Constitution of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea/Schedule 5

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Constitution of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea
The Government of Papua New Guinea
Schedule 5

Constitution of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea (Consolidated to Amendment No 22)


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Constitution of Papua New Guinea: Index
PREAMBLE.
Part I. - INTRODUCTORY.
Part II. - THE NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM.
Part III. - BASIC PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT.
Part IV. - CITIZENSHIP.
Part V. - THE HEAD OF STATE.
Part VI. - THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT.
Part VIA. - PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS AND LOCAL-LEVEL GOVERNMENTS.
Part VII. - STATE SERVICES.
Part VIII. - SUPERVISION AND CONTROL.
Part IX. - CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICE-HOLDERS AND CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Part X. - EMERGENCY POWERS.
Part XI. - MISCELLANEOUS.
Part XII. - CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW.
Part XIII. - IMMEDIATE AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS.
SCHEDULES
Schedule 1. - RULES FOR SHORTENING AND INTERPRETATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS.
Schedule 2. - ADOPTION, ETC., OF CERTAIN LAWS.
Schedule 3. - DECLARATION OF OFFICE.
Schedule 4. - JUDICIAL DECLARATION.
Schedule 5. - ADOPTED LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES.
APPENDICES
Appendix. - CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.

INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

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SCHEDULE 5. ADOPTED LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES[edit]

SCHEDULE 5.

Sec.Sch.2.6.

ADOPTED LAWS OF OTHER COUNTRIES.

PART 1.—AUSTRALIA[edit]

PART 1.—AUSTRALIA.

Continental Shelf (Living Natural Resources) Act 1968—Sections 9 and 14 only.

Explosives Act 1901-1973.

Judiciary Act 1903-1969—Section 84 only.

Marine Insurance Act 1909-1966.

Navigation Act 1912-1973.

Patents Act 1903-1973—Section 123 only.

Petroleum (Submerged Lands) Act 1967-1968—Section 11 only.

Nationality and Citizenship Act 1948-1967—Section 5(3) only.

Seamen's Compensation Act 1911-1972—Section 4 only (in relation to a ship registered in the country under the Merchant Shipping Act 1894, as amended, of England).

Seamen's War Pensions and Allowances Act 1940-1974.

Submarine Cables and Pipelines Protection Act 1963-1973.

PART 2.—ENGLAND[edit]

PART 2.—ENGLAND.

Merchant Shipping Act 1894.

Merchant Shipping Act 1897.

Merchant Shipping (Liability of Ship owners and Others) Act 1900.

Merchant Shipping Act 1906.

Merchant Shipping Act 1911.

Maritime Conventions Act 1911.

Merchant Shipping Act 1921.

Fees (Increase) Act 1923.


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