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Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations

Authoritative Version
SR 1944 No 186 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to SR 1995 No. 291
Administered by: Treasury
Start Date 10 Oct 1995
End Date 02 May 2015
Date of repeal 02 May 2015
Repealed by Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulation 2015

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS



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Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations

Statutory Rules 1944 No. 186 as amended
made under the
Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911
This compilation was prepared on 10 July 2002
taking into account amendments up to SR 1995 No. 291
Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney-General's Department, Canberra

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
Part I Preliminary

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- REG 1
Citation [see Note 1]

These Regulations may be cited as the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations.

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- REG 2
Repeal

The Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations (comprising Statutory Rules 1927, No. 157; 1928, Nos. 29 and 61; 1931, Nos. 17, 102 and 151; 1932, Nos. 71 and 135; 1934, Nos. 8 and 123; 1935, No. 128; 1936, No. 72; 1938, No. 50; 1940, No. 40; and 1942, No. 227) are repealed.

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- REG 3
Parts

These Regulations are divided into Parts, as follows:

Part I — Preliminary (Regulations 1-6)

Part II — Provisions Relating to Stock (Regulations 6A-42)

Part III — Provisions Relating to Bearer Securities

(Regulations 43-54)

Part IV — Powers of Attorney (Regulations 55-58)

Part V — Miscellaneous (Regulations 59-70).

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Interpretation

In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears:

approved form means a form approved by the Treasurer.

bearer security means a security other than stock.

bond means Treasury Bond.

owner means an owner of stock or the owners of stock in a joint account.

security means a security under the Act.

stock ledger means a Stock Ledger at a Registry as referred to in section 15 of the Act.

the Act means the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911.

the Secretary means the Secretary to the Department of the Treasury.

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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 5
Forms

(1)
In these Regulations, any reference to a Form shall be read as a reference to a Form in the Schedule to these Regulations.

(2)
Where these Regulations require the use of any Form, any Form to the like effect approved by the Treasurer may be used.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 6
Hours of business at Registries

Each Registry shall be open for the transaction of business on such days and during such hours as the Treasurer determines.

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- REG 6AA
Prescribed person for purposes of definition of certified
copy

For the purposes of the definition of certified copy in section 3 of the Act, each of the following persons is a prescribed person:

(a)
a barrister or solicitor;

(b)
a stockbroker;

(c)
a justice of the peace for a State or a Territory;

(d)
a Notary Public for a State or a Territory;

(e)
any other person having authority to administer an oath in a State or a Territory.

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Part II Provisions relating to stock

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- REG 6A
Prescribed stock for the purposes of subsection 4 (1)

For the purposes of subsection 4 (1) of the Act, the following stock is prescribed:

(a)
Australian Savings Bonds;

(b)
Treasury Indexed Bonds;

(c)
Treasury Bills;

(d)
Treasury Bonds;

(e)
Treasury Notes.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 7
Applications for stock

(1)
An application to purchase stock, except where the application is made on a form accompanying a prospectus calling for subscriptions by public tender, shall be in accordance with Form 1.

(3)
In the case of a joint account, the application shall set forth the names in the order in which they are to appear in the stock ledger.

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- REG 8
Receipt for application

In respect of an application that has not been rejected, upon receipt of the application and purchase money, the Registrar shall issue a receipt in writing.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 10
Entries in stock ledger

(1)
There shall be entered in the stock ledger in relation to all stock issued under the Act:

(a)
the name and description of each owner of the stock;

(b)
an address to which certificates, receipts, other documents and moneys relating to the stock are to be forwarded; and

(c)
the usual residential address of the owner or, in the case of a joint account, of the owner whose name is first inscribed in the stock ledger.

(2)
Where an address referred to in paragraph (1) (b) or (c) is changed, notice of the change shall be given in writing to the Registrar by:

(a)
in the case of a joint account — the owner of the stock whose name is first inscribed in the stock ledger; or

(b)
in any other case — the owner of the stock in relation to which the address is entered.

(3)
Upon receipt of the notice given under subregulation (2), the Registrar shall record the change of address in the stock ledger.

(4)
Where, in the case of a joint account, the joint owners give instructions under paragraph 24B (1) (b) in relation to the notice of the change of address, the Registrar is to give effect to those instructions.

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- REG 11
Inscription of stock in the name of an infant solely

(1)
Stock may be inscribed in the name of an infant solely, and an infant may transfer stock, but if the infant has not attained the age of fourteen years, the stock shall not be transferred, and bearer securities shall not be issued in exchange therefor without the consent of the infant's parent or guardian.

(2)
Bearer securities issued in exchange for stock inscribed in the name of such an infant may be delivered by the Registrar to the infant's parent or guardian whose receipt shall be a valid discharge.

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- REG 12
Re-payment of principal where stock inscribed in names of infant
and adult

(1)
Where stock is inscribed in the name of an infant jointly with one or more other persons, the principal may, if the infant has attained the age of fourteen years, be paid to the infant jointly with the other person or persons in whose names the stock is inscribed.

(2)
Where the infant has not attained the age of fourteen years the principal may be paid to the infant's parent or guardian jointly with the other person or persons in whose names the stock is inscribed.

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- REG 14
Inscription of stock in names of banks

(1)
Where an applicant for the purchase of bearer securities requests that the bearer securities be delivered to a bank (including a savings bank), the equivalent amount of stock may, on application by the bank in writing, be inscribed in the name of the bank, but nothing in this regulation shall affect any obligation of a bank to deliver bearer securities to the purchaser thereof.

(2)
Where an applicant for the purchase of stock requests that the stock be inscribed in the name of a bank (including a savings bank), the stock may, on application by the bank in writing, be inscribed in the name of the bank.

(3)
Nothing in subregulation (2) affects any obligation of a bank to transfer stock to the purchaser thereof.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 15A
Inscription of stock in names of unincorporated
associations

(1)
Stock may be inscribed in the name of an unincorporated association that:

(a)
has a name; and

(b)
has a written constitution or written rules of association.

