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This is a regulation of the previous Norfolk Island Legislative Assembly that was continued in force under s16 and 16A of the Norfolk Island Act 1979.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities
Registered 06 Nov 2015
Start Date 18 Jun 2015
Date of repeal 22 Mar 2018
Repealed by Norfolk Island Continued Laws Amendment Ordinance 2015

 

NORFOLK                            ISLAND

 

Education Regulations

1931

Compilation date:                              18 June 2015

Includes amendments up to:            Norfolk Island Continued Laws Amendment Ordinance 2015
(No. 2, 2015)

Prepared Date:                                  14 September 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

NORFOLK                            ISLAND

 

 

EDUCATION REGULATIONS

 

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

 

PART 1  —  PRELIMINARY

         1.      Short title

         2.      Parts

PART 2  —  PUBLIC SCHOOLS

         3.      Duties of principal teacher

         4.      Assistant and subordinate teachers

         5.      Teachers of special subjects

         6.      Leave of absence

         7.      Entry on duty

         8.      Vacations and holidays

       ….

       10.      Suspension of pupils

       11.      Visitors

       12.      Use of school buildings

       ….

       14.      Final examination

PART 3  —  PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

       15.      Attendance of children

       16.      Infectious diseases

PART 4  —  BURSARIES AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS AND TERTIARY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS

       17.      Interpretation

       18.      Award of bursaries and vocational training scholarships

       19.      Applications

       20.      Bursaries and Scholarships Committee

       21.      Residential qualifications

       22.      Bursaries

       23.      Vocational training scholarships

       23A.   Tertiary education scholarships

       24.      Amount of bursaries or vocational training scholarships

       25.      Amount of tertiary education scholarship

       26.      Lapsing of bursary or scholarship

                      Schedule


 

NORFOLK                            ISLAND

 

 

Education Regulations

PART 1  —  PRELIMINARY

Short title

      1.         These Regulations may be cited as the Education Regulations.

Parts

      2.         These Regulations are divided into Parts, as follows :

Part    1  — Preliminary (Regulations 1‑2)

Part    2   — Public Schools (Regulations 3‑14)

Part    3   — Public and Private Schools (Regulations 15‑16)

Part    4   — Bursaries, Vocational Training Scholarships and Tertiary Education Scholarships (Regulations 17‑26).

PART 2  —  PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Duties of principal teacher

      3.         The principal teacher of a public school shall —

(a)        take charge of and be responsible for the care of all school grounds, buildings, and all Government property connected therewith;

(b)        be responsible for the efficient management, organisation and conduct of his school and for the instruction and due progress of all pupils therein;

(c)        direct and control all subordinate members of the teaching staff, and instruct them in methods of teaching;

(d)       keep an attendance book and cause all members of the teaching staff of the school to enter therein daily the times at which they commence and cease duty;

(e)        report to the Administrator any teacher who is absent from duty or who is unpunctual in his attendance or who does not discharge his allotted duties faithfully and efficiently;

(f)        forward promptly to the Administrator all communications and applications from his subordinate teachers, with such comments and recommendations as he deems necessary or desirable to offer;

(g)        arrange for the supervision of pupils when out of school while they are under his control;

(h)        examine each class in school at least once during each school term; record the results of such examinations and give directions and make suggestions in any matter relating to the instruction of pupils and the management of the class and school;

(i)         be responsible for the maintenance of all school records;

(j)         receive and investigate complaints from parents or other persons regarding matters concerning the school and afford such redress as he thinks fit;

 


(k)        promote and protect the interests of subordinate teachers in all matters connected with their occupation as teachers; and

(l)         on relinquishing charge of his school, hand over to the Administrator or a person authorised thereto in writing by the Administrator all Government property in his charge, together with a complete inventory of the same, duly checked and witnessed by some responsible person.

Assistant and subordinate teachers

      4.         Assistant teachers shall —

(a)        be subject to the direction and authority of the principal teacher in all matters relating to their employment in his school;

(b)        carry out his instructions in relation to their school work, and shall loyally and faithfully co-operate with the principal teacher in all he deems necessary in the interests of the school; and

(c)        forward all communications and applications intended for the consideration of the Administrator regarding their positions as teachers through the principal teacher.

