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Shop Trolleys (Municipal Council of Piketberg) By-law, 1998
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 5288 on 25 September 1998
- Commenced on 1 October 1998
- [This is the version of this document from 25 September 1998 and includes any amendments published up to 15 December 2022.]
1.In this By-law, unless the context otherwise indicates:-“council” means the Municipal Council of Piketberg;“officer” means:-
2.An officer may seize any trolley (together with anything contained therein) which is found by him in a public street or public place and which is not under the immediate control of a person or is unattended.
4.The exercise by the council or any officer of the powers conferred by this by-law shall not render the council orsuch officer liable in respect of the loss or theft of or damage to any trolley or anything contained therein.
5.The provisions of this by-law shall come into operation on the first day of the month following promulgation thereof.
History of this By-law
1 October 1998By-law commences.
25 September 1998 this versionPublished in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 5288
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