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Table of Contents
    Gazette Notice No. 29: The West India Regiment-Commissioning of Officers & Gazette Notice No. 30: Acting Appointments
        Page 19
    Gazette Notice No. 31: Appointment in the Federal Public Service & Gazette Notice No. 32: Table of Precedence - The West Indies
        Page 20
    Gazette Notice No. 33: Publication of Bill
        Page 21
        Page 22
    The Immunities and Privileges (International Organisations and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill
        A-1
        A-2
        A-3
        A-4
        A-5
        A-6
    Legal Supplement
        B-6
    Legal Supplement: Appendix: The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana) (Amendment) Rules, 1960
        B-7
        B-8
        B-9
        B-10
        B-11
        B-12
        B-13
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The West Indies Gazette


VOL. 4 FRIDAY, 10TH MARCH, 1961 No. 10


TABLE OF CONTENTS
GAZETTE NOTICES
No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE
29 The West India Regiment-Commissioning of 31 Appointment in the Federal Public Service ... 20
Officers ... ... ... ... ... 19 32 Table of Precedence-The West Indies... ... 20
30 Acting Appointments... ... ... ... 19 33 Publication of Bill ... ... ... ... 21


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT
APPENDIX
PAGE
The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from
British Guiana) (Amendment) Rules,
1960 ... ... .. ... 7


THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT-COMMISSIONING OF OFFICERS
IT is hereby notified that Gazette Notice No. 122 of 1960 published in Gazette No. 47 of 2nd December,
1960, which contained certain incorrect particulars, is cancelled and superseded by the following notice:-
IT is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor-General on behalf of Her Majesty the
Queen has approved of the appointment of the gentlemen mentioned hereunder to Commissions in the
West India Regiment in the ranks specified with effect from the 23rd July, 1960 : and it is further
notified that His Excellency has signified that the said Officers shall stand in order of command and
precedence in accordance with the table of service set out below each officer's name.


Name
RODERICK KENRICK BARNES ... .
(I) 2nd Lieutenant 1.3.1956
(II) Lieutenant 23.7.1960
CHRISTOPHER DAVID DE MONTAGNAC ...
(I) 2nd Lieutenant 5.9.1957
(II) Lieutenant 23.7.1960


Rank
.. ... ... Lieutenant


... .. ... Lieutenant


30
ACTING APPOINTMENTS
THE following acting appointments in the Federal Public Service have been approved:-
MR. E. WATERMAN, Deputy Financial Secretary, to act as Federal Financial Secretary, from 27th
February, 1961, vice Mr. F. D. C. Williams, C.M.G., on vacation leave;
MR. K. A. AUGIER, Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Finance to act as Deputy Financial
Secretary vice Mr. E. Waterman from 27th February, 1961;
MR. J. F. HORSHAM, Senior Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Communications and Works, to act
as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs from 1st March, 1961, vice Dr. S.
Moosai-Maharaj, on vacation leave.





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31
APPOINTMENT IN THE FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE

MR. D. E. FAULKNER has been appointed Liaison Officer for Research and Development of Animal Industry
in the Federal Public Service for a period of three years resident service with effect from 26th February, 1961.


32
TABLE OF PRECEDENCE

THE following Table of Precedence for The West Indies has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen and
supersedes that published in The West Indies Gazette, Vol. 3. No. 10 on Friday, 8th April, 1960, as Notice
No. 40.

1. The Governor-General

2. The Prime Minister of the Federation

3. The Federal Chief Justice

4. The Deputy Governor-General

5. The President of the Senate
6. The Speaker of the House of Representatives

7. Cabinet Ministers in order of seniority according to the dates of their appointment as such

8. The Federal Attorney General

9. Judges of the Federal Supreme Court

10. The Federal Financial Secretary

11. The Leader of the Opposition in the Federal House of Representatives

12. Members of the Senate

13. Members of the Federal House of Representatives

14. The Chairman of the Federal Public Service Commission

15. The Principal of the University College of the West Indies

16. Members of the Federal Public Service Commission

17. The Principal Officers of Government in such order as may be assigned by the Governor-General.




NOTES

(1) The observance of the Table at Federal functions shall be subject to such modifications as the Governor-General
may deem necessary to conform with the laws and customs of the Territory in which the Federal function is held.

