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Lotteries and Fundraising Act 1987 (NI)

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Act No. 3 of 1987
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This is an Act 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, Transport, Cities and Regional Development
Registered 07 Dec 2015

 

NORFOLK                            ISLAND

 

 

LOTTERIES AND FUNDRAISING ACT 1987

[Consolidated as at 1 March 2013

on the authority of the Administrator

and in accordance with

the Enactments Reprinting Act 1980]

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TABLE OF PROVISIONS

 

PART 1  —  PRELIMINARY

         1.      Short title

         2.      Commencement

         3.      Repeal

         4.      Crown and Administration bound

         5.      Interpretation

PART 2  —  ADMINISTRATION

         6.      Application for registration as registered association

         7.      Registration

         8.      Register of associations

         9.      Functions of nominees

       10.      Audit

       11.      Suspension or revocation of approval

       12.      Delegation

PART 3  —  PRESCRIBED SCHEMES

       13.      Lotteries

       14.      Fundraising schemes

       15.      Conduct of prescribed scheme by Administration

       16.      Prescribed scheme to be approved

       17.      Application to conduct prescribed scheme

       18.      Approval to conduct prescribed scheme

       19.      Approval to conduct prescribed scheme not required in certain circumstances

       20.      Advertising certain prescribed schemes prohibited

       21.      Sale of tickets in certain prescribed schemes prohibited

       22.      Prohibition of formation of syndicates for purchase of shares in prescribed schemes

       23.      Printing of tickets for certain prescribed schemes prohibited

       24.      Tickets for prescribed schemes

       25.      Supervision of conduct of prescribed schemes

       26.      Special conditions in relation to games of chance

PART 3a  —  INSTANT LOTTERIES AND POOL BETTING SCHEMES

    26A.      Instant lotteries

    26B.      Pool betting schemes

    26C.      Agreements about instant lotteries and pool betting schemes

. . . .

PART 4  —  MISCELLANEOUS

       27.      Falsification of books, etc

       28.      Misappropriation of funds, etc

       29.      Fraudulent drawing, etc

    29A.      Contravention of instant lottery or pool betting scheme agreements

       30.      Offence by officer or nominee

       31.      Evidentiary

       32.      Regulations

       33.      Transitional

   Schedule


 

NORFOLK                            ISLAND

 

 

Lotteries and Fundraising Act 1987

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An Act relating to lotteries, games of chance and fundraising schemes and for related purposes.

 

BE IT ENACTED  by the Legislative Assembly of Norfolk Island as follows —

PART 1  —  PRELIMINARY

Short title

      1.         This Act may be cited as the Lotteries and Fundraising Act 1987.

Commencement

      2.         This Act shall come into operation on a date fixed by the Administrator by notice published in the Gazette.

Repeal

      3.         (1)        The Public and Patriotic Funds Act 1927 is repealed.

                  (2)        The Imperial Acts specified in the Schedule are, to the extent of their application in Norfolk Island, repealed.

Crown and Administration bound

      4.         (1)        This Act binds the Crown in right of Norfolk Island.

                  (2)        This Act binds the Administration.

                  (3)        Nothing in this Act renders the Crown in right of Norfolk Island or the Administration liable to be prosecuted for an offence.

Interpretation

      5.         (1)        In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears —

“approved” means approved by the Minister by instrument in writing;

“association” means a company, organisation, charity, club or association of persons by whatever name called and whether incorporated or unincorporated but does not include the Administration;

. . . .

“fundraising scheme” means a scheme referred to in section 14;

“game of chance” means such games as are prescribed;

“instant lottery” means a lottery referred to in section 26A;

“lottery” means a scheme or arrangement referred to in section 13;

“nominee” means a nominee referred to in subsection 6(1);

“non-profit organisation” means an association that is constituted for a charitable, sporting, educational or other purpose that is not a commercial purpose or the conduct of a business;

 


“person” means a natural person;

“pool betting scheme” means a lottery referred to in section 26B;

“prescribed scheme” means a lottery, game of chance or fund-raising scheme;

“public place” means a place that is open to or used by the public whether or not on payment of a fee and includes —

(a)        a place used by an association whether or not a registered association; and

(b)        licensed premises within the meaning of the Liquor Act 1960;

“registered association” means an association that is registered under section 7.

