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National Key Points Amendment Act, No. 44 of 1984

Long title


To amend the National Key Points Act, 1980, so as to authorize the Minister to make regulations relating to the employment or the hiring of the services of guards by the owners of Key Points, the requirements to be complied with by persons serving as guards at such Key Points, and the nature and duration of the training or further training of such persons; and to provide that the regulations made under section 11 shall bind the State to the extent determined by the Minister or any person authorized thereto by him.

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SECTION TITLE
1. Amendment of section 11 of Act 102 of 1980
2. Amendment of section 13 of Act 102 of 1980
3. Short title
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