KING GEORGE VI MEMORIAL PARK ACT

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

   2   Interpretation

   3   Change of name and vesting of Park in Corporation for benefit of inhabitants of Corporate Area

   4   Powers of Council

   5   Limitation on power to lease

   6   Regulations

   7   Allocation of land for Parliament and administrative buildings

   8   Reservation for public or municipal purpose

 

THE KING GEORGE VI MEMORIAL PARK ACT

[Date of Commencement: 30th July, 1956]

Law 29 of 1956.

Act 47 of 1964.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the King George VI Memorial Park Act.

2   Interpretation

   In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires-

   "the Council" means the Council of the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation;

   "the Corporate Area" means the area defined and described in the First Schedule to the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation Act;

   "the King George VI Memorial Park" and "the Park" mean the land in the parish of Kingston bounded by the thoroughfares known as North Race Course, South Race Course, East Race Course and West Race Course.

3   Change of name and vesting of Park in Corporation for benefit of inhabitants of Corporate Area

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   (1) The Kingston Race Course shall hereafter be known as the King George VI Memorial Park.

   (2) The Park is hereby declared to be vested in the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation to be used as a public garden, pleasure park and recreation area for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Corporate Area.

4   Powers of Council

   Subject to the provisions of section 7, the Council may-

   (a)   develop and lay out all or any part of the Park for use as a public garden, pleasure park and recreation area or for any of these purposes and may manage and conduct such garden, pleasure park or recreation area;

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