(2)
Before stock is inscribed in the name of an unincorporated association, there shall be furnished to the Registrar:

(a)
a copy of its constitution or rules of association; and

(b)
the names and addresses of its officers who have been appointed in accordance with its constitution or rules of association.

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- REG 16
Application by Friendly Societies, unincorporated associations
etc

(1)
An application by an unincorporated association or by a Friendly Society, Trade Union, or any branch thereof, for inscribed stock shall be in accordance with Form 1 or in accordance with the form accompanying the prospectus of a loan in respect of which the application is made, or in accordance with Form 15 or Form 33, and shall contain the particulars specified in the form.

(2)
Whenever an application for stock is made by an unincorporated association or by a Friendly Society, Trade Union or any branch thereof, or a transfer of stock to an unincorporated association or a Friendly Society, Trade Union or any branch thereof is delivered to the Registrar, there shall be furnished to the Registrar a certificate in accordance with an approved form, unless the Registrar is already in possession of such a certificate.

(3)
Whenever any change occurs in the persons authorized in accordance with the form approved under subregulation (2), there shall be furnished to the Registrar a fresh certificate in accordance with that form.

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- REG 16A
Inscription of stock in name of trustee

Where, under section 19 of the Act, stock is inscribed in the name of a trustee as trustee of a specified trust, the Registrar may, when specifying the trust, do so in a manner that is convenient for the purpose of that inscription.

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- REG 18
Correction of mistakes

(1)
Where the Registrar is satisfied, on request in writing to correct a mistake in the stock ledger, that any stock is inscribed incorrectly owing to a mistake in a request for inscription or transfer, or for any other reason, the Registrar may amend the stock ledger.

(2)
If the Registrar so requires, a statutory declaration as to the circumstances shall be furnished.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 19
Specimen signatures

(1)
The Registrar must obtain a specimen signature for each stock owner.

(2)
The Registrar may require:


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(a)
a document to be signed before an officer of a Registry; or

(b)
a signature to be witnessed.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 20
Inspection of stock ledgers

An owner or part owner of stock shall be at liberty at all reasonable times to inspect his account of stock in the stock ledger, upon request made in writing to the Registrar.

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- REG 22
Notification of inscription of stock etc

(1)
Upon inscribing stock or cancelling the inscription of stock in the name of a person, a Registrar shall, unless the person signifies in writing that he or she does not require such notification, notify the person accordingly in writing.

(2)
Where stock is inscribed in a stock ledger in the names of persons as joint owners or the inscription of stock in a stock ledger in the names of persons as joint owners is cancelled, it is sufficient compliance with the last preceding subregulation if the person whose name is first inscribed is notified.

(3)
This regulation does not apply in relation to the inscription, or the cancellation of the inscription, of stock for the purposes of the redemption, transmission or conversion of stock.

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- REG 22A
Form of certificate of proprietorship of stock

(2)
A certificate of the proprietorship of stock issued under section 17 of the Act shall be in accordance with an approved form.

(3)
A Registrar shall keep a record of each certificate issued by him under section 17 of the Act.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 23
Transfers of stock within a Registry

(1)
The transfer of stock from one person to another within a Registry may be made by an instrument of transfer and acceptance, in accordance with Form 15, executed by both parties and registered at the Registry.

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- REG 24B
Dealings by joint owners

(1)
Where:

(a)
stock is inscribed in the names of 2 or more persons, not being or including persons who are infants or under a legal disability, as joint owners; and

(b)
the joint owners give instructions in writing to the Registrar in accordance with the approved form that:

(i)
any notice under subregulation 10 (2); or
(ii)
any transfer under regulation 23; or
(iv)
any request in respect of the payment of interest under regulation 32; or
(v)
any application for the issue of bearer securities in exchange for stock under regulation 41;

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if signed by any one or more of the joint owners of the stock, is to be valid and effectual for all purposes as if signed by all of the joint owners;

the Registrar shall give effect to the instructions.

(2)
The instructions may be cancelled by one or more of the joint owners by notification in writing to the Registrar.

(3)
A cancellation does not have effect until it is received by the Registrar.

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- REG 25
Death of sole owner of stock

Upon production to the Registrar of probate of the will or letters of administration of the estate of the sole owner of any stock and, if required by the Registrar, a declaration by some person approved by the Registrar as to the identity of the deceased person as the owner, the Registrar may record the death of the owner in the stock ledger.

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- REG 25A
Prescribed amount of stock for purposes of section 29 of the
Act

For the purposes of subsection (2) of section 29 of the Act, the prescribed amount of stock is an amount of $20,000.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 26
Death of joint owner of stock

Upon production to the Registrar of probate of the will, letters of administration of the estate or certificate of death of one of the joint owners of stock and, if required by the Registrar, a declaration by some person approved by the Registrar as to the identity of the deceased as the owner, the stock shall be registered in the name of the survivor or survivors.

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- REG 27
Exhibition of probates etc

(1)
All probates, letters of administration, orders of sequestration, vesting orders and other like orders shall be exhibited at the Registry at least two clear days before the stock affected by them may be dealt with.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 28
Transmission applications

(1)
A transmission application shall be in accordance with Form 22.

(2)
Where, upon an application pursuant to subregulation (1), a transmission is registered the Registrar shall, as soon as practicable, inform the applicant by notice in writing accordingly.

(2A)
Where on a transmission stock is inscribed in the names of persons as joint owners, it is sufficient compliance with the last preceding subregulation if a notice is forwarded to the applicant whose name is first inscribed.

(3)
The Registrar may require the signature of persons who claim transmission of stock by virtue of their appointment as executors, administrators or trustees to be verified to his satisfaction.