(2) Precedence inter se of
Members of the Senate (item 12)
Members of the House of Representatives (item 13) shall be determined by order of seniority according to the
date of their appointment or election as such.

(3) In cases where precedence is determined by dates of appointment or election and the persons concerned have
been so appointed or elected on the same date then seniority shall be determined in alphabetical order of surnames.

(4) Persons not listed in this Table shall take such precedence as may be assigned to them by the Governor-General.

Courtesy precedence will be accorded as follows:-
(1) The Governors of the federating territories and the Governors of British Guiana and British Honduras, when
they are present in the Federation, in an agreed order, provided that in his own territory the Governor of
a federating territory shall take precedence immediately after the Governor-General.

(2) The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the station in which the Federation is included if holding rank
equivalent or superior to that of Rear Admiral, the Officer in Command of theLand Forces in the Federation
if holding the rank equivalent or superior to that of Major-General, and the Officer in Command of the Air
Forces in the Federation if holding rank equivalent to that of Air Vice-Marshal, their own relative rank and
precedence being determined by the Queen's Regulations on that subject, immediately after the Governors of
the federating territories and British Guiana and British Honduras.









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TABLE OF PRECEDENCE-CONTINUED

(3) His Grace the Archbishop of the West Indies after the Officers Commanding the Naval, Land and Air Forces
in item (2) above.

(4) His Grace the Archbishop of Port-of-Spain after His Grace the Archbishop of the West Indies.

(5) His Lordship the Bishop of Trinidad after the Prime Minister of the Federation.

(6) His Lordship the Bishop of Zarna after His Lordship the Bishop of Trinidad.

(7) The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the Station in which the Federation is included if of the rank
of Commodore, the Officer in Command of the Land Forces in the Federation if of the rank of Brigadier, and
the Officer in Command of the Air Forces in the Federation if of the rank of Air Commodore, their own
relative rank and precedence being determined by the Queen's Regulations on that subject, immediately after
the Ministers of the Cabinet.

(8) The Commissioners for Commonwealth countries in the West Indies after the Federal Financial Secretary.

(9) Consuls-General de Carriere after the Commissioners for Commonwealth countries.

(10) The Commissioners for the West Indies after Consuls-General de Carriere.

(11) The Officer in Command of the Naval Forces on the Station in which the Federation is included if of the
rank of Captain or Commander, the Officer in Command of the Land Forces in the Federation if of the rank
of Colonel or Lieutenant-Colonel, and the Officer in Command of the Air Forces in the Federation if of the
rank of Group Captain or Wing Commander, their own relative rank and precedence being determined by
the Queen's Regulations on that subject, after the Commissioners for The West Indies.

(12) Honorary Consuls-General and Consuls de Carriere after the Members of the Federal House of Representatives.

(13) Trade Commissioners for the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, and Information Officers, with but
after honorary Consuls-General and Consuls de Carriere.

(14) The Mayors of Port-of-Spain, San Fernando and Arima, in that order, after the Principal of the University
College of the West Indies and after the Governor at Civic functions within their municipalities.

(15) Honorary Consuls and Vice-Consuls after the Mayors of Port-of-Spain, San Fernando and Arima.

(16) The Secretary General of the Caribbean Commission after honorary Consuls and Vice-Consuls.


33
PUBLICATION OF BILL
NOTICE is hereby given that the following Bill is published in this Gazette for public information :-
The Immunities and Privileges (International Organisations and Overseas Countries) (Amendment)
Bill.


GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. TRINIDAD, W.I.-1961







The Immunities and Privileges (Internalional Organisations
and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill


THE WEST INDIES


THE IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES (INTERNA-
TIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND OVERSEAS
COUNTRIES) (AMENDMENT) BILL

OBJECTS AND REASONS

This Bill seeks to amend the Immunities and
Privileges (International Organisations and Overseas Coun-
tries) Act, 1959, (Cap. 131) in order to remove the present
restrictions (contained in the Schedule to the Act) on the
extent of the immunities and privileges which may be con-
ferred under sections 3 and 4 of the Act, and to provide that
such immunities and privileges may be granted as may be
specified in the relevant Order.