Teachers of special subjects

      5.         Teachers of special subjects, eg Needlework, Manual work, shall be regarded as assistant teachers for the purpose of these Regulations.

Leave of absence

      6.         (1)        The principal teacher may on sufficient cause being shown sanction the absence from duty of an assistant teacher for one day in any period of 6 months and shall report each such absence to the Administrator.

                  (2)        The Administrator may grant a teacher leave of absence on the ground of ill health for any period not exceeding 14 days on full pay within any period of 12 months.

                  (3)        The Administrator may, subject to the approval of the Commonwealth Minister, grant to any teacher leave of absence on the ground of ill health for any period in excess of 14 days in any period of 12 months on such terms and conditions as the Commonwealth Minister directs.

                  (4)        All applications for leave of absence for more than one day at any one time, on the ground of illness, shall be accompanied by a certificate from the Government Medical Officer stating the probable period of unfitness for duty.

                  (5)        The Administrator may require a teacher absent from duty under this Regulation to furnish from time to time further evidence of unfitness for duty.

Entry on duty

      7.         Teachers shall report to the Administrator on taking up duty, and also on their resumption of duty after absence.

Vacations and holidays

      8.         (1)        The school vacations shall extend over not less than 8 weeks and not more than 9 weeks in each year and shall be distributed as determined by the Administrator.

                  (2)        Schools shall be closed on Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Sovereign’s Birthday, Anniversary Day, and on such other days or half-days as are determined by the Administrator.


                  (3)        When a school is closed for any period under the provisions of the Act, other than as provided in this Regulation, the vacations may be reduced by the Administrator for a period not exceeding that for which the school was so closed.

 

….

 

Suspension of pupils

      10.       (1)        The principal teacher may suspend from attendance at the school any pupil whose conduct is, in the opinion of the principal teacher, detrimental to the good order of the school.  The principal teacher shall report every such suspension, without delay, to the Administrator.

                  (2)        When a pupil is suspended from attendance under subregulation (1), the principal teacher shall at once notify the parents of the pupil of the reason for the pupil’s suspension.

                  (3)        The parents of any pupil so suspended from attendance may appeal against the suspension to the Administrator, whose decision shall be final.

Visitors

      11.       Visitors may, with the consent of the principal teacher, have access to public schools during the hours of instruction, provided that they do not attempt to take part in the business of the school or to interrupt it, but simply observe how it is conducted.

Use of school buildings

      12.       No part of a school building shall be used for any purpose other than that of a school except with the permission of the Administrator and upon such conditions as the Administrator imposes.

 

. . . .

 

Final examination

      14.       An examination of pupils who have completed the course of study for the sixth class or an equivalent course approved by the Administrator shall be held in November each year, and a certificate of having satisfactorily completed the primary course of education and of being eligible to proceed to a higher course of education shall be issued by the Administrator to such pupils as are successful at the examination.

 

PART 3  —  PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Attendance of children

      15.       (1)        At the end of each calendar month the principal teacher of each public school and the proprietor or principal teacher of each private school shall prepare a schedule of all children in his school who have been absent at any time during that month.  The attendance of each child whose name appears in the schedule shall be certified to by the proprietor of a private school or the principal teacher of a public school, as the case may be, as “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory”.

                  (2)        The names of all children whose non-attendance is certified to as “unsatisfactory” shall be forthwith forwarded to the Administrator, together with the names in full and addresses of the parents or guardians of the children concerned.

Infectious diseases

      16.       Any pupil suffering from a contagious, offensive or infectious disease shall be excluded by the principal teacher from attendance at the school, and shall not be re-admitted until the Government Medical Officer certifies that the child may re-attend school without danger to himself or the other pupils.

PART 4  —  BURSARIES, VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS AND TERTIARY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS

Interpretation

      17.       (1)        In this Part, unless the contrary intention appears —

“bursar” means a person who is the holder of a bursary under these Regulations;

“tertiary education scholarship” means a scholarship awarded to a person undertaking, or proposing to undertake, as a full-time student, a course of study at a university or other advanced education institute, being a course leading to the award of a degree or diploma;

“trainee” means a person who is the holder of a vocational training scholarship under these Regulations.