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- REG 29
Transfer of stock to Public Curator etc

Where the Treasurer is satisfied that stock is inscribed in the name of a person whose property is required by law to be administered by a Public Curator or other officer charged with the duty of administering the estates of missing persons or persons under disability (other than bankruptcy or insolvency), the Treasurer may, upon receiving such indemnity from the Public Curator or other officer as he thinks necessary, authorize the transfer of the stock to the name of the Public Curator or other officer.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 30
Section 27 of the Act not to apply in relation to certain
transactions

Section 27 of the Act does not apply in relation to the following transactions:

(a)
a transaction relating to stock that has been issued on terms and conditions that do not include a term or condition that the owner of the stock is entitled to payment of interest at a specified rate or rates;

(b)
a transaction relating to the redemption of stock that has been issued on terms and conditions including a term or condition that the stock is redeemable at the option of the owner.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 31
Marked transfers

(1)
The Registrar may mark a transfer of stock which has been properly executed by the transferor with words to the effect that stock is held against the transfer for a period specified in the marking.

(2)
Where any transfer is so marked, the Registrar may refuse to give effect to any dealing in stock to which the transfer relates during the period specified in the marking except in pursuance of the marked transfer.

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- REG 32
Payment of interest

(1)
Subject to this regulation, interest on stock shall be paid by post:

(a)
where a request is made in accordance with subregulation (5) — to the person or persons specified in that request;

(ab)
where an instruction is given under paragraph 24B (1) (b) — to the person or persons specified in that instruction; or

(b)
where no such request is made or instruction is given — to the owner or, in the case of a joint account, to the owner whose name is inscribed first in the stock ledger.

(2)
Where the terms and conditions on which stock is issued and sold allow, and upon a request being made in accordance with subregulation (5), interest may be paid into a bank account, including a savings bank account, or into an account with another financial institution approved by the Treasurer.

(3)
Without limiting the means by which interest may be paid into an account in accordance with subregulation (2), interest shall be taken to be paid into an account under that subregulation if:

(a)
the interest is paid to a person authorized to receive payment by the bank or other financial institution with which the account is maintained together with a direction for payment by that person to the bank or other financial institution for crediting to that account; and

(b)
that person gives effect to the direction accordingly.

(4)
If the Registrar receives a request referred to in subregulation
(1)
or (2) less than 7 clear days before the day on which the next interest is due for payment, the Registrar need not comply with the request until after the interest is paid.

(5)
A request referred to in subregulation (1) or (2) shall be made in writing and signed by the owner of the stock or, in the case of a joint account, subject to any instructions given under subregulation 24B, by all the owners or by the owner whose name is inscribed first in the stock ledger.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 35
Requests to remain in force until cancelled or varied

A request under regulation 32 of these Regulations shall remain in force until cancelled or varied.

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- REG 36
Change of address

(1)
Any change of address of the person to whom an interest cheque is sent shall be notified at once to the Registrar.

(2)
If the Registrar receives a notification less than 7 clear days before the day on which the next interest is due for payment, the Registrar need not act on the notification until after the interest is paid.

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- REG 37
Payment of interest where infant is sole owner

Interest on stock inscribed in the name of an infant solely shall be paid as directed by him, but if the infant has not attained the age of fourteen years, interest may be paid at the discretion of the Registrar to the infant's parent or guardian, whose receipt shall be a valid discharge.

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- REG 38
Payment of interest where infant is joint owner

(1)
Where stock is inscribed in the name of an infant jointly with one or more other persons, the interest thereon may, if the infant has attained the age of fourteen years, be paid to the infant jointly with that other person or those other persons.

(2)
Where the infant has not attained the age of fourteen years the interest may be paid to the infant's parent or guardian jointly with that other person or those other persons.

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- REG 39
Payment of interest where person under disability is joint
owner

Where stock is inscribed in the name of:

(a)
an infant; or

(b)
a person under legal disability by reason of the state of his or her mind;

jointly with other persons not under legal disability, interest on the stock may be paid as directed by the other persons not under legal disability, and without the concurrence of the infant or the person referred to in paragraph (b), upon sufficient proof of legal disability being lodged with the Registrar.

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- REG 40
Redemption of interminable stock

If stock has been made interminable, the Treasurer, or a person appointed for the purpose by the Treasurer, must give to the holder of the stock 7 clear days' notice in writing of its redemption.

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- REG 41
Issue of bearer securities in exchange for stock

(1)
An application for the issue of bearer securities in exchange for stock shall be in accordance with Form 26.

(2)
Bearer securities issued in exchange for stock shall be issued on the same terms and conditions (including terms and conditions, if any, as to interest) as those on which the stock was issued.

(3)
Before bearer securities are issued in exchange for stock, the Registrar shall cause any overdue interest coupons to be cut off and cancelled.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 42
Exchange of bearer securities for stock in name of infants
etc

(1)
Subject to subregulation (1A), where stock is inscribed in the name of:

(a)
an infant; or

(b)
a person under legal disability by reason of the state of his or her mind (in this regulation referred to as a relevant person);

jointly with other persons not under legal disability, bearer securities shall not be issued in exchange for the stock except in pursuance of an order of:

(c)
a Justice of the High Court; or

(d)
a Judge of the Supreme Court of a State or Territory.

(1A)
Where a person is authorised under a law of a State or Territory to administer the estate of a relevant person, bearer securities may be issued in exchange for stock inscribed in the name of the relevant person jointly with other persons not under legal disability upon receipt of an application in accordance with Form 26 signed:

(a)
by the first-mentioned person on behalf of the relevant person; and

(b)
by the persons not under legal disability.

(2)
Where an order has been made by a Justice of the High Court or a Judge of the Supreme Court of a State or Territory in relation to stock which is inscribed in the name of a relevant person jointly with other persons not under any legal disability, it shall not be necessary for an application in accordance with Form 26 for the issue of bearer securities in exchange for that stock to be signed by or on behalf of the relevant person.

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Part III Provisions relating to bearer securities

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- REG 43
Treasury Bonds

Treasury Bonds, with coupons attached, shall be in accordance with Form 28.

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- REG 46
Treasury Bills

Treasury Bills in accordance with Form 32 may be issued under section 51A of the Act.

