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NATIONAL LEGISLATION OVERVIEWS
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Finance Act, No. 35 of 2000

Long title


To charge the National Revenue Fund with certain unauthorised expenditure and to authorise other expenditure; to regulate the closure of certain obsolete revenue accounts; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Defraying of unauthorised expenditure from National Revenue Fund
2. Authorising of expenditure
3. Authorising of expenditure of former TBVC states and self-governing territories
4. Closure of certain revenue funds
5. Actions of recovery of money to continue
6. Short title
Sch. 1. SCHEDULE 1.
Sch. 2.  SCHEDULE 2.
Sch. 3. SCHEDULE 3.

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