters relating to the content or form of an agreement.

Signing

             (4)  An agreement must:

                     (a)  be signed first by the owner of the ship or the representative of the owner of the ship, and then by the seaman; and

                     (b)  be dated:

                              (i)  if the agreement is entered into when the seaman is first engaged—as at the time the agreement is signed by the owner of the ship or the representative of the owner of the ship; or

                             (ii)  in any other case—as at the time the agreement is signed by the seaman.

Additional provisions that may be included

             (5)  An agreement may, with the approval of a proper authority, include any provisions agreed upon between the seaman and the owner of the ship or the representative of the owner of the ship, that are:

                     (a)  lawful; and

                     (b)  not inconsistent with the requirements of this section.

7  Subsection 50(1)

Omit “under”, substitute “that complies with”.

8  Section 53

Repeal the section, substitute:

53  Owner to make available information about conditions of employment

             (1)  The regulations may prescribe:

                     (a)  information, in relation to the conditions of employment of the master and the seamen engaged on a ship, that the owner of the ship is required to make available to the master and seamen; and

                     (b)  the manner and form (including electronic form) in which the prescribed information is required to be made available.

             (2)  The owner of a ship commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the owner is subject to a requirement under regulations made for the purposes of subsection (1); and

                     (b)  the owner, or a representative of the owner, engages in conduct; and

                     (c)  the conduct results in a contravention of the requirement.

Penalty:  5 penalty units.

             (3)  Strict liability applies to paragraph (2)(a).

Note:          For strict liability, see section 6.1 of the Criminal Code.

9  Section 61

Repeal the section, substitute:

61  Giving of discharges to seamen

             (1)  If a seaman is discharged from a ship, the master of the ship must:

                     (a)  give the seaman a written discharge in the prescribed form; and

                     (b)  return to the seaman any previous discharge of the seaman in the possession of the master.

             (2)  A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person engages in conduct; and

                     (b)  the conduct contravenes subsection (1).

Penalty:  10 penalty units.

10  Subsections 62A(1) and (2)

Repeal the subsections, substitute:

             (1)  The master of a ship commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the master discharges a seaman from the ship at a port outside Australia; and

                     (b)  the master has not given the seaman at least 7 days notice of the master’s intention to discharge the seaman; and

                     (c)  the seaman has not consented to being discharged at the particular port (whether or not the seaman consents to the discharge).

Penalty:  10 penalty units.

12  Division 10 of Part II (heading)

Repeal the heading, substitute:

Division 10Wages

13  Sections 70 to 73

Repeal the sections, substitute:

70  Payment of wages—general

             (1)  The regulations may make provision for or in relation to the payment of wages to masters and seamen.

             (2)  Without limiting subsection (1), the regulations may make provision for or in relation to the following:

                     (a)  the frequency of making payments to masters and seamen;

                     (b)  the method of making payments to masters and seamen;

                     (c)  permitted deductions from payments to masters and seamen;

                     (d)  pay slips, including the information relating to exchange rates that must be included in any pay slip given to a master or seaman;

                     (e)  the payment of part or all of the wages of a master or a seaman, with the master’s or seaman’s consent, to a person other than the master or the seaman;

                      (f)  the charges that may be imposed for making payments in accordance with paragraph (e).

             (3)  The regulations must not provide for the quantum or amount of wages payable to masters and seamen.

14  Section 75A

Repeal the section.

15  Sections 77 and 78

Repeal the sections.

16  Sections 82 to 84

Repeal the sections.

17  Subsection 85(1)

After “wreck”, insert “, foundering”.

Note:       The heading to section 85 is altered by inserting “, foundering” after “wreck”.

18  Paragraph 85(4)(a)

After “wreck”, insert “, foundering”.

19  Subsection 85(5)

After “wreck”, insert “, foundering”.

20  Sections 91 and 93

Repeal the sections.

22  Before section 116

Insert:

115  Free provisions

                   A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person is the owner of a ship; and

                     (b)  the owner, or a representative of the owner, does not provide free provisions to the seamen or the master engaged on the ship.

Penalty:  10 penalty units.

23  Section 117

After “size”, insert “, and cultural and religious backgrounds,”.

24  After paragraph 127(1)(b)

Insert:

             ; or (ba)  requires essential dental care;

25  Paragraph 128(1)(a)

After “injury of”, insert “, or the provision of essential dental care to,”.

26  Paragraph 128(1)(b)

After “injury of”, insert “, or the provision of essential dental care to,”.