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- REG 46A
Prescribed securities for the purposes of section 51A of the
Act

(1)
Securities in accordance with Form 32A or Form 32B to be known as Special Bonds, are prescribed securities for the purposes of section 51A of the Act.

(2)
Securities in accordance with Form 32C to be known as Australian Savings Bonds are prescribed securities for the purposes of section 51A of the Act.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 47
Certain provisions of Treasury Bills Act not to apply to Treasury
Bonds, Debentures and prescribed securities

(1)
Paragraphs (c), (e) and (f) of section 4 of the Treasury Bills Act 1914 shall not apply to Treasury Bonds, Debentures, Special Bonds and Australian Savings Bonds.

(2)
Paragraphs (c) and (e) of that section shall not apply to Treasury Bills issued under section 51A of the Act.

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- REG 48
Treasury Note to be prescribed security

(1)
A security in accordance with Form 39A, to be known as a Treasury Note, is a prescribed security for the purposes of section 51A of the Act.

(2)
Treasury Notes shall be numbered in such manner as the Treasurer approves.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 49
Application of Treasury Bills Act to Treasury Notes

Sections 4, 8 and 8A of the Treasury Bills Act 1914 do not apply in relation to a Treasury Note.

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- REG 49A
Issue of stock in exchange for bearer securities

(1)
An application for the issue of stock in exchange for bearer securities shall be in accordance with Form 33.

(2)
Stock issued in exchange for bearer securities shall be issued on the same terms and conditions (including terms and conditions, if any, as to interest) as those on which the bearer securities were issued.

(3)
A Registrar shall issue a receipt in writing for bearer securities lodged with him in exchange for stock and shall keep a record of the receipts so issued.

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- REG 49B
Exchange of bearer securities

Upon application in accordance with an approved form, a bearer security may be surrendered at a Registry in exchange for another bearer security or other bearer securities to be issued at a Registry on the same terms and conditions as those on which the first-mentioned bearer security was issued.

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- REG 50
Exchange of bearer securities at different Registries

(1)
Upon application in accordance with an approved form, a bearer security may be surrendered at a Registry in exchange for another bearer security or other bearer securities to be issued at another Registry on the same terms and conditions as those on which the first-mentioned bearer security was issued.

(2)
On receipt of the bearer securities surrendered, the Registrar receiving the bearer securities shall notify the Registrar at the other Registry in writing that bearer securities may be issued in exchange for the bearer securities so surrendered.

(3)
The Commonwealth shall not be under any legal liability for any delay in issuing bearer securities under this regulation.

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- REG 51
Coupons on exchanged bonds

Bearer securities issued in exchange for other bearer securities under either of the last two preceding regulations shall have attached thereto coupons equivalent to the coupons attached to the bearer securities surrendered.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 51A
Surrender by banks of War Savings and Savings Certificates held in
safe custody

(1)
A bank which holds Treasury Bonds known as War Savings Certificates or Savings Certificates in safe custody for a person may surrender those bonds to a Registrar.

(2)
A bank which surrenders bonds in pursuance of the last preceding subregulation shall be entitled to a certificate, in accordance with Form 38A, equivalent in face value to the total face value of the bonds surrendered, and the Registrar shall issue the certificate accordingly.

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- REG 54
Delivery of bearer securities on behalf of a deceased
person

(1)
Upon the death of a person who is entitled to receive from a Registrar any bearer securities not exceeding a face value of $20,000, the Treasurer may authorize the delivery of the bearer securities to such person as he thinks fit.

(2)
No person shall have any claim against the Commonwealth in respect of any bearer securities delivered under this regulation but nothing in this regulation shall relieve the person to whom the bearer securities are delivered to account for or deal with the bearer securities in accordance with law.

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Part IV Powers of attorney

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 55
Prescribed form of power of attorney

(1)
A power of attorney may be in accordance with an approved form.

(2)
A power of attorney in accordance with the form approved under subregulation (1) shall be executed and attested in accordance with the instructions contained in that form.

(3)
A power of attorney that relates to stock inscribed in the names of two or more persons jointly shall be signed by both or all of those persons.

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- REG 57
Power of attorney to be left for notation

(1)
A power of attorney must be left at a Registry for notation at least 2 clear days before it is to be acted upon.

(2)
The Registrar must make, and keep, a copy of a power of attorney that is left at a Registry for notation.

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- REG 58
Action on powers of attorney

(1)
If the Registrar is satisfied that a power of attorney has been properly executed and attested, and that the signatures thereto are genuine, the Registrar may act upon the authority contained therein.

(2)
In case of doubt, the Registrar shall forward a notice in writing of intention to act under subregulation (1) to the owner of the stock, and the Registrar shall not act under the power of attorney until he is satisfied that there is no objection thereto.

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Part V Miscellaneous

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- REG 59
Duties of Registrar

A Registrar shall exercise his powers and functions in accordance with the Act and these Regulations and with such instructions as are given to him by the Secretary.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 60
Safe custody of securities

It shall be the duty of a Registrar to take steps to secure the safe custody of all bearer securities, and of all books, forms and other records relating to securities, in his charge, and no person other than an officer of the Registry acting in the course of his duty shall, unless so authorized by the Secretary, be permitted to have access thereto.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 61
Secrecy

An officer of a Registry shall not divulge any information coming to his knowledge in the course of his duties, except as authorized by the Act, by these Regulations or by the Secretary, or except as required by law.

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- REG 62
Sealing of documents by bodies corporate

(1)
All instruments under these Regulations executed by a body corporate shall be duly sealed and the Registrar may require proof that such an instrument has been so sealed.

(2)
For the purposes of subregulation (1), where:

(a)
a document bears what appears to be an impression of the seal of a body corporate; and

(b)
the affixing of that impression of the seal appears to have been attested by 2 persons, one of whom purports to have signed as a director of the body corporate and the other of whom purports to have signed as a director or secretary of the body corporate;

the Registrar may regard the document as having been duly sealed by the body corporate.

