Laying of regulations before Houses of Oireachtas. 1. (b)that in respect of the charge the landlord intends to recover from the guarantor such amount as is specified in the notice and (where payable) interest calculated on such basis as is so specified. within the period of three months beginning with the date of the determination, the landlord serves on him a further notice informing him that the landlord intends to recover that greater amount from him (plus interest, where payable). Codification . Part 1 of Schedule 2 to the Act further details the steps tha… . The organizer and/or retailer party to the contract shall provide sufficient evidence of security for the refund of money paid over and for the repatriation of the consumer in the event of insolvency. 360, Section 7; 1992 Act No. (3) The Minister may by regulations provide that the bond may be for such minimum sum and valid for such maximum period as may be specified in the regulations. 17 The parties shall meet within 15 days from the giving of the notice or within such further period as the parties agree upon and they shall bargain in good faith and make every reasonable effort to make a collective agreement. 90/314/EEC of 13 June 1990(1) Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995, Section 17 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 04 December 2020. Extent and financial limits of liability. CRIMINAL CODE ACT 1995 - SCHEDULE The Criminal Code. The purpose of this Directive is to approximate the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to packages sold or offered for sale in the territory of the Community. (4) (a) In this section “approved body” means a body which is for the time being approved by the Minister (in consultation with the Minister for Tourism and Trade where arrangements cover a package which is to take place exclusively within the State) for the purposes of this section and no such approval shall be given unless the conditions mentioned in subsection (2) are satisfied in relation to it. (6) Without prejudice to subsections (3), (4) and (5), liability under subsections (1) and (2) cannot be excluded by any contractual term. section 17 Changes we have not yet applied to the text, can be found in the ‘Changes to Legislation’ area. In cooperation with the European Parliament(2) (3) Nothwithstanding the provisions of (3) All fees and charges payable under this Act shall be paid into, or disposed of for the benefit of, the Exchequer in accordance with the directions of the Minister for Finance. . 192 of 1993), order that such minor, if he or she was born outside the Republic and is under the age of 18 years, shall cease to be a South African citizen. (2) Summary proceedings in respect of an offence under be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows: Without prejudice to the fourth subparagraph of paragraph 2, there may be no exclusion by means of a contractual clause from the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. (5) Subsection (4) shall not apply in respect of particulars where—, (a) the brochure contains a clear and legible statement that changes may be made in the particulars contained in it before a contract is concluded, and. Such limitation shall not be unreasonable. (ii) the package is cancelled by force majeure, that is to say the package is cancelled by reason of unusual and unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of the organiser, the retailer or other supplier of services, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised. invites the Commission to study, inter alia, tourism and, if appropriate. (2) Where a transfer is made in accordance with the implied term set out in subsection (1), the transferor and the transferee shall be jointly and severally liable to the organiser or the retailer acting on the instructions of the organiser for payment of the price of the package (or, if part of the price has been paid, for payment of the balance) and for any additional fair and reasonable costs incurred by the organiser as a result of the transfer. (a) the destination and the means, characteristics and categories of transport used; (b) the type of accommodation, its location, category or degree of comfort and its main features and, where accommodation is to be provided in a Member State, its approval or where applicable, tourist classification under the laws of that Member State; (e) general information about passport and visa requirements which apply to purchase of the package and health formalities required for the journey and the stay; (f) either the monetary amount or the percentage of the price which is to be paid on account and the timetable for payment of the balance; (g) whether a minimum number of persons is required for the package to take place and, if so, the latest time for informing the consumer in the event of cancellation; (i) in the case of packages offered by an organiser who has no place of business in the State, a nominated agent with an address within the State who will accept service on behalf of and represent the organiser in any proceedings (including criminal proceedings) in respect of or arising out of or connected with any contract or brought pursuant to or in connection with any provision of this Act; (j) in the event of insolvency of the organiser, the arrangements for security for money paid over and (where applicable) for the repatriation of the consumer. To change the law governing labour relations and, for that purpose- to give effect to section 27 of the Constitution; Notwithstanding subsection (a), a person may, in the ordinary course of business, sell to or purchase from any company merchandise or may enter into a lessor-lessee relationship with any person and furnish the services incident thereto. Following the death of Robert Maxwell, … This section applies where a person (“the former tenant”) is as a result of an assignment no longer a tenant under a tenancy but—, (in the case of a tenancy which is a new tenancy) he has under an authorised guarantee agreement guaranteed the performance by his assignee of a tenant covenant of the tenancy under which any fixed charge is payable; or. (c) to defray any reasonable expenses necessarily incurred by the approved body. to put forward suitable proposals, with due regard for their significance for consumer protection and the effects of differences in Member States' legislation on the proper functioning of the common market; Whereas in the resolution on a Community policy on tourism on 10 April 1984(5) Having regard to the proposal from the Commission(1) Amendment of section 2 of the Act of 1982. Note 1: See also sections 7 and 8 of the Health and Other Services (Compensation) Care Charges Act 1995. 