27  Subsections 132(1) and (2)

After “injury,”, insert “or the need for essential dental care,”.

28  Subsection 132(6)

After “injury” (first occurring), insert “, or a need for essential dental care,”.

29  Subsection 132(6)

After “injury” (second occurring), insert “, or need for essential dental care,”.

29A  At the end of paragraph 132(6)(b)

Add “and”.

29B  Paragraph 132(6)(c)

Repeal the paragraph.

30  Subsection 132(6A)

After “injury” (first occurring), insert “, or a need for essential dental care,”.

31  Subsection 132(6A)

After “injury” (second occurring), insert “, or need for essential dental care”.

32  Paragraph 132(6B)(a)

After “injury”, insert “, or need for essential dental care,”.

33  Paragraph 132(6C)(a)

After “injury”, insert “, or a need for essential dental care”.

34  Subsection 134(1)

Omit all the words after “effect to”, substitute “Regulation 1.2 of the Maritime Labour Convention”.

Note:       The heading to section 134 is altered by omitting “Medical Examination (Seafarers) Convention 1946” and substituting “Maritime Labour Convention”.

35  Subsection 134(2)

Omit “a provision of the Convention”, substitute “Regulation 1.2 of the Maritime Labour Convention”.

36  Subsection 134(2)

Omit “that provision”, substitute “Regulation 1.2”.

37  Subsection 134(4)

Omit “the Convention” (wherever occurring), substitute “Regulation 1.2 of the Maritime Labour Convention”.

38  Subsection 136(2)

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

             (2)  The regulations may make provision in relation to giving effect to Regulation 3.1 of the Maritime Labour Convention.

39  Subsection 136(3)

Omit “either Convention”, substitute “Regulation 3.1 of the Maritime Labour Convention”.

40  Subsection 136(5)

Omit “Conventions” (wherever occurring), substitute “Regulation 3.1 of the Maritime Labour Convention”.

41  Section 138

Repeal the section.

42  Section 172A

Repeal the section.

43  Subsection 187(2)

After “those Regulations)”, insert “, or the Maritime Labour Convention”.

44  Subsection 187(3)

After “Safety Convention” (first occurring), insert “or the Maritime Labour Convention”.

45  Subsection 187(3)

After “(b),”, insert “(ba),”.

46  Subsection 187(3)

After “Safety Convention” (second occurring), insert “or the Maritime Labour Convention, as the case requires,”.

47  Paragraph 187AA(1)(a)

After “206K,”, insert “206XC,”.

Note:       The heading to section 187AA is altered by inserting “or declarations” after “certificates”.

48  Subsection 187AA(2)

After “(b),”, insert “(ba),”.

49  Subsection 187AA(2)

After “prescribed certificate”, insert “, or a declaration referred to in section 206XB,”.

50  Subsection 187AA(3)

After “a prescribed certificate”, insert “, or a declaration referred to in section 206XB,”.

51  Subsection 187AA(3)

After “the prescribed certificate”, insert “or declaration”.

52  Subsection 187AA(4)

After “certificate” (wherever occurring), insert “or declaration”.

53  Subsection 187A(1)

Insert:

declaration of maritime labour compliance means a declaration issued under subsection 206XB(1) or (2).

54  Subsection 187A(1)

Insert:

interim maritime labour certificate means a certificate issued under regulations made for the purposes of subsection 206XE(1).

55  Subsection 187A(1) (before paragraph (a) of the definition of international voyage)

Insert:

                    (aa)  for the purposes of Division 2D, a voyage:

                              (i)  from a port in Australia to a port outside Australia; or

                             (ii)  to a port in Australia from a port outside Australia; or

                            (iii)  from a port outside Australia to that port or to another port outside Australia; and

56  Subsection 187A(1) (paragraph (b) of the definition of international voyage)

Omit “Division 5”, substitute “Divisions 2D and 5”.

57  Subsection 187A(1)

Insert:

maritime labour certificate means a certificate issued under subsection 206XC(1) or (2).

58  At the end of paragraphs 190(a), (b) and (c)

Add “or”.

59  After paragraph 190(e)

Insert:

               ; or (f)  assessing the working and living conditions on board ships;

60  Subsection 190AA(2)

Omit “Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the powers of a surveyor under that subsection”, substitute “The powers of a surveyor under subsection (1)”.

