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37.- Section 54 provide for the repeal of Part IV one year after part VII came into force. Part VII came into force on April 17, 1982 thereby repealing Oart IV on April 17, 1983.



37.1.- Which was added by the Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983 (see SI/84-102), was repealed on April 18, 1987 by section 54.1.

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