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Conversion of SASRIA Act, No. 134 of 1998

Long title


To provide for the conversion of the South African Special Risks Insurance Association into a public company, with a share capital, and for connected matters.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
PREAMBLE
1. Definitions
2. Purpose of Act
3. Conversion of SASRIA
4. Effect of conversion
5. Share capital
6. Minister’s rights and duties
7. Reserves
8. Termination of existing agreement with SASRIA
9. Disposal of State’s shareholding
10. Repeal of Act 56 of I989
11. Short title

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