61  After subsection 190AA(2)

Insert:

       (2AA)  The powers of a surveyor under subsection (1) extend to:

                     (a)  the inspection of a ship for the purpose of ascertaining whether the ship complies with such of the provisions of this Act and the regulations and orders relating to the working and living conditions of the seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship as apply to the ship; and

                     (b)  requiring the production to the surveyor of any certificate or declaration relating to those conditions issued in respect of the ship.

       (2AB)  Subsections (2) and (2AA) do not limit subsection (1).

62  Subsection 190AA(2A)

Omit “or (2)”, substitute “, (2) or (2AA)”.

63  After subsection 190A(1)

Insert:

       (1AA)  If:

                     (a)  a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate has been issued in respect of a ship; and

                     (b)  the working and living conditions of the seamen on board the ship or of the master of the ship change so that the ship does not comply with the requirements of this Act that relate to those conditions (other than requirements from which the Authority has exempted the ship);

then, as soon as practicable after the change, written notice of the change must be given to the person prescribed in the form prescribed.

Note:          Section 206XH deals with exemptions.

64  Paragraph 190A(1A)(a)

After “subsection (1)”, insert “or (1AA)”.

65  After subsection 190A(2)

Insert:

          (2A)  If the Authority has reason to believe that:

                     (a)  a report referred to in paragraph 206XC(1)(c) or (2)(c) in respect of a ship has been fraudulently or erroneously made or obtained; or

                     (b)  a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate has been issued in respect of a ship upon false or erroneous information; or

                     (c)  since a maritime labour certificate or interim maritime labour certificate was issued in respect of a ship, the working and living conditions of the seamen on board the ship or of the master of the ship have changed so that those conditions do not comply with the requirements of this Act that relate to those conditions (other than requirements from which the Authority has exempted the ship);

the Authority may:

                     (d)  in any case—cancel any maritime labour certificate or interim maritime labour certificate (as the case may be) issued in respect of the ship; or

                     (e)  if paragraph (c) applies—detain the ship until the Authority is satisfied that the conditions concerned comply with the requirements of this Act that relate to those conditions (other than requirements from which the Authority has exempted the ship).

Note:          Section 206XH deals with exemptions.

66  Subsection 190A(3)

After “Division 2B”, insert “or cancels a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate issued in respect of a ship”.

67  Subsection 190A(4)

After “Division 2B”, insert “, or a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate issued in respect of a ship,”.

68  After section 191

Insert:

191AA  Regulations to give effect to Maritime Labour Convention

             (1)  The regulations may make provision for or in relation to giving effect to the Maritime Labour Convention.

             (2)  If a provision of the Maritime Labour Convention applies only in relation to a particular class of ships or in relation to ships engaged on a particular class of voyages, any regulation that gives effect to that provision may be applied to ships of any other class or to ships engaged in any other class of voyages.

             (3)  Regulations and orders giving effect to the Maritime Labour Convention do not apply in relation to a ship referred to in paragraph 2(1)(a), (b), (ba), (c) or (d) to the extent that a law of a State or of the Northern Territory makes provision giving effect to the Maritime Labour Convention in relation to that ship.

69  Subsection 191A(1)

After “the Safety Convention,”, insert “the Maritime Labour Convention”.

70  After Division 2C of Part IV

Insert:

Division 2DDeclarations of maritime labour compliance and maritime labour certificates

206XA  Maritime labour certificates required for steamships registered in Australia

                   A person commits an offence if:

                     (a)  the person is the master or owner of a ship; and

                     (b)  the ship is a steamship registered in Australia; and

                     (c)  the ship has a gross tonnage of 500 or more; and

                     (d) the person takes the ship to sea, or permits the ship to be taken to sea by the master or the owner (as the case may be), or another person, on an international voyage; and

                     (e) when the ship is taken to sea, none of the following certificates is in force in respect of the ship:

                              (i)  a maritime labour certificate;

                             (ii)  an interim maritime labour certificate;

                            (iii)  a certificate of exemption under section 206XH exempting the ship from all the requirements of this Act relating to the working and living conditions of seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship.

Penalty:  Imprisonment for 4 years.

206XB  Issue of declarations of maritime labour compliance

Issue of declarations of maritime labour compliance by Authority

             (1)  The Authority may issue a declaration of maritime labour compliance in respect of a steamship registered in Australia if:

                     (a)  the Authority has completed Part I of the declaration; and

                     (b)  the owner of the ship has completed Part II of the declaration; and

                     (c)  a surveyor has inspected the ship; and

                     (d)  after receiving a report of the inspection, the Authority is satisfied that the measures set out in Part II of the declaration comply with the requirements of this Act relating to ensuring initial and ongoing compliance with the requirements set out in Part I of the declaration.