                  (2)        For the purposes of this Act, a prescribed scheme that is a lottery or game of chance is deemed to be being conducted from the time of the payment of the first subscription or for the first ticket in the prescribed scheme until the time when all the prizes in the prescribed scheme have been distributed.

                  (3)        Nothing in this Act applies to any operation authorised by a licence held by a licensee under —

(a)        the Gaming Act 1998; or

(b)        the Bookmakers Act 1998; or

(c)        any other Act prescribed for the purposes of this subsection.

PART 2  —  ADMINISTRATION

Application for registration as registered association

      6.         (1)        For the purposes of this Act, an association may, by instrument in writing, nominate a person to represent the association.

                  (2)        The nominee may apply to the Minister for registration of the association under this Act.

                  (3)        An application for registration under subsection (2) shall be —

(a)        signed by the nominee;

(b         in accordance with the prescribed form; and

(c)        accompanied by the prescribed fee.

                  (4)        For the purposes of this Act, an application for registration includes an application for renewal of registration.

Registration

      7.         (1)        The Minister may, by instrument in writing, grant, or refuse to grant, registration of an association.

                  (2)        Registration under subsection (1) has effect for the period specified in the instrument being a period expiring not later than 30 June next following the grant of registration.

                  (3)        A registered association may apply before the expiry date referred to in subsection (2) for renewal of the registration.

 

 


 

Register of associations

      8.         (1)        The Minister shall cause to be maintained a register of associations registered under section 7.

                  (2)        The register referred to in subsection (1) shall contain such particulars as are prescribed.

                  (3)        A person may at all reasonable times on request inspect the register and may take a copy or an extract from the register.

Functions of nominees

      9.         (1)        The nominee of an association that is a registered association may carry out a function for the purposes of this Act on behalf of the association.

                  (2)        Anything done or omitted to be done by its nominee shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been done or omitted to be done by the registered association.

                  (3)        The Minister may, on the application of an association that is a registered association, substitute the name of another person as nominee of the association.

Audit

      10.       (1)        The Minister may, by instrument in writing, require a person who, or registered association that, is or has been concerned in the conduct of a prescribed scheme to furnish to the Minister within the period specified in the instrument —

(a)        a statement in writing showing all receipts and disbursements in connection with the prescribed scheme; and

(b)        all books, documents and vouchers relating to the prescribed scheme.

                  (2)        The Minister may retain the statements, books, documents or vouchers that are furnished pursuant to subsection (1) and may cause them to be audited by a person authorised by the Minister for the purpose.

                  (3)        A person authorised under subsection (2) to audit statements, books, documents or vouchers relating to a prescribed scheme may, by instrument in writing, require the person who, or registered association that, is or has been concerned in its conduct, to furnish to the authorised person within the period specified in the instrument, such information in the possession of the person or registered association or to which the person or association has access, and to answer such questions, as the authorised person considers necessary for the purposes of the audit.

                  (4)        An instrument pursuant to this section may be given personally to the person or may be sent by post to the last known place of residence or business of the person or to the address of the registered association.

                  (5)        A person or registered association to whom or to which a requirement is directed under this section shall comply with the requirement.

Penalty:           40 penalty units.

Suspension or revocation of approval

      11.       Where a person or registered association has failed to comply with a requirement of, or made under, this Act the Minister may, by instrument in writing, suspend, for a period not exceeding 6 months, or revoke approval under section 18 to conduct a prescribed scheme.

Delegation

      12.       (1)        The Minister may, by instrument in writing, delegate to a person any of the powers and functions of the Minister under this Act, other than this power of delegation.

                  (2)        A power or function delegated under this section, when exercised or performed by the delegate, shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been exercised or performed by the Minister.

                  (3)        A delegation under this section does not prevent the exercise of a power or the performance of a function by the Minister.