(3)
Subregulation (2) does not apply in relation to a document if the Registrar knows, or has reason to suspect, that the document has not been duly sealed by the body corporate.

(4)
Except where the Registrar has reason to suspect that a document has not been duly sealed by a body corporate, the Registrar is not required to examine any other document held in a Registry that purports to have been duly sealed by the body corporate at an earlier time.

(5)
A reference in subregulation (1) to instruments under these Regulations executed by a body corporate includes a reference to applications under these Regulations made by a body corporate.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 63
Delivery of securities through a bank or postmaster

(1)
A Registrar may, where he considers it desirable to do so, arrange for bearer securities which cannot conveniently be delivered personally to the owner thereof at the Registry, to be delivered to the owner through a bank or postmaster.

(2)
The owner shall furnish to the Registrar a receipt for bearer securities so delivered.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 64
Notice of dealing

Where for any reason the Registrar considers it desirable to do so, he may, before giving effect to any transaction in connexion with stock, forward to the owner a notice in writing of intention to give effect to the transaction and shall not give effect to the transaction until he is satisfied that there is no objection thereto.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 65
Delegation of Treasurer's Powers

(1)
The Treasurer may, in writing under his hand, delegate to any other person any of his powers and functions under these Regulations except this power of delegation.

(2)
Every delegation under this regulation shall be revocable at will, and no such delegation shall prevent or affect the exercise of any power or function by the Treasurer.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 66
Replacement of defaced bearer securities

(1)
Sections 9 and 10 of the Treasury Bills Act 1914 do not apply to bearer securities or to coupons issued in connexion with bearer securities.

(2)
Subject to subregulation (5), where a bearer security has been defaced before it is paid off, the Treasurer shall, upon the owner surrendering the defaced bearer security, authorize the issue to the owner of a bearer security on the same terms and conditions as those on which the defaced bearer security was issued.

(3)
A bearer security issued under subregulation (2) shall have attached to it interest coupons equivalent to the interest coupons that were attached to the surrendered bearer security at the time of surrender.

(4)
Subject to subregulation (5), where an interest coupon that has been detached from a bearer security has been defaced before it is paid, the Treasurer shall, upon the owner surrendering the defaced coupon, issue to the owner a coupon equivalent to the coupon that has been defaced.

(5)
A defaced bearer security or interest coupon shall not be replaced unless the number of the bearer security or interest coupon, as the case may be, is legible.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 66AA
Replacement of lost, stolen or destroyed bearer
securities

(1)
Subject to subregulation (5), where a bearer security is lost, stolen or destroyed before it has been paid off, the owner may apply, or (if the owner is a minor) a parent or guardian of the owner may apply on behalf of the owner, to the Treasurer for the issue, in lieu thereof, of a replacement security on the same terms and conditions (including terms and conditions, if any, as to interest) as those on which the lost, stolen or destroyed bearer security was issued.

(2)
If the Treasurer is satisfied:

(a)
that the bearer security has been lost, stolen or destroyed; and

(b)
that the applicant or the minor on whose behalf the application was made (as the case requires) was, at the time of the loss, theft or destruction, the owner of the bearer security;

the Treasurer may, upon the applicant giving an indemnity to the satisfaction of the Treasurer to indemnify the Commonwealth against payment of the lost, stolen or destroyed bearer security or of any interest thereon, authorize the issue to the owner, upon such conditions, if any, as the Treasurer determines, of a replacement security in accordance with the application.

(3)
A replacement security issued under subregulation (2) shall be in the form of subscribed stock and shall be held in the charge of the Registrar.

(4)
An amount payable on the redemption of a security issued under subregulation (2) shall not be payable until a date fixed by the Treasurer, having regard to:

(a)
the circumstances in which the original bearer security was lost, stolen or destroyed, as the case may be; and

(b)
the possibility, if any, that the original bearer security may be presented for payment.


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(5)
In this regulation, a reference to a bearer security does not include a reference to an interest coupon that has been detached from a bearer security.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 66AB
Payment of lost, stolen or destroyed coupon

If the Treasurer is satisfied that an interest coupon that has been detached from a bearer security has been lost, stolen or destroyed before it is paid, the Treasurer may, upon the owner, or (if the owner is a minor), a parent or guardian of the owner, giving an indemnity to the satisfaction of the Treasurer to indemnify the Commonwealth against payment of the coupon, authorize payment of the amount of the coupon to the owner.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 66A
Destruction of bearer securities

(1)
Section 12 of the Treasury Bills Act 1914 does not apply to bearer securities or to coupons issued in connexion with bearer securities.

(2)
Bearer securities, or coupons issued in connexion with bearer securities, that have been cancelled because they have been paid off and discharged or for any other reason shall be destroyed in the presence of an authorized person, who shall, when the destruction is complete, certify, by writing under his hand, that the bearer securities or coupons have been destroyed in his presence.

(3)
In this regulation, authorized person means a person authorized by the Secretary.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 66B
Securities that may be accepted in payment of estate
duty

Australian Savings Bonds — Series 1, 2 and 3, and any securities that are issued on terms and conditions that include a term or condition that the security is acceptable in payment of estate duty under the Estate Duty Act 1914 at a value to be determined in the manner set out in the term or condition, are prescribed securities that may be accepted under section 52C of the Act in payment of estate duty payable under the Estate Duty Act 1914:

(a)
in the case of Australian Savings Bonds — Series 1, 2 and 3:

(i)
where securities are presented in payment of estate duty before the first interest payment date — at face value; or
(ii)
where securities are presented in payment of estate duty on or after the first interest payment date — at a value being the total of the face value and the accrued interest; and
(b)
in the case of the other securities referred to in this regulation — at a value determined in the manner referred to in this regulation.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 67
Marksmen

Where any person is unable to sign his name instruments required for the purposes of these Regulations shall be executed by him and attested in such manner as the Registrar requires.