Issue of declarations of maritime labour compliance by survey authority

             (2)  A survey authority may issue a declaration of maritime labour compliance in respect of a steamship registered in Australia if:

                     (a)  the Authority or the survey authority has completed Part I of the declaration; and

                     (b)  the owner of the ship has completed Part II of the declaration; and

                     (c)  an inspection of the ship has been carried out by or on behalf of the survey authority; and

                     (d)  having regard to a report of the inspection, the survey authority is satisfied that the measures set out in Part II of the declaration comply with the requirements of this Act relating to ensuring initial and ongoing compliance with the requirements set out in Part I of the declaration.

Declaration of maritime labour compliance to be in prescribed form

             (3)  A declaration of maritime labour compliance must be in the prescribed form.

Declaration of maritime labour compliance not a legislative instrument

             (4)  A declaration of maritime labour compliance is not a legislative instrument.

206XC  Issue of maritime labour certificates

Issue of maritime labour certificates by Authority

             (1)  The Authority may issue a maritime labour certificate in respect of a steamship registered in Australia if:

                     (a)  a declaration of maritime labour compliance is in force in relation to the ship; and

                     (b)  a surveyor has inspected the ship; and

                     (c)  after receiving a report of the inspection, the Authority is satisfied that the ship complies with the requirements of this Act that relate to the working and living conditions of the seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship (other than requirements from which the Authority has exempted the ship).

Note:          Section 206XH deals with exemptions.

Issue of maritime labour certificates by survey authority

             (2)  A survey authority may issue a maritime labour certificate in respect of a steamship registered in Australia if:

                     (a)  a declaration of maritime labour compliance is in force in relation to the ship; and

                     (b)  an inspection of the ship has been carried out by or on behalf of the survey authority; and

                     (c)  having regard to a report of the inspection, the survey authority is satisfied that the ship complies with the requirements of this Act that relate to the working and living conditions of seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship (other than requirements from which the Authority has exempted the ship).

Note:          Section 206XH deals with exemptions.

Maritime labour certificate to be in prescribed form

             (3)  A maritime labour certificate must be in the prescribed form.

Maritime labour certificate not a legislative instrument

             (4)  A maritime labour certificate is not a legislative instrument.

206XD  Duration of maritime labour certificate

             (1)  Subject to this Act, a maritime labour certificate remains in force for the period specified in the certificate.

             (2)  The period specified in a certificate under subsection (1) must not exceed the period prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of this subsection.

206XE  Interim maritime labour certificates

             (1)  The regulations may make provision for or in relation to interim maritime labour certificates.

             (2)  Without limiting subsection (1), the regulations make provision for or in relation to:

                     (a)  the issuing of interim maritime labour certificates; and

                     (b)  the duration of interim maritime labour certificates.

206XF  When a maritime labour certificate ceases to be in force

                   A maritime labour certificate, or an interim maritime labour certificate, ceases to be in force:

                     (a)  if the ship in respect of which it was issued ceases to be registered in Australia; or

                     (b)  if, after the issue of the certificate, there is a change in the ownership of the ship in respect of which it was issued; or

                     (c)  in the circumstances referred to in subsection 190A(3); or

                     (d)  in any other circumstances prescribed by the regulations.

206XG  Declarations of maritime labour compliance and maritime labour certificates to be made available

Access to declaration or certificate by crew

             (1)  The master of a ship commits an offence if:

                     (a)  a declaration of maritime labour compliance, a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate is in force in respect of the ship; and

                     (b)  the master does not ensure that a copy of the declaration or certificate is posted up in a part of the ship to which all members of the crew have access.

Penalty:  10 penalty units.

Examination of declaration or certificate by persons on board

             (2)  The master of a ship commits an offence if:

                     (a)  a declaration of maritime labour compliance, a maritime labour certificate or an interim maritime labour certificate is in force in respect of the ship; and

                     (b)  the master does not ensure that a copy of the declaration or certificate is available at all reasonable times for examination on request by any person on board the ship.

Penalty:  10 penalty units.

206XH  Exemptions

             (1)  The regulations may provide for the Authority to exempt a ship from a requirement of this Act that relates to the working and living conditions of seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship.

             (2)  The Authority may issue a certificate of exemption in respect of a ship specifying the requirement from which the ship is exempt and the conditions, if any, subject to which the ship is exempt.