PART 3  —  PRESCRIBED SCHEMES

Lotteries

      13.       (1)        For the purposes of this Act, a prescribed scheme that is a lottery is a scheme or arrangement, whether real or pretended, by which prizes, whether of money or other property, benefit, matter or thing are or are to be, or are represented as capable of being, drawn, thrown or competed for, or gained in any way by lot, dice or other method of chance or by reference to an event or contingency depending on chance, whether the scheme or arrangement is, either in whole or in part, established or conducted or intended or proposed to be established or conducted in Norfolk Island or elsewhere.

                  (2)        For the purposes of this Act, “lottery” includes a raffle but does not include a game of chance.

                  (3)        A scheme or arrangement that involves the distribution of property that is capable of being fairly apportioned among the owners of the property and is proposed, as far as practicable, to be apportioned equally among those owners is not a lottery for the purposes of this Act.

Fundraising schemes

      14.       For the purposes of this Act, a prescribed scheme that is a fund-raising scheme is a scheme, by whatever name called, for raising money for a charitable, sporting, educational or other purpose that is not a commercial purpose or the conduct of a business, whether or not the proceeds are raised for the benefit of particular persons or a class of persons, and includes —

(a)        invitations for, or receipt of, subscriptions; and

(b)        the organisation of a fete, sale or entertainment,

that may be conducted as a single event or as a series of similar events.

Conduct of prescribed scheme by Administration

      15.       (1)        Subject to subsection 26C(6), where the Minister thinks fit, the Minister may, by instrument in writing, authorise a person to conduct a prescribed scheme on behalf of the Administration.

                  (2)        The conduct of a prescribed scheme authorised under subsection (1) shall be in accordance with such conditions as the Minister determines.

Prescribed scheme to be approved

      16.       (1)        A person, whether or not a natural person, or an association, whether or not a registered association, shall not, without first having obtained the approval of the Minister, conduct a prescribed scheme.

Penalty:           20 penalty units.

                  (2)        The Minister may, by instrument in writing published in the Gazette, exempt a person, whether or not a natural person, or an association, whether or not a registered association, from the requirement to obtain approval to conduct a fundraising scheme or a class of fundraising schemes.

                  (3)        Subsection (1) does not apply to —

(a)        a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19; or

(b)        a prescribed scheme conducted in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).

. . . .

Application to conduct prescribed scheme

      17.       (1)        A person or a nominee of a registered association may apply to the Minister for approval for the conduct of a prescribed scheme by that person or registered association.

                  (2)        An application under subsection (1) shall be furnished to the Minister not later than 7 days before the commencement of the conduct of the prescribed scheme and shall —

(a)        be in accordance with the prescribed form ;

(b)        be accompanied by the prescribed fee;

(c)        designate the purpose of the prescribed scheme; and

(d)       specify the arrangements for the allocation of prizes and particulars of the distribution of funds, if any, that may be subscribed or paid in excess of the amount sought to fulfil the purpose referred to in paragraph (c).

Approval to conduct prescribed scheme

      18.       (1)        Subject to subsection 26C(6), on receipt of an application in accordance with subsection 17(2), the Minister may, by instrument in writing, grant or refuse to grant to a person or to a registered association approval to conduct a prescribed scheme.

                  (2)        An approval under subsection (1) is subject to such conditions, if any, as the Minister determines and endorses on the instrument or as are imposed by this Act or prescribed in the Regulations.

                  (3)        It is a condition of approval under subsection (1) that a prize in a prescribed scheme that is not, before the expiration after the completion of the conduct of the prescribed scheme of 3 months or such longer period as the Minister specifies, claimed by the person entitled to the prize or a person authorised by the first-mentioned person to claim the prize, shall be dealt with in such manner as the Minister directs.

                  (4)        Where under subsection (1) the Minister grants approval for the conduct of a prescribed scheme, the approval is subject to such conditions, if any, imposing requirements or prohibitions on the person or registered association conducting the prescribed scheme as the Minister thinks necessary to ensure that the prescribed scheme will be properly conducted and the interests of participants in the prescribed scheme will be adequately protected.

                  (5)        Where under subsection (1) the Minister grants approval for a prescribed scheme that is a game of chance or a fund-raising scheme, the approval has effect for the period specified in the instrument, being a period expiring not later than 30 June next following the grant of approval.

                  (6)        A person or a nominee may apply before the expiry date referred to in subsection (5) for a renewal of the approval to conduct a session or sessions of games of chance or a fundraising scheme.