The Inmmunities and Piilvileges (International Organisations
2 and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill

THE WEST INDIES

ACT No. of 1961

THE IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES (INTERNA-
TIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND OVERSEAS
COUNTRIES) (AMENDMENT) BILL

ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES
Clause
1. Short title.
2. Application.
3. Section 3 of the principal Act. Substitution of new section.
4. Section 4 of the principal Act. Substitution of new section.
5. Amendment of section 5 of the principal Act.
6. Repeal of section 9 of the principal Act and of the Schedule thereto.



AN ACT to amend the Immunities and Privileges (Interna-
tional organizations and Overseas Countries) Act, 1959.

Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate
and the House of Representatives of The West Indies, and
by the authority of the same, as follows-

Short 1. This Act may be cited as the Immunities and
Title. Privileges (International Organisations and Overseas Coun-
tries) (Amendment) Act, 1961, and shall be read as one with
the Immunities and Privileges (International Organisations
cap 131 and Overseas Countries) Act, 1959, hereinafter called the
principal Act.

Applia- 2. This Act shall apply to the Cayman Islands and
tion.
Turks and Caicos Islands.

section 3 3. The following section shall be substituted for
of the
principal section 3 of the principal Act-
Act.
Substitu-
tion of
new
section.









The Inmnunities and Privileges (Internaional Organisations
and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill 3

"inimuni 3. (1) This section shall apply to any organisation
ties,
privileges declared by Order of the Governor-General to be an
enpacities organisation of which the United Kingdom or Her
internt-i Majesty's Government therein or the Federation or
tional the Government thereof and one or more overseas
organisa-
tions countries or the government or governments thereof
ind per- are members.
sons
connected
therewith. (2) The (Governor-General may by Order-

(a) provide that any organisation to which
this section applies (hereinafter
referred to as "the organisation") shall
have the legal capacities of a body
corporate and shall also have such
immunities and privileges as may be
set out in the Order;
(b) confer upon-
(i) any persons who are representa-
tatives (whether of government
or not) on any organ of the
organisation or are members of
any committee of the organisation
or of an organ thereof;
(ii) such number of officers of the
organisation as may be specified
in the Order, being the holders of
such high offices in the organisa-
tion as may be so specified;
(iii) such persons employed on mis-
sions on behalf of the organisation
as may be so specified;
(iv) such other classes of officers and
servants of the organisation as
may be so specified; and
(v) the staff of such representatives
and members as are mentioned in
sub-paragraph (i) of this para-
graph and the families of officers
of the organisation;









The Iiumtuities and Pritilcges (International Organisations
4 and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill

such immunities and privileges as may be
set out in the Order:
Provided that the Order shall be so framed as
to secure that there are not conferred on any person
any immunities or privileges greater in extent than
those which, at the time of the making of the Order,
are required to be conferred on that person in order
to give effect to any international agreement in that
behalf and shall not confer any immunity or privilege
upon any person as the representative of the
Government of the Federation or as a member of
the staff of such a representative."

section 4 4. The following section shall be substituted for
of the
principal section 4 of the principal Act-
Act.
Substitu- "Immuli- 4. (1) This section shall apply in respect of any
tion of ties,
new privileges agreement declared by Order of the Governor-
section. and General to be an agreement between the Federation
undar es or the Government thereof and-
ents for (a) any overseas country or the govern-
financial ment thereof, or
or other
assistance. (b) any overseas government agency,
for the provision of financial, technical or other
assistance to the Federation.
(2) For the purposes of this Act, the expression
"overseas government agency" means any body or
institution which is recognized by the government
of an overseas country to be an agency of that
government.
(3) The Governor-General may by Order-
(a) provide that in respect of any agree-
ment to which this section applies such
immunities and privileges as may be
set out in the Order shall operate, and
where the party to such agreement is
an overseas government agency such
overseas government agency shall
also have the capacities of a body
corporate;








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and Overseas Countries) (Amendment) Bill 5

(b) confer upon-

(i) any persons who are assigned for
duty in the Federation otherwise
than by the Federation or the
Government thereof in pursuance
of an agreement to which this
section applies; and
(ii) the family of any person upon
whom immunities and privileges
are conferred under sub-para-
graph (i) of this paragraph;

such immunities and privileges as may
be set out in the Order:

Provided that the Order shall be so framed as
to secure that the immunities and privileges to be
enjoyed by any overseas country, overseas govern-
ment agency or persons by virtue of the Order are
not greater than those which, at the time of the
making of the Order, are necessary to give effect
to the agreement to which the Order relates."

