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					                        S U P P L E M E N T No.         3
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              THE SOVEREIGN BASE AREAS GAZETTE
                        No. 702 of 9th January, 1985.
                  SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

                                C O N T E N T S
     The following SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION is published in this
            Supplement ,which forms part of this Gazette :-
The Tax Collection Ordinance-                                           No.
    Warrant under Section 5(1)     .................................     2

The Commodities and Services (Regulation and Control) Ordinance-
    Order under Sections 3(1) and 4(1)    ...........................    3

The Motor Vehicles (Third Party Insurance) Ordinance-
    Order under Section 2       ....................................    4

                                       (3)
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No. 2
             THE TAX COLLECTION ORDINANCE
                      (Ordinance 8 of 1964).

                 WARRANT UNDER SECTION 5( 1).

T o the
Fiscal Oficer
and aZ Tax Collectors,
      Z
  I, Anthony John Cragg, Chief Officer, hereby require you
and command you to proceed with the collection of the
undermentioned taxes which have become due and payable or
may hereafter become due and payable during the year ending
31st December, 1985 from all persons liable there to and in
default of payment to take such other steps against the defaulters
as may be necessary for the recovery of the amounts in default
under the provisions of the Tax Collection Ordinance.
  All amounts assessed or imposed under the provisions of :--
        Section 19 of the Streets and Buildings Regulation
        (Consolidation) Ordinance, Ordinance 7 of 1984 ;
        Sections 12 and 13 of the Irrigation (Private Water)
        Association Ordinance, Cap. 115 ;
        Section 90 of the Elementary Education Ordinance,
        Cap. 166;
        Section 47 of the Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration
        and Valuation) Ordinance, Cap. 224, as amended by Law
        No. 3 of 1960,Ordinance No. 12 of 1966 and Ordinance 11
        of 1984;
        Sections 34 and 47(3) of the Villages (Adminisrtation and
        Improvement) Ordinance, Cap. 243, and of any bye-laws
        made under Section 24 of the same Ordinance;
        Section 10 of the Village Obligations Ordinance, Cap. 246 ;
        Sections 8 and 9(3) of the Rural Constables Ordinance,
        Cap. 287, as amended by Ordinance No. 25 of 1963 ;
        Sections 35 and 36 of the Estate Duty Ordinance,
        Ordinance No. 6 of 1965, as amended by Ordinance No.
        13 of 1968 and Ordinance No. 7 of 1976;
        Sections 37 and 45 of the Income Tax Ordinance, Cap.
        323, as amended by Ordinance No. 16 of 1961 and
        Ordinance No. 11 of 1966;
        Section 29 of the Public Waterworks Ordinance, Cap. 341
        as amended by Ordinance No. 4 of 1969;
        Any rules made under Section 17 of the Irrigation
        Divisions (Villages) Ordinance, Cap. 342, or Section 21 of
        the same Ordinance;
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  (1) Section 17 or any bye-laws made under Section 30 of the
      Water (Domestic Purposes) Villages Supplies Ordinance,
      Cap. 349;
 (m) Section 15 of the Immovable Property (Taxation)
      Ordinance, 1980, Ordinances 17 of 1980, 5 of 1981 and
      10 of 1984 which provides that such tax shall be collected
      on or before the 30th September, 1985;
  (n) Section 21 of the Capital Gains Tax Ordinance, 1980,
      Ordinances 18 of 1980 and 3 of 1981.


          Dated this 5th day of January, 1985.

                                            A. J. CRAGG,
                                            Chief Officer,
                                        Sovereign Base Areas.
(104/8)
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                   No. 3
                                THE $OMLMODITIES AND SERVICES
                             (REGULATION AND CONTROL) ORDINANCE
                              (Ordinances 11 of 1963, 9 of 1963, 3 of 1967,
                                       10 of 1972 and 10 of 1982).

                                  CONTROL AND MAXIMUM PRICE ORDER
                                  MADE UNDER SECTIONS 3(1) AND 4 1 .
                                                                ()


                     In exercise of the powers vested in him by subsection (I) of
                   Sections 3 and 4 of the Commodities and Services (Regulation and
                   Control) Ordinance, the Administrator hereby makes the following
                   Order :-
                     1. This Order may be cited as the Commodities and Services
                   (Regulation and Control) (Maximum Price of Potatoes)
                   (Amendment) Order 1985 and shall be read as one with the
                   Commodities and Services (Regulation and Control) (Maximum
                   Price of Patatoes) Order 1975 as amended from time to time
P. I. No. 27/75,
73/75,63/76,       (hereinafter referred to as “the principal Order”).
67 and 84/79,
8 and 97/80.