                  (7)        The grant of approval to a registered association to conduct a prescribed scheme ceases to be applicable if the registration of the association has not been renewed or is cancelled or revoked.

Approval to conduct prescribed scheme not required in certain circumstances

      19.       Where a registered association that is —

(a)        a non-profit organisation; or

(b)        an organisation that is not established solely for the purpose of conducting a prescribed scheme,

proposes to conduct a prescribed scheme —

(c)        from one location;

(d)       within a period not exceeding 24 hours; and

(e)        in which the aggregate value of prizes does not exceed $100 or such sum as is prescribed,

approval under section 18 to conduct the prescribed scheme is not required.

Advertising certain prescribed schemes prohibited

      20.       A person, whether or not a natural person, shall not —

(a)        print or publish, or cause or permit to be printed or published; or

(b)        display, or cause or permit to be displayed, in a public place or in a place that is visible from a public place,

an advertisement, sign or notice relating to a prescribed scheme other than an approved prescribed scheme, a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19, or a prescribed scheme conducted in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).

Penalty:           20 penalty units.

Sale of tickets in certain prescribed schemes prohibited

      21.       A person shall not sell or offer for sale a ticket or a share in a ticket, or accept money in respect of the purchase of a ticket or share in a ticket, in a prescribed scheme other than an approved prescribed scheme, a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19, or a prescribed scheme conducted in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).

Penalty:           20 penalty units.

Prohibition of formation of syndicates for purchase of shares in prescribed schemes

      22.       A person shall not —

(a)        for gain or reward, promote, or take part in the formation of, a syndicate for the purchase of a ticket, or a share in a ticket, in a prescribed scheme; or


(b)        advertise, or cause or permit an advertisement to be printed or published, that the person or another person is prepared to receive money for a ticket, or for a share in a ticket, purchased or to be purchased in a prescribed scheme,

other than an approved prescribed scheme, a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19 or a prescribed scheme conducted in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).

Penalty:           20 penalty units.

Printing of tickets for certain prescribed schemes prohibited

      23.       A person shall not print, or cause or permit to be printed, a ticket in connection with a prescribed scheme other than an approved prescribed scheme, a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19 or a prescribed scheme conducted in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).

Penalty:           20 penalty units.

Tickets for prescribed schemes

      24.       (1)        Where the total amount of money to be paid for tickets in a prescribed scheme approved under section 18 exceeds $3000 or such sum as is prescribed, the tickets shall be printed specially for the purpose of that prescribed scheme.

                  (2)        The tickets referred to in subsection (1) shall have printed on them such information as is prescribed.

Supervision of conduct of prescribed schemes

      25.       (1)        Where it appears to the Minister to be desirable for the purpose of protecting the interests of participants that the conduct of a prescribed scheme should be supervised, the Minister may, by instrument in writing, authorise a person to supervise the conduct of the prescribed scheme.

                  (2)        A person authorised under subsection (1) may —

(a)        enter a place in which a prescribed scheme is being, or is to be, conducted; and

(b)        give to persons who have been or become concerned in its conduct such directions in relation to the conduct of the prescribed scheme as the authorised person thinks necessary to ensure as far as possible that the interests of the participants are protected.

                  (3)        A person shall not, on being shown the instrument of authority given under subsection (1) —

(a)        hinder or obstruct the authorised person in the exercise of powers under this section; or

(b)        contravene or fail to comply with a direction given to the person under subsection (2).

Penalty:           40 penalty units.


Special conditions in relation to games of chance

      26.       (1)        Approval of an application to conduct a prescribed scheme that is a game of chance is subject to the conditions that —

(a)        the maximum value of a single prize in a game of chance shall not exceed the prescribed amount; and

(b)        no payment shall be made by the person or registered association conducting the game of chance to any person by way of salary, wages, commission or other remuneration from the proceeds of the sale of tickets for the game of chance or from any other source in connection with the conduct of the game of chance.

PART 3A  —  INSTANT LOTTERIES AND POOL BETTING SCHEMES

Instant lotteries

      26A.    (1)        For the purposes of this Act, an instant lottery is a lottery in which a person pays or becomes liable to pay stake money in exchange for a thing that can be manipulated to reveal immediately whether or not a prize has been won.