5. Section 5 of the principal Act is hereby amendedAmend-
by deleting paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (1) thereof netof
and substituting therefore the following paragraphs- of the
principal
"(a) in the case of an Order made under subsec-Act.
tion (2) of section 3 of this Act, shall compile
a list of persons entitled to immunities and
privileges conferred under sub-paragraphs
(i), (ii) and (iii) of paragraph (b) of that
subsection, and may compile a list of the
persons entitled to immunities and privileges
conferred under sub-paragraph (iv) of para-
graph (b) of that subsection;
(b) in the case of an Order made under subsection
(3) of section 4 of this Act, shall compile a list
of the persons entitled to immunities and
privileges conferred under sub-paragraph (i)
of paragraph (b) of that subsection;"










The lnmnunuities and Privileges (International Organisations
6 and Overseas Countries) (Amnendment) Bill

Re ,tI of 6. Section 9 of the principal Act and the Schedule
s-etion 9
of the to that Act are hereby repealed.
principal
Act and
of the
Schedule
thereto.


Printed by Yuille's Printerie Limited, Trinidad,
By Authority.


























THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


Vol. 4 FRIDAY, 10th MARCH, 1961 No. 10


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT
APPENDIX


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page


The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana)
(Amendment) Rules, 1960


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The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana)
7 (Amendment) Rules, 1960


THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT (APPEALS FROM
BRITISH GUIANA) (AMENDMENT) RULES, 1960.

Made by the Chief Justice of The West Indies and two
Judges of the Federal Supreme Court by virtue of the powers conferred
upon them by section 7 ot the British Guiana (Appeals) Order in Council,
1957, and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Rule
1. Short title and Commencement.


Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Amendment to
Civil Form 2A.
Civil Form 11.


Order II, rule 2.
Order II, rule 3.
Order II, rule 5.
Order II, rule 13.
Order II, rule 14.
Order II, rule 27.
Order II, rule 28.
Order III, rule 8.
Order III, rule 14.
Order III, rule 18.
Order III, rule 21.
Order IV, Caption.
Order IV, rule 1.
Appendix A.


The Chief Justice of The West Indies and two other Judges
of the Federal Supreme Court selected by him in exercise of the powers
conferred upon them by section 7 of the British Guiana (Appeals)
Order in Council, 1957, and of all other powers enabling them in that
behalf, hereby make the following Rules:

short title 1. These Rules may be cited as the Federal Supreme Court
and Cor- (Appeals from British Guiana) (Amendment) Rules, 1960, and shall
mencement. come into operation on the date of their publication in the Official
Gazette of British Guiana.


Amend-
ment to
Order II,
rule 2.


2. Rule 2 of Order II of the Federal Supreme Court (Appeals
from British Guiana) Rules, 1959 (in these Rules referred to as "the
principal Rules") is hereby amended:-

(a) by the revocation of paragraph (1) thereof and by the
substitution therefore of the following paragraph-








The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana)
(Amendment) Rules, 1960 8

"2. (1) Where an appeal lies by leave only, any
person desiring leave to appeal shall apply for leave
within fourteen days, either by notice of motion or
by summons (whichever is appropriate) and such
application shall be made to the Court or to the
Court below or to the Judge who made the order;
the period of fourteen days shall run from the date of
the decision against which leave to appeal is
sought.";

(b) by the addition thereto of the following paragraphs-

"(3) If a respondent intends, upon the hearing
of a motion brought under this rule, to apply for
leave to appeal in order to vary the decision of the
Court below, he shall within seven days of the service
upon 'him of the notice of motion (or within such
time as may be prescribed by special order made on
application) give written notice of such intention
to any parties who may be affected by such con-
tention, and in such notice shall clearly state the
reasons on which he intends to rely, and within the
same period he shall file a copy of such notice with
the Deputy Registrar.

(4) If on the hearing of a motion brought under
this rule the respondent is given leave to appeal in
order to vary the decision of the Court below, it
shall not be necessary for him to comply with the
provisions of rule 5 of this Order.