30.—Section 13 (4) of the Act of 1982 is hereby amended by the substitution for paragraph (d) of the following paragraph: “(d) to defray any reasonable expenses incurred by the Minister or, as the case may be, the person nominated or approved of by the Minister as trustee, or provide for any payments to the Minister or trustee on behalf of a customer of a tour operator or travel agent in respect of an overseas travel contract which could not be completed by reason of the inability or failure of the tour operator or travel agent to meet his financial or contractual obligations in relation to such overseas travel contract.”. They shall forthwith inform the Commission thereof. In the cases referred to in the second and third indents, the organizer and/or retailer party to the contract shall be required to give prompt assistance to a consumer in difficulty. 9 Reimbursement of amounts payable for nursing home care or residential care section 21 Any descriptive matter concerning a package and supplied by the organizer or the retailer to the consumer, the price of the package and any other conditions applying to the contract must not contain any misleading information. the original print PDF of the as enacted version that was used for the print copy, lists of changes made by and/or affecting this legislation item, confers power and blanket amendment details, links to related legislation and further information resources. the contract may, save as provided in subsection (5), include a term limiting, in accordance with subsection (4), the amount of compensation payable to the consumer. that in respect of the charge the landlord intends to recover from the guarantor such amount as is specified in the notice and (where payable) interest calculated on such basis as is so specified. section 10 22 (3) In the case of damage arising from the non-performance or improper performance of the services involved in the package, other than—. Citizenship by naturalisation (1) Any person who- (a) immediately prior to the date of the commencement of the South African Citizenship Section 25(6) 5. (b) that the consumer will inform the organiser or the retailer (as appropriate, in the light of the organiser's instructions) of the decision as soon as possible. Transport (Tour Operators and Travel Agents) Act, 1982 (b) where applicable to the package concerned, the cost of repatriation of consumers based on administrative arrangements established by the insurer to enable repatriation of such consumers. (2) of which the package provider is a member such sum as may reasonably be expected to—. Section 17 (a) is similar in many respects to Rule 10b-5, promulgated pursuant to Section 10 (b) of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act, and the two provisions follow roughly the same structure. in relation to the package, or. 18.—(1) In every contract the following terms are implied—, (a) that, subject to The local authority may provide accommodation by placing the child with a family, other than his or her own family within the meaning of the Act, a relative of the child or any other suitable person; placing him or her in a residential establish-ment … In some cases the first date is 01/02/1991 (or for Northern Ireland legislation 01/01/2006). Security requirements in the event of insolvency. (a) all the terms of the contract are set out in writing or in such other form as is comprehensible and accessible to the intending consumer and are communicated to the intending consumer before the contract is made; (b) a written copy of these terms is supplied to the consumer. Produced by the Office of the Attorney General, PACKAGE HOLIDAYS AND TRAVEL TRADE ACT, 1995. , summary proceedings for an offence under this Act may be commenced at any time within 12 months from the date on which the offence was committed. (a) to enable all moneys paid over by consumers under or in contemplation of contracts for packages which have not been fully performed to be repaid, (b) to enable consumers to be repatriated, where appropriate, and. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. section 20 Companies Act, 1963 7, Part I Section 22. 20.—(1) The organiser shall be liable to the consumer for the proper performance of the obligations under the contract, irrespective of whether such obligations are to be performed by the organiser, the retailer, or other suppliers of services but this shall not affect any remedy or right of action which the organiser may have against the retailer or those other suppliers of services. (5) The Minister may by regulations specify conditions that shall be complied with and other appropriate matters relating to the grant of approval to a body which applies to the Minister to be an approved body. 15 of 2011, the expression “Department of Education”, ... 1995 (Act No. of the 11 Latest Available (revised):The latest available updated version of the legislation incorporating changes made by subsequent legislation and applied by our editorial team.