                  (2)        A gaming machine within the meaning of the Gaming Machines Act 1986 is not an instant lottery for the purposes of this Act.

Pool betting schemes

      26B.    (1)        For the purposes of this Act, a pool betting scheme is a lottery in which a group of persons bet, otherwise than at fixed odds, on terms that the amount of a prize is wholly or partly determined by reference to the total amount of stake money paid or payable by the persons who constitute the group.

                  (2)        A lottery referred to in subsection (1) is not a pool betting scheme for the purposes of this Act if —

(a)        no more than 100 persons constitute the group and the total amount of stake money paid or payable by the persons who constitute the group does not exceed a sum equal to 50 fee units; or

(b)        the lottery is a prescribed scheme referred to in section 19.

. . . .

Agreements about instant lotteries and pool betting schemes

      26C.    (1)        The Minister may, on behalf of the Administration, enter into an agreement with a person or association, whether or not a registered association, under which the person or association with whom or which the agreement is made is authorised to conduct in Norfolk Island, personally or by agent, an instant lottery or pool betting scheme.

                  (2)        Subject to this section, an agreement under subsection (1) may be made on such terms as the Minister, in the Minister's discretion, thinks fit.

                  (3)        Without limiting the generality of subsection (2), an agreement under subsection (1) may include a term —

(a)        that the person or association with whom or which the agreement is made shall have the exclusive right to conduct in Norfolk Island, personally or by agent, instant lotteries or pool betting schemes, or both, during the period for which the agreement has effect; and


(b)        that the Administration shall be an agent, or the only agent, in Norfolk Island of the person or association with whom or which the agreement is made.

                  (4)        The Minister shall not enter into an agreement under subsection (1) in respect of a pool betting scheme lawfully conducted under the law of a State or another Territory, other than a pool betting scheme in which winners are determined wholly by reference to the results of soccer football matches, except in accordance with an arrangement made between the Minister and the responsible Minister of the State or Territory.

                  (5)        If an arrangement referred to in subsection (4) ceases to have effect, an agreement under subsection (1) to which the arrangement relates also ceases to have effect.

                  (6)        The Minister shall not —

(a)        authorise under section 15 a person to conduct a prescribed scheme on behalf of the Administration; or

(b)        grant approval under section 18 for a person or registered association to conduct a prescribed scheme,

where —

(c)        the prescribed scheme is an instant lottery or pool betting scheme; and

(d)       the authorisation or approval would be inconsistent with an agreement in force under subsection (1).

. . . .

PART 4  —  MISCELLANEOUS

Falsification of books, etc

      27.       A person, whether or not a natural person, shall not, with intent to defraud or deceive another person —

(a)        alter or falsify a book, document or voucher;

(b)        make a false or fraudulent entry in a book, document or voucher; or

(c)        omit a material particular from a book, document or voucher,

relating to a prescribed scheme under this Act.

Penalty:           40 penalty units.

Misappropriation of funds, etc

      28.       (1)        A person, whether or not a natural person, who is concerned in the conduct of a prescribed scheme under this Act shall not convert to the person’s own use any of the money subscribed to, or any of the prizes in, the prescribed scheme.

Penalty:           40 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months.

                  (2)        This section does not apply to money received by a person, whether or not a natural person, by way of profit, commission or dividend in accordance with an agreement under subsection 26C(1).


Fraudulent drawing, etc

      29.       A person shall not, with intent to defraud, conduct a prescribed scheme under this Act, in such a manner or under such conditions that the chances of winning prizes are not equally favourable to all participants in the prescribed scheme.

Penalty:           40 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months.

Contravention of instant lottery or pool betting scheme agreements

      29A.    (1)        A person, whether or not a natural person, who is concerned in the conduct of a prescribed scheme that is the subject of an agreement under subsection 26C(1) shall not knowingly contravene a condition or requirement of the agreement.

Penalty:        40 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months.

. . . .

Offence by officer or nominee

      30.       Where a director, manager, officer, president, treasurer, secretary or nominee for the purposes of this Act, of a registered association knowingly authorises or permits an act or omission that is an offence under this Act, that person is, without prejudice to the liability of the registered association or of another person, guilty of the offence.