(5) The provisions of paragraph (3) of rule 5
of this Order shall apply to a notice given under
paragraph (3) of rule 2 as it does to a notice under
rule 5.".

3. RTaul 3 of Order II of the principal Rules is hereby revokedAmend-
and the following rule substituted therefor:- ment to
Order II,
rule 3.
"Time 3. (1) Subject to the provisions of this rule, no
limits appeal shall be brought after the expiration of six
appealing. weeks from the date of judgment delivered or order
made, against which the appeal is brought, provided
that in the case of appeals-

(a) against an interlocutory order or judgment
the period shall be fourteen days and, where
leave to appeal against such order or
judgment is required, fourteen days from
the grant of leave;








The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana)
9 (Amendment) Rules, 1960

(b) against an order or judgment made in the
matter of the winding up of a company, or
in a matter of any bankruptcy, the period
shall be twenty-one days.

(2) An appeal shall be deemed to have been
brought when the notice of appeal has been filed with
the Deputy Registrar.

Extension (3) A judge of the Court may by order extend
of time the time prescribed in paragraph (1) of this rule
for
appealing, within which an appeal may be brought, provided
an application for this purpose is made within one
month of the expiration of the time so prescribed.

(4) In exceptional circumstances, the Court
having power to hear and determine an appeal may
on application extend the time within which an
appeal may be brought beyond the period delimited
for an application to a judge of the Court under
this rule.

(5) Every application for enlargement of time
when made to a judge of the Court shall be made
by summons, and when made to the Court shall be
by motion. Every summons or notice of motion
filed shall be supported by an affidavit setting forth
good and substantial reasons for the application and
by grounds of appeal which prima facie show good
cause therefore.

(6) Two copies of the summons and supporting
affidavit and four copies of the notice of motion
and supporting affidavit, in addition to the filed
copies, shall be left with the Deputy Registrar at
the time of filing for transmission to the Registrar.

(7) When time is so enlarged a copy of the
order granting such 'enlargement shall be annexed
to the notice of appeal.".

Amend- 4. Paragraph (1) of rule 5 of Order II of the principal Rules
meant to is hereby amended by the deletion therefrom of the words "It shall
Order oI,
rule 5. not, under any circumstances, be necessary for a respondent to give
notice of motion by way of cross-appeal, but"; this paragraph shall
begin: "If a respondent intends....".
Amend- 5. Rule 13 of Order II of the principal Rules, is hereby amended
rer IIt by the addition thereto of the following paragraph:-
rule 13.








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(Amendment) Rules, 1960 10

"(5) The Registrar or the Deputy Registrar
may require the appellant to pay the costs of trans-
mitting to the Central Registry of the Federal
Supreme Court by surface mail or by airmail, the
record and any document in the appeal received
by him before or after the transmission thereof;
and such costs shall be deemed part of the costs
in the appeal.".

6. Rule 14 of Order II of the principal Rules is hereby Amend-
ment to
amended :- order I,
rule 14.
(a) by renumbering that rule as "14.(1)" and by the
substitution for the words "with the Registrar a notice
that he desires to withdraw his appeal" of the words
"with the Deputy Registrar a notice that he desires
to withdraw his appeal, together with two copies
thereof,";

(b) by the addition thereto of the following paragraph-

(2) The Deputy Registrar shall send one copy
of the notice of withdrawal to the Registrar and
the other copy to the Registrar of the Court
below.".

7. Rule 27 of Order II of the principal Rules is hereby amended Amend-
by the deletion of paragraphs (a) and (b) thereof and by the substitutionm-ent to
of the following paragraphs therefor:- rule 27.

"(a) judgment may be delivered subsequently in British
Guiana:

(b) at a sitting of the Court for the purpose of delivering
such judgment, the Court may be constituted by one, two
or three judges; and

(c) a judge whether or not present at the hearing of an
appeal may deliver the judgment of the Court (being
the judgment of all or of the majority present threat)
and may read the reasons for such judgment or for the
concurrence or dissent of any judge who was a member
of the Court at the hearing.".

8. Rule 28 of Order I1 of the principal Rules is hereby amended Amend-
by the substitution for the words "the presiding judge" of the wordment to
Order -I,
"the Registrar". rule 28.

