Sea-shore Amendment Act, No. 21 of 1984
To amend the Sea-shore Act, 1935, so as to amend certain definitions; to curtail the power of the Minister of Community Development and the Minister of Transport Affairs to permit the removal of material from the sea-shore and the sea; to make different provision relating to the announcement of proposals to enter into certain leases of the seashore and the sea and issue certain permits; to assign the power of the State President to authorize local authorities to exercise certain powers for the purposes of public health to the Minister of Health and Welfare; to authorize the making of regulations which provide for the seizure and disposal of certain articles; to increase the fine which may be prescribed by regulation; to make different provision relating to the announcement of draft regulations; to make provision that local authorities be consulted before regulations are declared to be applicable to certain State-owned land situated in or adjoining their respective areas of jurisdiction; and to substitute or delete certain obsolete designations and references; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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