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 68
Preservation of instruments

The Registrar shall preserve all instruments relating to securities until their destruction is authorized by the Treasurer.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 69
General Register of Treasury Bonds

The Registrar shall keep a General Register of Bearer Securities.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
- REG 70
Returns

(1)
Each Registrar shall furnish to the Secretary such returns and information as the Secretary requires.

(2)
The Registrar shall forward a copy of each return under this regulation to the Auditor-General.

COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
Schedule 1

(regulations 7 and 16)

Form 1
A graphic exists here.
per cent., maturing 19 .

APPLICATION TO PURCHASE SECURITIES OTHERWISE THAN BY PUBLIC TENDER

To the Registrar,
Commonwealth Government Registry of Inscribed
Stock at
A graphic exists here. hereby apply for $ ( dollars) of
* and herewith tender the sum of
dollars
in payment for the same, namely — $
Amount of securities purchased
Amount of premium
Accrued interest _________
Total _________

Full Name(s) of Applicant(s)
Address(es)
Occupation(s)



(Signatures)

Date
* Insert details of the securities.

Form 15

(regulations 16 and 23)

A graphic exists here.
per cent., maturing , 19 .
Commonwealth Government Registry of Inscribed
Stock at
TRANSFER AND ACCEPTANCE
A graphic exists here. (Name, address and occupation must be given in full)
hereby assign and transfer unto
(Name, address and occupation must be given in full)
h executors, administrators, or assigns, the sum of $

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their
( dollars) A graphic exists here.
A graphic exists here.Inscribed Stock, and all A graphic exists here. property and interest in and right to the same, and to the interest accrued thereon.
As witness hand this day of 19 .
Witness
Witness
Witness
Witness
A graphic exists here. the abovenamed transferee(s) hereby accept the stock mentioned above transferred into A graphic exists here. name.
As witness hand this day of 19 .
Witness
Witness
Witness
Witness
Form 22

(regulation 28)


A graphic exists here.
per cent., maturing 19 .
REQUEST FOR TRANSMISSION
To the Registrar,
Commonwealth Government Registry of
Inscribed Stock at
Please have the undermentioned Transmission effected —
From who lately resided
at but who is now*
$ ( dollars)
of A graphic exists here.
who reside(s) at
and A graphic exists here. and claim(s) by transmission.
(Occupation)
A graphic exists here. submit herewith the following documents in support of this claim:

Signature A graphic exists here.

(The capacity of the person(s) making the request, e.g., "Executor(s)", &c., must be shown.)
Witness — Address
Date
* Dead, bankrupt, or insolvent.

Form 26

(regulations 41 and 42)


A graphic exists here.
per cent., maturing 19 .
APPLICATION FOR THE ISSUE OF BEARER SECURITIES
IN EXCHANGE FOR STOCK
To the Registrar,
Commonwealth Government Registry of Inscribed
Stock at
A graphic exists here. hereby request that $ (dollars) of the A graphic exists here.standing in A graphic exists here. name(s) be exchanged for bearer securities
* at
It is requested that the bearer securities be delivered * at the Post Office
to whose signature appears in the margin.
Signature
Address
Date

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Witness
Received as undermentioned —
Bearer securities totalling $
(Here insert particulars of the securities)

First interest coupon due Signature of recipient
* Cross out whichever is inapplicable.

Form 28

(regulation 43)

COMMONWEALTH TREASURY BOND
TRANSFERABLE BY DELIVERY
Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .
$ $
This Bond entitles the bearer to the payment at the Reserve Bank of Australia
at Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart or
Launceston of $ , together with interest thereon at the rate
of per centum per annum in accordance with the attached coupons and such sums are secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Principal is repayable on the day of ,
19 .
Dated this day of 19 .
Secretary to the Treasury

COMMONWEALTH TREASURY BOND

Coupon for six months' interest on $ repayable 19 .
Form 32

(regulation 46)

Payable
19 .
$ No.
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
TREASURY BILL
Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .
TRANSFERABLE BY DELIVERY
This Treasury Bill entitles the Bearer to the payment at
of on the day of , One thousand nine
hundred and , and such sum is secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Dated this day of , 19 .
Secretary to the Treasury
Form 32A

(regulation 46A)

[Front of Form]

Series  — Finally Repayable , 19 .
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
SPECIAL BOND — SERIES
Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .

TRANSFERABLE BY DELIVERY
This Bond of a face value of entitles the bearer to payment at the office of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart or Launceston of the amount indicated hereon, together with interest on face value at the rates shown hereon in accordance with the attached coupons and such sums are secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Amount payable at redemption
Interest payable each year on 1st January and 1st July
At Maturity (date) $ or (subject to one month's notice)
From (date) to (date) $
From (date) to (date )$
From (date) to (date) $

% per annum (date) to (date)
% per annum (date) to (date)
% per annum (date) to (date)
% per annum (date) to (date)

No person shall be entitled to own Special Bonds —
Series  — of a greater value than $ .
Dated this day of , 19 .
(Signature of Treasurer or person appointed
by the Governor-General)
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

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SPECIAL BOND INTEREST COUPON
%.

Interest for months
(Date of interest payment)
on $

Repayable 19 . $ (amount of interest)
[Reverse side of Form]

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
SPECIAL BOND — SERIES
$

Finally repayable , 19 .
[Here insert conditions subject to which interest on Bonds is payable]

Form 32B

(regulation 46A)

[Front of Form]

Series

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
SPECIAL BOND
Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .
Transferable by Delivery
This Bond entitles the Bearer to payment at the Reserve Bank of Australia at Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart or Launceston of on the day of , One thousand nine
hundred and .
The Bearer of this Bond is entitled, subject to compliance with the conditions endorsed on the reverse side of this Bond, to have this Bond redeemed at any time after the day of , One thousand
nine hundred and , at any of the above-mentioned offices. The amount payable on the redemption of the Bond is that ascertained in accordance with the following table:

Date of Redemption
Amount Payable on Redemption


The Bearer of this Bond is entitled to payment of interest in accordance with the attached coupons and the conditions endorsed on the reverse side of this Bond.
An amount (including an amount of interest) payable on this Bond is secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Dated this day of 19 .