P. I. No.97/80.      2. The principal Order is hereby amended by deleting the
                   Schedule thereto and substituting therefor the following new
                   Schedule :-
                                                “   SCH EDU LE
                                              Fixed maximum prices.
                   I        is
                           F r t Column         I     Second Column      I    T i d Column
                                                                               hr                  1
                          Description of                 Maximum                 Maximum
                       controlled commodity            wholesale price          retail price
                                                                                               -
                              Potatoes              20.144 cents per oke. E0.16& cents per oke”.



                              Dated this 5th day of January, 1985.

                                                         By the Administrator’s Command,
                                                                  A. J. CRAGG,
                                                                  Chief Officer,
                   (105/11)                                   Sovereign Base Areas.
                               -
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No. 4
                 THE MOTOR VEHICLES
         (THIRD PARTY INSURANCE) ORDINANCE
         (Cap. 333 and 7 of 1960-Laws of Cypms-
                  and Ordinance 5 of 1966).

             ORDER MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR
                     UNDER SECTION 2.


  In exercise of the powers vested in him by Section 2 of
the Motor Vehicles (Third Party Insurance) Ordinance, the
Administrator hereby makes the following Order :-
  1. This Order may be clited as the Motor Vehicles (Third
Party Insurers) (Consolidation) Order, 1985.
  2. The Administrator has approved that the following
insurance companies and underwriters shall be insurers as defined
in Section 2 of the Ordinance-
   1. Afia Insurance Company S.A. - N.V.
   2. A1 - Ittihad A1 - Watani L’Union Nationale Societe
      Generale D’ Assurances Du Proche - Orient S.A.L.
   3. American Home Assurance Company.
   4. Assurances Generales De France I. A. R. T.
   5. “Astir” Insurance Company S. A.
   6. Atlantic Insurance Company Limited.
   7.   The Baloise Insurance Company Limited.
   8.   Black Sea and Baltic General Insurance Company Limited.
   9.   The Century Insurance Company Limited.
  10.   Commercial Union Assurance (Cyprus) Limited.
  11.   Compass Insurance Company Limited.
  12.   The Continental Insurance Company.
  13.   Cosmos (Cyprus) General Insurance Company Limited.
  14.   Eagle Star Insurance Company Limited.
  15.   English and American Insurance Company Limited.
  16.   Ennia General Insurance Company Limited.
  17.   “Estia” Insurance and Re - Insurance Company S . A.
  18.   General Accident Fire and Life Assurance
        Corporation Public Limited Company.
  19.   The General Insurance Company of Cyprus Limited.
  20.   Gresham Fire and Accident Insurance Society Limited.
  21.   Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance
        Public Limited Company.
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       22. Hermes Insurance Company Limited.
       23. Laiki Insurance Company Limited
           (Laiki Asphalistiiki Eteria Limited).
       24. Legal and General Assurance Society Limited.
       25. Lloyd’s Underwriters.
       26. L’Union des Assurances de Paris I. A. R. D.
       27. Minerva Insurance Company Limited.
       28. National Employers’ Mutual General Insurance
           Association Limited.
       29. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Limited.
       30. Pancyprian Insurance Company Limited.
       31. Philiki Insurance Company Limited.
       32. Phoenix Assurance Public Limited Company.
       33. Phoenix - General Insurance of Greece, S. A.
       34. The Prudential Assurance Company Limited.
       35. Reliance Insurance Company Limited.
       36. Royal Insurance Public Limited Company.
       37. “The Seven Provinces” Insurance Company Limited.
       38. Sun Insurance Office Limited.
       3. Public Instrument No. 26 of 1984 is hereby revoked without
     prejudice to anything done or left undone thereunder.


                Dated this 8th day of January, 1985.

                                     By the Administrator’s Command,
                                              A. J. CRAGG,
                                              Chief Officer,
                                          Sovereign Base Areas.
      (120/3)




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