                  (2)        A reference in these Regulations to a named examination shall be read as a reference to an examination under that name conducted by the Department of Education of the State of New South Wales or any other examination of equivalent standard conducted by a public examining authority in Australia or elsewhere.

                  (3)        A reference in these Regulations to an advanced education institute shall be read as a reference to an advanced education institution within the meaning of section 5 of the Student Assistance Act 1973 of the Commonwealth or an institution outside Australia and Norfolk Island that provides a course of studies of a like nature to a course of studies provided by an advanced education institution for the purpose of that section.

Award of bursaries and vocational training scholarships

      18.       The Administrator may, in each year, award Higher School Certificate bursaries, vocational training scholarships and tertiary educational scholarships in accordance with this Part.

Applications

      19.       (1)        An application for the award to a person of a bursary or a vocational training scholarship shall be made to the Administrator by a parent or guardian of the person in writing in accordance with a form provided by the Administrator for the purpose and shall be accompanied by such information, if any, as the Administrator requires.

                  (2)        An application for the award to a person of a tertiary education scholarship shall be made to the Administrator by the person, or by a parent or guardian of the person, in the manner referred to in subregulation 19(1).

                  (3)        An application under subregulation (1) or (2) must be accompanied by a statement prepared by the student, for the assistance of the Committee in its deliberations under Regulation 20, being no less that 250 nor more than 500 words in length and describing the career goals and ambitions of the student in as much detail as possible.

Bursaries and Scholarships Committee

      20.       (1)        For the purposes of this Part, there is established a Bursaries and Scholarships Committee.

                  (2)        The Committee consists of —

(a)        the Administrator;

(b)        the Headmaster of the Norfolk Island public school; and

(c)        a person appointed by the Commonwealth Minister.

                  (3)        The Administrator shall preside at meetings of the Committee.

                  (4)        A question arising at a meeting of the Committee shall be determined by a majority of the votes of the members of the Committee.

                  (5)        The Administrator shall refer to the Committee for consideration all applications for Higher School Certificate bursaries, vocational training scholarships or tertiary education scholarships.

                  (6)        Bursaries, vocational training scholarships and tertiary education scholarships shall not be awarded except on the recommendation of the Committee.

                  (7)        The committee shall not recommend the award of a Higher School Certificate bursary to a person unless the committee is of the opinion that the person is capable of passing the Higher School Certificate Examination.

                  (8)        The Committee shall not recommend the award of a vocational training scholarship to a person unless the Committee is of the opinion that the person will benefit from the training.

                  (9)        The Committee shall not recommend the award of a tertiary education scholarship to a person who is proposing to undertake a course of study at a university or other advanced education institute unless he has been or is to be admitted as a student at that university or institute and has been accepted as a student at that course of study.

                  (10)      Subregulation 20(9) does not prevent the Committee recommending the award of a tertiary education scholarship to a person who is undertaking a course of study at a university or other advanced education institute.

                  (11)      When considering an application for a bursary, vocational training scholarship or tertiary education scholarship, the Committee shall consider the financial needs of the applicant.

                  (12)      When considering the financial needs of an applicant under subregulation 20(11), the Committee shall take into account any guidelines given to the Committee by the Commonwealth Minister.

Residential qualifications

      21.       (1)        A bursary, vocational training scholarship or tertiary education scholarship shall not be awarded —

(a)        to a person who is not a resident of Norfolk Island within the meaning of the Immigration Act 1980; or

(b)        to a person, being a person who has not attained the age of 21 years, whose parents or guardians are not residents of Norfolk Island within the meaning of that Act.

                  (2)        Paragraph 21(1)(b) does not apply to a person who has not attained the age of 21 years, whose parents are dead and who does not have any guardians.

Bursaries

      22.       (1)        A Higher School Certificate Bursary may be issued under this Act.

