3 Provisions as to Colonial Judges becoming members of the Judicial Committee
4 Short Title
An Act to make further provision with respect to the number and duties of Lords of Appeal in Ordinary and with respect to the constitution of the Court of Appeal and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
(2) Section 1 of the said Act shall have effect as if the persons named therein included any person being or having been Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Africa.
(4) The enactments mention in the Schedule are hereby repealed to the extent mentioned in the 3rd column of that Schedule, and in the Schedule to the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1908 (Imp), for the words “Cape of Good Hope”, “Natal”, “Transvaal”, “Orange River Colony” there shall be substituted the words “the Union of South Africa.”
“Cape of Good Hope”
“Orange River Colony”
“the Union of South Africa.”
Section 3(1): repealed, by section 13 of the Administration of Justice Act 1928 (Imp).
Section (3): repealed, on . by section 13of the Administration of Justice Act 1928 (Imp).
This Act may be cited as the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1913 (Imp).
The item relating to section 3(2) Appellante Jurisdiction Act 1908 was repealed by section 4(1) Imperial Laws Application Act 1988.
The Judicial Committee Amendment Act 1895 (Imp)
In section 1, the words “or either of the South African Colonies mentioned in the said Schedule.”
“or either of the South African Colonies mentioned in the said Schedule.”
In the Schedule, the words “South African Colonies, Cape of Good Hope, Natal.”
“South African Colonies, Cape of Good Hope, Natal.”