NORMAN SQUARE (SAVANNA-LA-MAR) ACT

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

   2   Norman Square described

   3   Powers to make regulations for same

   4   Penalty for breach of regulations

   5   Arrest on view

   6   Powers of persons appointed to carry out regulations

   7   Regulations to be kept posted up

 

THE NORMAN SQUARE (SAVANNA-LA-MAR) ACT

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[Date of Commencement: 11th May, 1891]

Cap 260.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Norman Square (Savanna-la-Mar) Act.

2   Norman Square described

   The expression "Norman Square" shall be deemed to include all that piece or parcel of land in the town of Savanna-la-Mar around the Court House, starting from the point or intersection of Great George Street and Norman Street, running easterly along the southern boundary of Norman Street, then southerly along the western boundary of Beckford Street, then south-westerly 276 feet along the western boundary of Rose Street, thence north-westerly to the eastern boundary of Great George Street to a point 343 feet south of the point of intersection of Great George Street and Norman Street, and thence along the eastern boundary of Great George Street to the point of its intersection with Norman Street.

3   Powers to make regulations for same

   The Parish Council of the parish of Westmoreland may make regulations for the proper management and preservation of the Norman Square, and may from time to time alter, add to or rescind, any such regulations:

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