Public Notaries Act 1997 – Schedule 1 – Clause 8 General Saving

This “general saving” provision of the Fist Schedule, contained in clause 8, can be compared to the more specific provisions of clause 4. Under the general clause 8, any acts commenced under the old repealed scheme (being acts commenced under the Public Notaries Act 1985) will have valid legal effect and will be seen to their logical conclusion under the provisions of that old repealed scheme. The specific terms of clause 8 are stated as follows:

(1) If anything done or commenced under a provision of the repealed Act before the repeal of that provision and still having effect or not completed immediately before that repeal could have been done or commenced under this Act if this Act had been in force when the thing was done or commenced:

(a) the thing continues to have effect, or
(b) the thing commenced may be completed.

(2) This clause is subject to any express provision of this Act on the matter.

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The information provided on this page is based on reprint No. 1 (9/5/2006) of the Public Notaries Act 1997 (NSW) as in force on 17/7/2009. This brief article is published and intended to be used for general knowledge purposes only and is not to be used as legal advice. This short article is copyright to the writer.
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