Signature of Treasurer or

person appointed by the

Governor-General

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
SPECIAL BOND — Series
Interest Coupon
Interest rate
Interest for months
on $ (Date of interest payment)
Repayable, 19 .
$ (Amount of interest)
[Reverse side of Form]

SPECIAL BOND — Series
$

Maturity Date 19 .

[Here insert Conditions subject to which the Bond is issued].

Form 32C

(regulation 46A)

[Front of Form]

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIAN SAVINGS BOND
SERIES FINALLY REPAYABLE ON 19 .
This Bond entitles the Bearer to payment at the Reserve Bank of Australia at Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart or Darwin
of on the day of 19 , together
with interest thereon at the rate of per centum per annum in accordance with the attached coupons, and such sums are secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.
The Bearer of this Bond is entitled to have this Bond redeemed prior to
subject to compliance with the conditions endorsed on the reverse of this Bond.

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Dated this day of 19 .
(Signature of Treasurer

or person appointed by

the Governor-General)

Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .

TRANSFERABLE BY DELIVERY

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIAN SAVINGS BOND INTEREST COUPON

SERIES
% interest for 6 months on (amount of Bond). (Date of interest payment). Repayable, 19 . (Amount of interest).
[Reverse side of Form]

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIAN SAVINGS BOND

Series
Maturity Date 19 .
(Here insert conditions subject to which Bond is issued).
Form 33

(regulations 16 and 49A)


A graphic exists here.
per cent., maturing , 19 .
APPLICATION FOR THE INSCRIPTION OF STOCK
IN EXCHANGE FOR BEARER SECURITIES
To the Registrar,
Commonwealth Government Registry of Inscribed
Stock at
I forward herewith bearer securities, detailed below, of a total value
of $ ( dollars), with the request that they be exchanged for A graphic exists here. be inscribed in the name(s) of —

Name
Address
Occupation



Bearer security numbers. Next interest payable —

(Here insert particulars of the securities)

(Signature)
Full Address

Date

Form 38A

(regulation 51A)

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
SAVINGS CERTIFICATE

Issued under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911-19 .

This Certificate entitles the bearer to payment at the Commonwealth Bank
of Australia at of the sum of on the
day of 19 , and that sum is secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Secretary to the Treasury
Signature of Registrar of Inscribed Stock
Registry stamp
Form 39A

(regulation 48)

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
TREASURY NOTE
ISSUED UNDER THE COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED
STOCK ACT 1911-1946

This Treasury Note entitles the Bearer to payment of
dollars on the day of ,
One thousand nine hundred and .
The money secured by this Note is payable by the Commonwealth of Australia out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Payment of the money secured by this Note will be made at
Issued at this day of ,19 .

Signature of Treasurer or person

appointed by the Governor-General


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COMMONWEALTH INSCRIBED STOCK REGULATIONS
Notes to the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations

Note 1

The Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Regulations (in force under the Commonwealth Inscribed Stock Act 1911) as shown in this compilation comprise Statutory Rules 1944 No. 186 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Statutory Rules

Year and
number
Date of notification
in Gazette
Date of
commencement
Application, saving or
transitional provisions
1944 No. 186
20 Dec 1944
20 Dec 1944

1946 No. 75
17 Apr 1946
17 Apr 1946

1947 No. 96
29 July 1947
29 July 1947

1952 No. 26
24 Apr 1952
24 Apr 1952

1959 No. 8
20 Feb 1959
20 Feb 1959

1959 No. 39
25 June 1959
25 June 1959

1959 No. 96
3 Dec 1959
3 Dec 1959

1961 No. 86
20 July 1961
20 July 1961

1962 No. 57
13 July 1962
13 July 1962

1963 No. 84
29 Aug 1963
29 Aug 1963

1964 No. 19
5 Feb 1964
5 Feb 1964
R. 28
1966 No. 61
11 Feb 1966
14 Feb 1966

1971 No. 144
4 Nov 1971
4 Nov 1971

1974 No. 69
7 May 1974
7 May 1974

1976 No. 64
6 Feb 1976
6 Feb 1976

1976 No. 144
13 July 1976
13 July 1976

1980 No. 19
13 Feb 1980
13 Feb 1980

1983 No. 71
9 June 1983
9 June 1983

1983 No. 157
1 Sept 1983
1 Sept 1983

1984 No. 121
29 June 1984
29 June 1984

1984 No. 122
29 June 1984
29 June 1984

1984 No. 165
25 July 1984
25 July 1984

1984 No. 166
25 July 1984
1 Sept 1983

1985 No. 175
19 July 1985
19 July 1985

1986 No. 242
11 Sept 1986
11 Sept 1986

1986 No. 243
11 Sept 1986
11 Sept 1986

1986 No. 244
11 Sept 1986
11 Sept 1986

1986 No. 245
11 Sept 1986
11 Sept 1986

1986 No. 264
26 Sept 1986
26 Sept 1986

1989 No. 228
23 Aug 1989
1 Sept 1989

1995 No. 291
10 Oct 1995
10 Oct 1995

Table

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of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted am. = amended rep. = repealed rs. = repealed and substituted
Provision affected
How affected
R. 3
rs. 1962 No. 57

am. 1964 No. 19
R. 4
am. 1962 No. 57

rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242; 1995 No. 291
R. 6AA
ad. 1989 No. 228
R. 6A
ad. 1984 No. 122
R. 7
am. 1980 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 8
am. 1983 No. 71; 1986 No. 242
R. 9
rep. 1986 No. 242
R. 10
am. 1983 No. 71

rs. 1986 No. 242

am. 1989 No. 228
R. 11
am. 1964 No. 19
R. 13
rep. 1984 No. 122
R. 14
am. 1964 No. 19; 1984 No. 122; 1986 No. 242
R. 15
rs. 1984 No. 121