                  (2)        A Higher School Certificate Bursary shall not be awarded to a person except in the exceptional circumstances that ¾

                  (a)        the person can demonstrate that he or she has proven ability in a specialised area of learning or technical ability; and

            (b)        there is not available in Norfolk Island any, or any adequate, personnel or facilities to enable the person to continue and develop that ability.

                  (3)        A Higher School Certificate Bursary shall not be awarded to a person who may qualify under subregulation (2) unless —

(a)        the person has completed not less than 3 years’ schooling at a school in Norfolk Island; and

(b)        the person has passed the School Certificate Examination.

                  (4)        Subject to subregulation 22(5), a bursary is tenable for one year.

                  (5)        A bursary may be renewed by the Administrator from year to year but so that the total period of the bursary does not exceed 2 years.

                  (6)        The Administrator may terminate a bursary if —

(a)        the bursar fails to pursue studies at a school approved by the Administrator;

(b)        the bursar fails to attend that school regularly and punctually; or

(c)        the Administrator is satisfied, after report by the Headmaster of that school, that the work or conduct of the bursar has not been satisfactory.

Vocational training scholarships

      23.       (1)        A vocational training scholarship shall not be awarded to a person unless he has completed not less than 3 years’ schooling at a school in Norfolk Island and has completed the Higher School Certificate.

                  (2)        Subject to subregulation 23(3), a vocational training scholarship is tenable for one year.

                  (3)        A vocational training scholarship may be renewed by the Administrator from year to year but so that the total period of the scholarship does not exceed 4 years or the minimum period required to complete the training, whichever is the shorter period.

                  (4)        The Administrator may terminate a vocational training scholarship if —

(a)        the trainee fails to pursue a course of training approved by the Administrator in accordance with such conditions as are determined by the Administrator in relation to that course and published in the Gazette; or

(aa)      the trainee fails to commence the course of training within 12 months after completion of the Higher School Certificate; or

(b)        the Administrator is satisfied, after report by the proper authority responsible for the training of the trainee or by the headmaster or principal of any school, college or institution that the trainee is required to attend by virtue of the conditions determined by the Administrator under paragraph 23(4)(a), that the trainee’s work, attendance, conduct or progress has not been satisfactory.

Tertiary education scholarships

      23A.    (1)        A tertiary education scholarship shall not be awarded to a person —

(a)        who has not completed 3 years’ schooling at a school in Norfolk Island;

(b)        who has not passed the Higher School Certificate Examination; or

(c)        who is the holder of a Commonwealth scholarship or any other scholarship.

                  (2)        The reference in subregulation 23A(1) to a scholarship other than a Commonwealth scholarship shall be read as not including a reference to a scholarship awarded to a person by an institution that he attends or attended as a student for academic achievement while attending the institution, being a scholarship in the form of a monetary award paid to the person by the institution.

                  (3)        A tertiary education scholarship is tenable for one year, but may be renewed by the Administrator for successive periods of one year.

                  (4)        The Administrator may terminate the tertiary education scholarship held by a person if the person ¾

                  (a)        fails to commence the course of training within 12 months after completion of the Higher School Certificate; or

                  (b)        does not pass the examinations in the subjects of his course of study; or

                  (c)        if he does not comply with any other requirements of the university, or advanced education institute, that he is attending in relation to all or any of those subjects.

Amount of bursaries or vocational training scholarships

      24.       (1)        In the exceptional circumstances that a Higher School Certificate Bursary is granted, there is to be provided or paid to the parents or guardians of a bursar in each year in which the bursary is held —

….

(c)        one return airfare between Norfolk Island and Sydney;

(d)       a book allowance of —

….

(ii)        50 % of the costs of prescribed text books or $500 whichever is less.

                  (2)        There is payable to the parents or guardians of a trainee, in each year in which the vocational training scholarship is held, such amount or amounts as the Administrator determines.

                  (3)        Amounts payable under this Regulation shall be paid at such times as the Administrator determines.

Amount of tertiary education scholarship

      25.       (1)        Subject to subregulation 25(2) there is to be provided or paid to the parents or guardians of the holder of a tertiary education scholarship for each year in which the scholarship is held —

….