9. Rule 8 of Order III of the principal Rules is hereby amended:- Amend-
ment to
(a) by the addition after the words "by direction of the Order III,
Judge of the Court below" in paragraph (1) thereof ofrule 8.








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ii (Amendment) Rules, 1960


the words "or by a general direction of the Chief Justice
of British Guiana";

(b) by the insertion after paragraph (1) thereof of the
following paragrap'h-

"(1A) Where it is provided by the law of
British Guiana that any notice of the summing-up
or directions of the Judge or notes of any part of
the proceedings shall be taken, and the direction
of the Judge of the Court below is not therefore
required, such notes shall be accepted by the Court
as provided in paragraph (1) of this rule.";

(c) by the revocation of paragraph (2) thereof and by the
substitution therefore of the following paragraph-

"(2) Where the provisions of paragraph (1)
or (1A) of this rule have not been complied with,
a statement of the Judge of the Court below giving
his recollection of the summing-up or direction
shall be accepted as accurate unless the Court
sees reason to the contrary.".

mend-o 10. Rule 14 of Order ITT of the principal Rules is hereby
Order III, amended:-
rule 14.
(:a) by the deletion from paragraph (1) thereof of the words
"which form the appellant is hereby required to fill up
and forthwith return to the Registrar";

(b) by the revocation of paragraph (5) thereof.

Amend- 11. Rule 18 of Order HI of the principal Rules is hereby
ment to amended:-
Order III,
rule 18.
(a) by the deletion from paragraph (1) thereof of the words
"the Court below" and of the word "said" wherever they
occur;

(b) by the substitution in paragraph (3) thereof for the
word "such" of the word "the";

(c) by the deletion from paragraph (8) thereof of the words
"or, where the appellant was released on bail by the
court before which he was convicted, the said court,".
Amend- 12. Rule 21 of Order III of the principal Rules is hereby amended
ment to
OrderIII, by renumbering the same as "21.(1)", and by the addition thereto of
rule 21. the following paragraph:-









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(Amendment) Rules, 1960 12

"(2) At a sitting of the Court for the purpose of
delivering a single judgment, the Court may be
constituted by one, two or three judges.".

13. The caption to Order IV of the principal Rules is herebyAmend-
"ment to
amended by the addition thereto of the words "in any criminal cause order V,
matter". Caption.

14. Rule 1 of Order IV of the principal Rules is hereby amendedAmend-
by the addition after the word "appeal" in the second line thereofment to
of the words "under section 33 of the Ordinance". Order IV,
rule 1.
15. Appendix A of the principal Rules is hereby amended:- Amend-
ment to
(a) by the insertion in the Index to Forms after the reference Appendi
to Form 2 of the following references:-

"2A Order II-r.2(3) Application for leave to appeal
by respondent";

(b) by the insertion after Civil Form 2 of Civil Form 2A setCivilForm
out in the Appendix to these Rules; 2A.

(c) by the deletion from Civil Form 11 of the wordsCivilForm
"Presiding Judge". 11.



Made this 20th day of December, 1960.


ERIC HALLINAN,
Chief Justice.


A. B. RENNIE,
Federal Justice.


C. V. H. ARCHER,
Federal Justice.








The Federal Supreme Court (Appeals from British Guiana)
(Amendment) Rules, 1960


CIVIL FORM 2A


0. II, r. 2(3)


IN THE FEDERAL SUPREME COURT
APPELLATE JURISDICTION

APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL BY RESPONDENT

British Guiana

Civil Appeal No ......... of 19 ...

Between

..... ...... .(Plaintiff/Defendant)* Respondent(s)

and

............................... (Plaintiff/Defendant)* Respondeut(s)

TAKE NOTICE that upon the hearing of the application for
leave. to appeal the Respondent herein intends to apply for leave to
appeal and to contend that the decision of the (Court below) dated
the............. .............. day of ........................ 1 ....
should be varied as follows: t

AND TAKE NOTICE that the grounds on which the
Respondent intends to rely are as follows:-

1.

2.

3, etc.

DATED this ........... day of ..................... 19... .



Respondents)

To ............ ................ (Appellant)
and to the Registrar.

*Strike out words inapplicable.
tState the variation which will be asked for.


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