rep. 1986 No. 244
R. 15A
ad. 1984 No. 122
R. 16
am. 1984 No. 122; 1986 No. 242; 1989 No. 228
R. 16A
ad. 1984 No. 122
R. 17
rs. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
R. 18
am. 1986 No. 242
R. 19
am. 1984 No. 165

rs. 1995 No. 291
R. 20
am. 1986 No. 242
R. 21
am. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
R. 22
rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242; 1995 No. 291
R. 22A
ad. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242
R. 23
am. 1964 No. 19; 1986 Nos. 242 and 243; 1995 No. 291
Heading to r. 24
rs. 1989 No. 228
R. 24
rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242

rep. 1995 No. 291
Heading to r. 24A
rs. 1989 No. 228
R. 24A
ad. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 Nos. 242 and 243

rep. 1995 No. 291
R. 24B
ad. 1989 No. 228

am. 1995 No. 291
R. 25
am. 1986 No. 242
R. 25A
ad. 1964 No. 19

am. 1966 No. 61; 1974 No. 69; 1983 No. 71; 1989 No. 228
R. 27
am. 1961 No. 86; 1986 No. 242; 1995 No. 291
R. 28
am. 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 30
rs. 1964 No. 19
R. 31
am. 1966 No. 61; 1986 No. 242
R. 32
am. 1983 No. 71; 1986 No. 242

rs. 1986 No. 264

am. 1989 No. 228; 1995 No. 291
R. 33
am. 1986 No. 242

rep. 1986 No. 264
R. 34
rep. 1971 No. 144
R. 35
am. 1989 No. 228
R. 36
am. 1989 No. 228; 1995 No. 291
R. 39
rs. 1986 No. 245
R. 40
rs. 1995 No. 291
R. 41
rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 243; 1995 No. 291
R. 42
am. 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 245
Heading to Part III
rs. 1964 No. 19
R. 43
am. 1966 No. 61
R. 44
rep. 1966 No. 61
R. 44A
ad. 1946 No. 75

am. 1947 No. 96

rep. 1966 No. 61
R. 45
rep. 1984 No. 122
R. 46A
ad. 1959 No. 8

am. 1959 No. 39

am. 1976 No. 64
R. 47
am. 1959 No. 8; 1976 No. 64; 1995 No. 291
R. 48
rs. 1964 No. 19
R. 49
rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1995 No. 291
R. 49A
ad. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242
R. 49B
ad. 1964 No. 19

am. 1986 No. 242; 1995 No. 291
R. 50
am. 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 51
am. 1964 No. 19
R. 51A
ad. 1952 No. 26
R. 52
am. 1964 No. 19; 1980 No. 19; 1983 No. 71

rep. 1984 No. 122
R. 53
am. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1984 No. 122
R. 54
am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61; 1983 No. 71; 1989 No. 228
Part IIIA
(rr. 54A-54Z, 54ZA, 54ZB)
ad. 1962 No. 57

rep. 1964 No. 19
Rr. 54A-54Z
ad. 1962 No. 57

rep. 1964 No. 19
Rr. 54ZA, 54ZB
ad. 1962 No. 57

rep. 1964 No. 19
R. 55
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 56
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
R. 57
am. 1986 No. 242

rs. 1995 No. 291
R. 58
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 60
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19
R. 62
am. 1986 No. 244
R. 63
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19
R. 64
am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19; 1986 No. 242
R. 66
am. 1959 No. 8

rs. 1962 No. 57

am. 1964 No. 19; 1983 No. 157; 1995 No. 291
Rr. 66AA, 66AB
ad. 1984 No. 166

am. 1985 No. 175
R. 66A
ad. 1959 No. 96

rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1995 No. 291
R. 66B
ad. 1964 No. 19

rs. 1976 No. 144
R. 68
am. 1962 No. 57
R. 69
am. 1964 No. 19; 1995 No. 291
Heading to the Schedule
rep. 1989 No. 228
Heading to schedule 1
ad. 1989 No. 228
Schedule 1
am. 1946 No. 75; 1947 No. 96; 1952 No. 26; 1959 Nos. 8 and 39; 1962 No. 57; 1963 No. 84; 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61; 1976 No. 64; 1983 No. 71; 1984 Nos. 121 and 122; 1986 Nos. 242 and 264; 1989 No. 228
Form 1
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61; 1989 No. 228
Form 2
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Forms 3-5
1944 No. 186

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 6
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 6A
ad. 1984 No. 122

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 7
1944 No. 186

rep. 1984 No. 121
Form 8
1944 No. 186

am. 1984 No. 122

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 9
1944 No. 186

rs. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 10
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Forms 11, 12
1944 No. 186

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 13
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 14
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 15
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61
Forms 16, 17
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Form 18
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 19
1944 No. 186

rs. 1964 No. 19

am. 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 20
1944 No. 186

rs. 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 21
1944 No. 186

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 22
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61
Form 23
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 24
1944 No. 186

rs. 1983 No. 71

rep. 1986 No. 264
Form 25
1944 No. 186

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 26
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61
Form 27
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Form 28
1944 No. 186

am. 1963 No. 84; 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61
Forms 29, 30
1944 No. 186

rep. 1966 No. 61
Form 30A
ad. 1946 No. 75

rep. 1966 No. 61
Form 30B
ad. 1947 No. 96

rep. 1966 No. 61
Form 31
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61

rep. 1984 No. 122
Form 32
1944 No. 186

am. 1966 No. 61
Form 32A
ad. 1959 No. 8

am. 1966 No. 61
Form 32B
ad. 1959 No. 39

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61
Form 32C
ad. 1976 No. 64
Form 33
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61
Forms 34, 35
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Forms 36, 37
1944 No. 186

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61

rep. 1986 No. 242
Form 38
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Form 38A
ad. 1952 No. 26
Form 39
1944 No. 186

rep. 1964 No. 19
Form 39A
ad. 1962 No. 57

am. 1964 No. 19; 1966 No. 61
Forms 40, 41
1944 No. 186

am. 1962 No. 57; 1964 No. 19

rep. 1986 No. 242