Evidentiary

      31.       In any proceedings, a certificate signed by the Minister —

(a)        specifying that authorisation under section 15 or approval under section 18 has been granted for the conduct of a prescribed scheme mentioned in the certificate, and specifying the conditions, if any, subject to which authorisation or approval was granted; or

(b)        specifying that authorisation to conduct a prescribed scheme has been given under an agreement under subsection 26C(1), and specifying the terms of the agreement,

is evidence of the matters specified.

Regulations

      32.       (1)        The Administrator may make Regulations, not inconsistent with this Act, prescribing matters —

(a)        required or permitted by this Act to be prescribed; or

(b)        necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to this Act.

                  (2)        Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the Regulations may prescribe —

(a)        different terms and conditions for approvals of different classes of prescribed schemes;

(b)        different fees for approvals of different classes of prescribed schemes;

(c)        terms and conditions, including conditions requiring the payment of a percentage of the proceeds to the Administration, of approval of the conduct wholly or partly in a place other than Norfolk Island of a prescribed scheme organised or arranged in Norfolk Island; and

(d)       penalties not exceeding 10 penalty units for a contravention of, or failure to comply with, the regulations.

Transitional

      33.       (1)        Notwithstanding section 3, and subject to subsection (2), the Act and Imperial Acts referred to in that section continue to apply, according to their tenor, to a prescribed scheme that is being conducted at the commencement of this Act, and this Act does not apply to or in relation to such a prescribed scheme.

                  (2)        This section shall cease to have effect after the expiration of 3 months after the commencement of this Act.

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                                                 SCHEDULE                                  Section 3

Imperial Acts repealed in their application to Norfolk Island

(1698) 10 & 11 William III c. 23  -  Supression of Lotteries

(1732) 6 George II c. 35  -  The Lotteries Act 1732

(1738-9) 12 George II c. 28  -  The Gaming Act 1738

(1739-40) 13 George II c. 19  -  The Gaming Act 1739

(1744-5) 18 George II c. 34  -  The Gaming Act 1744

(1802) 42 George III c. 119  -  The Gaming Act 1802

(1806) 46 George III c. 148  -  The Lotteries Act 1806

(1823) 4 George IV c. 60  -  The Lotteries Act 1823

 

NOTES

The Lotteries and Fundraising Act 1987 as shown in this consolidation comprises Act No. 3 of 1987 and amendments as indicated in the Tables below.

Enactment

Number

and year

Date of

commencement

Application saving or transitional provision

 

 

 

 

Lotteries and Fundraising Act 1987

3, 1987

14.5.87

33

 

 

 

 

Lotteries and Fundraising Amendment Act 1988

16, 1988

1.7.88

 

 

 

 

 

Lotteries and Fundraising Amendment Act 1996

1, 1996

16.2.96

 

 

 

 

 

Lotteries and Fundraising Amendment Act 1998

11, 1998

18.6.98

 

 

 

 

 

[Previously consolidated as at 6 September 2004]

 

 

 

 

Interpretation (Amendment) Act 2012

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

14, 2012

28.12.12

 

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Table of Amendments

ad =    added or inserted

am = amended

rep = repealed

rs =      repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

 

 

 

 

 

5

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

11

am

16, 1988

15(1)

am

16, 1988

16(3)

am

16, 1988;  11, 1998

 

rs

  1, 1996

16(3)(c)

rep

11, 1998

18(1)

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

20

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

21

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

22

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

23

am

16, 1988;  1, 1996;  11, 1998

24(1)

am

16, 1988

26A

ad

16, 1988

26B

ad

16, 1988

 

am

11, 1998

26B(2)(c)

ad

  1, 1996

26C

ad

16, 1988

26D

ad

  1, 1996

 

rep

11, 1998

26E

ad

  1, 1996

 

rep

11, 1998

26F

ad

  1, 1996

 

rep

11, 1998

28(2)

ad

16, 1988

29A

ad

16, 1988

29A(2)

ad

  1, 1996

 

rep

11, 1998

31

rs

16, 1988

 

 

 

 

 

 

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