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Judicial Matters Second Amendment Act, No. 122 of 1998
To amend the Insolvency Act, 1936, so as to make other provision in connection with the salaries or wages of former employees of an insolvent; to amend the Supreme Court Act, 1959, so as to further regulate persons over whom and matters in relation to which High Courts have jurisdiction; to amend the Criminal Procedure Act, 1977, so as to make other provision in connection with the use of force in effecting arrests; to amend the Attorneys Act, 1979, so as to provide for any board of executors or trust company to receive remuneration for the preparation of a will or other testamentary writing; to amend the Co-operatives Act, 1981, so as to effect a consequential amendment; to amend the Magistrates Act, 1993, so as to further regulate the vacation of office by a magistrate; to amend the Special Investigating Units and Special Tribunals Act, 1996, so as to further regulate the appointment of the President of a Special Tribunal; to amend the National Prosecuting Authority Act, 1998, so as to effect a consequential amendment; to provide for the centralisation of certain offences; to repeal an obsolete law; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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