(c)        one return airfare between Norfolk Island and Sydney;

(d)       a book allowance of 50 % of the costs of prescribed text books or $500 whichever is less.

                 (2)   Where —

(a)        the holder of a tertiary education scholarship has attained the age of 21 years;

(b)        the parents of the holder of a tertiary education scholarship are dead and the holder does not have any guardian; or

(c)        the Administrator considers that, for special reasons, it is proper to do so,

amounts payable under this Regulation shall be paid to the holder of the tertiary education scholarship.

                  (3)        Amounts payable under this Regulation shall be paid at such times as the Administrator determines.

Lapsing of bursary or scholarship

      26.       (1)        Subject to the subregulation 26(2), a bursary, vocational training scholarship or tertiary education scholarship lapses if —

(a)        the holder of the bursary or scholarship ceases to be a resident of Norfolk Island within the meaning of the Immigration Act 1980; or

(b)        in the case where a holder of a bursary or scholarship has not attained the age of 21 years and has parents who are alive or a guardian - the parents or guardian cease to be residents of Norfolk Island within the meaning of that Act.

                  (2)        Subregulation 26(1) does not apply where the Administrator considers that, by reason of special circumstances, it is proper that the bursary or scholarship should not lapse although the holder has, or the parents or guardians of the holder have, ceased to be residents of Norfolk Island within the meaning of the Immigration Act 1980.

 


 

SCHEDULE

                                                                                                                                      Regulation 24

TABLE 1

TABLE APPLICABLE TO PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WITH ONE DEPENDENT CHILD

 

Gross annual income of parents or guardians

 

Amount of

allowance

Exceeding —

But not exceeding —

 

$

$

$

..

1,800

200

1,800

1,850

192

1,850

1,900

184

1,900

1,950

176

1,950

2,000

168

2,000

2,050

160

2,050

2,100

152

2,100

2,150

144

2,150

2,200

136

2,200

2,250

128

2,250

2,300

120

2,300

2,350

112

2,350

2,400

104

2,400

2,450

96

2,450

2,500

88

2,500

2,550

80

2,550

2,600

72

2,600

2,650

64

2,650

2,700

56

2,700

2,750

48

2,750

2,800

40

2,800

2,850

32

2,850

2,900

24

2,900

2,950

16

2,950

3,000

8

 

TABLE 2

TABLE APPLICABLE TO PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WITH 2 DEPENDENT CHILDREN

Gross annual income of parents or guardians

 

Amount of allowance

Exceeding -

But not exceeding -

 

$

$

$

..

2,050

200

2,050

2,100

192

2,100

2,150

184

2,150

2,200

176

2,200

2,250

168

2,250

2,300

160

2,300

2,350

152

2,350

2,400

144

2,400

2,450

136

2,450

2,500

128

2,500

2,550

120

2,550

2,600

112

2,600

2,650

104

2,650

2,700

96

2,700

2,750

88

2,750

2,800

80

2,800

2,850

72

2,850

2,900

64

2,900

2,950

56

2,950

3,000

48

3,000

3,050

40

3,050

3,100

32

3,100

3,150

24

3,150

3,200

16

3,200

3,250

8

 

 

TABLE 3

TABLE APPLICABLE TO PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WITH 3 DEPENDENT CHILDREN

Gross annual income of parents or guardians

 

Amount of allowance

Exceeding -

But not exceeding -

 

$

$

$

..

2,300

200

2,300

2,350

192

2,350

2,400

184

2,400

2,450

176

2,450

2,500

168

2,500

2,550

160

2,550

2,600

152

2,600

2,650

144

2,650

2,700

136

2,700

2,750

128

2,750

2,800

120

2,800

2,850

112

2,850

2,900

104

2,900

2,950

96

2,950

3,000

88

3,000

3,050

80

3,050

3,100

72

3,100

3,150

64

3,150

3,200

56

3,200

3,250

48

3,250

3,300

40

3,300

3,350

32

3,350

3,400

24

3,400

3,450

16

3,450

3,500

8

 


 

TABLE 4

TABLE APPLICABLE TO PARENTS OR GUARDIANS WITH MORE THAN 3 DEPENDENT CHILDREN

Gross annual income of parents or guardians

 

Amount of allowance

Exceeding —

But not exceeding —

 

$

$

$

..