             (3)  A certificate of exemption must be in the prescribed form.

             (4)  A certificate of exemption is not a legislative instrument.

Offence

             (5)  The master and owner of a ship each commit an offence if:

                     (a)  a certificate of exemption under this section specifies conditions subject to which the ship is exempt from a requirement specified in the certificate; and

                     (b)  the conditions are not complied with.

Penalty:  Imprisonment for 4 years.

206XI  Production of maritime labour certificates to officers of Customs

             (1)  If:

                     (a)  an application is made to an officer of Customs in respect of a steamship registered in Australia for a clearance under the Customs Act for a voyage from a port in Australia; and

                     (b)  the master of the ship would contravene section 206XA if the master took the ship to sea on that voyage from that port without any of the following certificates being in force in respect of the ship:

                              (i)  a maritime labour certificate;

                             (ii)  an interim maritime labour certificate;

                            (iii)  a certificate of exemption under section 206XH exempting the ship from all the requirements of this Act relating to the working and living conditions of seamen on board the ship and of the master of the ship;

the master of the ship must, if so required by an officer of Customs, produce to the officer of Customs any one of those certificates.

             (2)  If an officer of Customs has required the master of a ship to produce to the officer any one of those certificates, then, until one of those certificates is so produced, the officer of Customs may refuse to grant the clearance, and the ship may be detained.

71  Subsection 207A(1)

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

             (1)  A ship is substandard for the purposes of this Act if either or both of the following paragraphs apply:

                     (a)  the ship is seaworthy, but conditions on board the ship are clearly hazardous to safety or health;

                     (b)  if the ship is of a kind to which the Maritime Labour Convention applies or is capable of applying—the ship does not comply with the Maritime Labour Convention.

72  Subsection 290(1)

Omit “under”, substitute “that complies with”.

73  Paragraph 377C(d)

Repeal the paragraph.

74  Section 377D

Before “Application”, insert “(1)”.

75  At the end of section 377D

Add:

             (2)  In this section, certificate includes a declaration of maritime labour compliance issued under subsection 206XB(1) or (2).

76  Subsection 397(2)

Omit “190A(1)”, substitute “190A(1A)”.

77  Subsection 410(1)

Repeal the subsection, substitute:

             (1)  The master of a ship commits an offence if:

                     (a)  Part II applies to the ship; and

                     (b)  the master does not provide the seamen of the ship with access (whether electronic or otherwise), at all reasonable times, to a copy of:

                              (i)  this Act; and

                             (ii)  if the ship is a Maritime Labour Convention ship—the Maritime Labour Convention.

Penalty:  5 penalty units.

Note:       The heading to section 410 is altered by omitting “to be kept” and substituting “and Maritime Labour Convention to be accessible”.

78  Subsection 424(5A)

Repeal the subsection.

79  After paragraph 425(1)(e)

Insert:

                    (ea)  the training and qualifications of masters and seamen;

                   (eb)  the maximum number of hours that masters or seamen may be required to work in a particular period of time;

As at 27 December 2011 the amendments are not incorporated in this compilation.


Table A

Application, saving or transitional provisions

Criminal Code Amendment (Theft, Fraud, Bribery and Related Offences) Act 2000 (No. 137, 2000)

Schedule 2

418  Transitional—pre‑commencement offences

(1)       Despite the amendment or repeal of a provision by this Schedule, that provision continues to apply, after the commencement of this item, in relation to:

                     (a)  an offence committed before the commencement of this item; or

                     (b)  proceedings for an offence alleged to have been committed before the commencement of this item; or

                     (c)  any matter connected with, or arising out of, such proceedings;

as if the amendment or repeal had not been made.

(2)       Subitem (1) does not limit the operation of section 8 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901.

419  Transitional—pre‑commencement notices

If:

                     (a)  a provision in force immediately before the commencement of this item required that a notice set out the effect of one or more other provisions; and

                     (b)  any or all of those other provisions are repealed by this Schedule; and

                     (c)  the first‑mentioned provision is amended by this Schedule;

the amendment of the first‑mentioned provision by this Schedule does not affect the validity of such a notice that was given before the commencement of this item.

 

Transport and Regional Services Legislation Amendment (Application of Criminal Code) Act 2001 (No. 143, 2001)

4  Application of Amendments

             (1)  Each amendment made by this Act applies to acts and omissions that take place after the amendment commences.

