Trading (Allowable Hours) Regulation 2014

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Trading (Allowable Hours) Regulation 2014

1Short title

This regulation may be cited as the Trading (Allowable Hours) Regulation 2014.


This regulation commences on 1 September 2014.

3Declaration about answers

(1)This section applies if an industrial inspector requires a person to sign a declaration under section 8(1)(c) of the Act.
(2)The inspector must—
(a)write down the questions and answers when they are asked or made; and
(b)read out the questions and answers to the person; and
(c)allow the person to read the record of the questions and answers and, if necessary, change the record to make it a true record; and
(d)sign every page of the record; and
(e)attach the record to a declaration in the approved form.

4Objection to proposal to declare order obsolete

A notice of objection under section 31(2) of the Act must—
(a)be in the approved form; and
(b)be filed with the industrial registrar within 30 days after the notice of intention to declare the order obsolete is published.

5Approval of forms

The chief executive may approve forms for use under this regulation.


The Trading (Allowable Hours) Regulation 2004, SL No. 161 is repealed.