South Africa Act Amendment Act, 1935

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South Africa Act Amendment Act, 1935
enacted by the Parliament of South Africa
Act No. 43 of 1935. First published on 10 May 1935 in Government Gazette Extraordinary No. 2272, and came into force upon publication, except that section 1 was deemed to be retroactive to 1 January. Repealed on 31 May 1961 by the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1961.

Act

To amend sections fifty-six and seventy-three of the South Africa Act, 1909.



(Assented to 7th May, 1935.)
(Signed by the Governor-General in English.)


Be it enacted by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, the Senate and the House of Assembly of the Union of South Africa, as follows:―


Amendment of section 56 of the South Africa Act, 1909, as substituted by Act 51 of 1926, and amended by section 2 of Act 29 of 1933.

1. Section fifty-six of the South Africa Act, 1909, is hereby amended―

(i)   by the deletion in sub-section (2) of the word “two” and the substitution therefor of the word “six”; and
(ii)   by the deletion in paragraph (d) of that sub-section of the word “fifteen” and the substitution therefor of the words “twenty-five”.


Amendment of section 73 of the South Africa Act, 1909.

2. Section seventy-three of the South Africa Act, 1909, is hereby amended by the deletion of the word “three” and the substitution therefor of the word “five”: Provided that the provisions of this section shall not affect the duration of any existing Provincial Council.


Short title, and date of operation of section 1.

3. This Act may be cited as the South Africa Act Amendment Act, 1935, and section one shall be deemed to have come into operation on the first day of January, 1935: Provided that no member of Parliament shall during the calendar year 1935 receive a less amount in allowance than he would have received if this Act had not been passed.

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