FOREIGN RECRUITING ACT

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

   2   "Foreign state" interpreted

   3   Power to prohibit or limit persons recruiting for any foreign state

   4   General power to prohibit or limit same

   5   Power to vary or rescind orders

   6   Offences against this Act

   7   Offences where triable

 

THE FOREIGN RECRUITING ACT

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[Date of Commencement: 12th March, 1875]

Cap 133.

Act 42 of 1969.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Foreign Recruiting Act.

2   "Foreign state" interpreted

   In this Act "foreign state" includes any person or persons exercising or assuming to exercise the powers of government in or over any country, colony, province or people beyond the limits of the Island.

[42/1969 2nd Sch.]

3   Power to prohibit or limit persons recruiting for any foreign state

   If any person is, within the limits of the Island, obtaining or attempting to obtain recruits for the service of any foreign state in any capacity, the Minister may by order either prohibit such person from so doing, or permit him to do so subject to any conditions which the Minister thinks fit to impose.

[42/1969 2nd Sch.]

4   General power to prohibit or limit same

   The Minister may from time to time by general order notified in the Gazette either prohibit recruiting for the service of any foreign state, or impose upon such recruiting any conditions which he thinks fit.

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