2,550

200

2,550

2,600

192

2,600

2,650

184

2,650

2,700

176

2,700

2,750

168

2,750

2,800

160

2,800

2,850

152

2,850

2,900

144

2,900

2,950

136

2,950

3,000

128

3,000

3,050

120

3,050

3,100

112

3,100

3,150

104

3,150

3,200

 96

3,200

3,250

 88

3,250

3,300

 80

3,300

3,350

 72

3,350

3,400

 64

3,400

3,450

 56

3,450

3,500

 48

3,500

3,550

 40

3,550

3,600

 32

3,600

3,650

 24

3,650

3,700

 16

3,700

3,750

  8

 


 

NOTES

The Education Regulations as shown in this consolidation comprises Regulations of December 1931 and amendments as indicated in the Tables below.

Enactment

Number and year

Date of commencement

Application saving or transitional provision

Education Regulations

1931

26.2.32

 

 

 

 

 

Education Regulations

1938

12.8.38

 

 

 

 

 

Education Regulations

1939

1.12.39

 

 

 

 

 

Education Regulations

2, 1966

7.7.66

 

 

 

 

 

Education Regulations

1, 1971

29.7.71

6(2)

 

 

 

 

Interpretation Act 1979

10, 1979

7.8.79

5

 

 

 

 

Education (Amendment) Regulations 1986

6, 1986

22.5.86

 

 

 

 

 

Education Amendment Regulations 1995

3, 1995

23.2.95

 

 

 

 

 

Education (Amendment) Regulations 2005

1, 2005

18.2.05

 

 

 

 

 

[Previously consolidated as at 25 August 2006]

 

 

 

 

Education (Amendment) Regulations 2007

11, 2007

31.8.07

 

 

 

 

 

[Previously consolidated as at 3 September 2007]

 

 

 

 

Education (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 2007

13, 2007

28.9.2007

 

 

 

 

 

[Previously consolidated as at 17 October 2007]

 

 

 

 

Interpretation (Amendment) Act 2012

[to substitute throughout —Commonwealth Minister for Minister; and to substitute Minister for executive member]

14, 2012

28.12.12

 

 

[Previously consolidated as at 23 February 2013]

 

 

 

Ordinance

FRLI registration

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provision

Norfolk Island Continued Laws Amendment Ordinance 2015
(No. 2, 2015)

17 June 2015 (F2015L00835)

Sch 1 (items 74, 344, 345): 18 June 2015 (s 2(1) item 1)

Sch 1 (items 344, 345)

 
Table of Amendments

 

ad =    added or inserted

am = amended

rep = repealed

rs =      repealed and substituted

Provisions affected

How affected

Headings

ad

Regs 1938

 

am

Regs 2, 1966; Regs 1, 1971

2

rs

Regs 1938; Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 1, 1971

9

rep

Regs 11, 2007

11

am

Regs 11, 2007

13

rep

Regs 1938

17

ad

Regs 1938

 

am

Regs 1939

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 1, 1971; Regs 6, 1986

18

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 1, 1977; Regs 11, 2007

19

ad

Regs 1938

 

am

Regs 1939; Regs 2, 1966; Regs 1, 1971; Regs 11, 2007

20

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 1, 1971; Regs 6, 1986; Regs 3, 1995; Regs 11, 2007; Ord No 2, 2015

21

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966; Regs 1, 1971

 

am

Act 10, 1979; Regs 6, 1986

22

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 11, 2007; Regs 13, 2007

23

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 11, 2007

23A

ad

Regs 1, 1971

 

am

Regs 11, 2007

24

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

Regs 2, 1966

 

am

Regs 1, 1971; Regs 1, 2005; Regs 11, 2007

25

ad

Regs 1938

 

rs

am

Regs 2, 1966; Regs 1, 1971

Regs 1, 2005

26

ad

Regs 1, 1971

 

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Act 10, 1979; Regs 6, 1986

Schedule

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Regs 2, 1966