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Tuesday, 7 December 1965

In Committee.

Consideration resumed from 3rd December (vide page 3632).

Clause 41 (Agreements subject to registration.)

Clause agreed to.

Clause 42. (1.) Where an agreement has become subject to registration under this Part, particulars of the agreement, in accordance with this section and verified as required by this section, shall be furnished to the Commissioner within the period of thirty days after the date on which the agreement became subject to registration, or within such further times as the Commissioner, within that period, allows. (3.) The duty to furnish particulars under this section in respect of an agreement that has become subject to registration is not affected by any subsequent variation or determination of the agreement, and if, at any time after an agreement becomes subject to registration, the agreement is varied (whether in respect of the parties or in respect of the terms) or is determined otherwise than by effluxion of time, then, except as otherwise prescribed, particulars of the variation or determination, verified as required by this section, shall be furnished to the Commissioner within the period of thirty days from the day on which the variation of determination occurs or within such further time as the Commissioner, within that period, allows. (4.) The requirements of this section may be complied with -

(a)   in respect of an agreement - by any party to the agreement; or

(b)   in respect of a variation or determination of an agreement - by any person who was or is a party to the agreement immediately before, or immediately after, the variation or determination.







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