             (2)  For the purposes of this section, if an act or omission is alleged to have taken place between 2 dates, one before and one on or after the day on which a particular amendment commences, the act or omission is alleged to have taken place before the amendment commences.

 

Financial Framework Legislation Amendment Act 2005 (No. 8, 2005)

4  Saving of matters in Part 2 of Schedule 1

             (1)  If:

                     (a)  a decision or action is taken or another thing is made, given or done; and

                     (b)  the thing is taken, made, given or done under a provision of a Part 2 Act that had effect immediately before the commencement of this Act;

then the thing has the corresponding effect, for the purposes of the Part 2 Act as amended by this Act, as if it had been taken, made, given or done under the Part 2 Act as so amended.

             (2)  In this section:

Part 2 Act means an Act that is amended by an item in Part 2 of Schedule 1.

Schedule 1

496  Saving provision—Finance Minister’s determinations

If a determination under subsection 20(1) of the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 is in force immediately before the commencement of this item, the determination continues in force as if it were made under subsection 20(1) of that Act as amended by this Act.

 

Maritime Legislation Amendment Act 2006 (No. 24, 2006)

Schedule 2

13  Transitional provision

A declaration of the Minister in force under subsection 8AB(1) of the Navigation Act 1912 immediately before the day on which items 11 and 12 commence continues in force, on and after that day, as if it were a declaration made by the Authority under subsection 8AB(1A) of the Navigation Act 1912 as amended by this Act.

 

Maritime Legislation Amendment (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 2006 (No. 138, 2006)

Schedule 1

5  Transitional provision

If a ship construction certificate issued in respect of an Australian ship was in force under section 267B of the Navigation Act 1912 immediately before the commencement of this item, the certificate:

                     (a)  is taken to be a certificate issued in respect of that ship under that section immediately after that commencement; and

                     (b)  remains in force until it expires, unless it is cancelled or ceases to have effect sooner.

 

Same‑Sex Relationships (Equal Treatment in Commonwealth Laws—General Law Reform) Act 2008 (No. 144, 2008)

Schedule 11

33  Application of amendment of section 156

The amendment of section 156 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Schedule applies in relation to a seaman who dies on or after the commencement of the amendment.

36  Application of amendments of section 157

The amendments of section 157 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Schedule apply in relation to wills made on or after the commencement of the amendments.

40  Application of amendments of section 158

The amendments of section 158 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by this Schedule apply in relation to a seaman who dies on or after the commencement of the amendments.

 

Acts Interpretation Amendment Act 2011 (No. 46, 2011)

Schedule 3

10  Saving—appointments

The amendments made by Schedule 2 do not affect the validity of an appointment that was made under an Act before the commencement of this item and that was in force immediately before that commencement.

11  Transitional regulations

The Governor‑General may make regulations prescribing matters of a transitional nature (including prescribing any saving or application provisions) relating to the amendments and repeals made by Schedules 1 and 2.

 

Navigation Amendment Act 2011 (No. 168, 2011)

The following provisions commence on proclamation or 6 months after the day on which the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, done at Geneva on 23 February 2006, comes into force for Australia:

Schedule 1

6  Application of item 5

(1)       The amendment made by item 5 of this Schedule applies in relation to ships taken to sea on or after the commencement of this item.

(2)       Despite the amendment of section 46 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by item 5 of this Schedule, that section continues to apply, in relation to ships taken to sea before the commencement of this item, as if the amendment had not been made.

11  Application of items 9 and 10

(1)       The amendments made by items 9 and 10 of this Schedule apply in relation to a notice of intention to discharge a seaman given on or after the commencement of this item.

(2)       Despite the amendments of sections 61 and 62A of the Navigation Act 1912 made by items 9 and 10 of this Schedule, those sections continue to apply, in relation to a notice of intention to discharge a seaman given before the commencement of this item, as if the amendments had not been made.

21  Application of items 13 to 20

(1)       The amendments made by items 13 to 20 of this Schedule apply in relation to wages earned on or after the commencement of this item.

(2)       Despite the amendments of sections 70 and 85 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by items 13, 17, 18 and 19 of this Schedule, those sections continue to apply, in relation to wages earned before the commencement of this item, as if the amendments had not been made.

(3)       Despite the repeal of sections 71 to 73, 77 and 78, 82 to 84, 91 and 93 of the Navigation Act 1912 made by items 13, 15, 16 and 20 of this Schedule, those sections continue to apply, in relation to wages earned before the commencement of this item, as if the repeal had not happened.