the 1995 Act definition

the 1995 Act means the Pensions Act 1995;
the 1995 Act means the Consumer Credit Act 1995 (as amended); “the 1997 Act” means the Central Bank Act 1997 (as amended);
the 1995 Act means the Environment Act 1995;

Examples of the 1995 Act in a sentence

  • Subsection (1) is subject to sections (Tainted acquittals), (Admission subsequent to acquittal) and (New evidence) and is without prejudice to sections 118(1)(c) (disposal of appeals), 119 (provision where High Court authorises new prosecution), 183(1)(d) (stated case: disposal of appeal) and 185 (authorisation of new prosecution) of the 1995 Act.

  • The person made subject to the interim compulsion order has a right of appeal against it being made under section 60 of the 1995 Act (as amended by the 2003 Act).

  • Section 130 inserts 19 new sections after section 52 of the 1995 Act.

  • Wherever the 1990 Listed Buildings Act refers to a local authority and relies on the general definition of that term in the 1990 Planning Act, National Park authorities are also included, by virtue of provisions inserted by paragraphs 32(11) and 33 of Schedule 10 to the Environment Act 1995 or glossing provisions in paragraph 2(4) of Schedule 8 and paragraph 13 of Schedule 9 to the 1995 Act.

  • They submitted that the declaration under the 1995 Act was unnecessary when the marriage had taken place some fifteen years prior to Dr. Hamza’s arrival in the State.


More Definitions of the 1995 Act

the 1995 Act means the Pensions Act 1995; “the 2004 Act” means the Pensions Act 2004;
the 1995 Act means the Merchant Shipping Act 1995; “Annex II” means Annex II to the Convention F4;
the 1995 Act means the Children (Scotland) Act 1995(2);
the 1995 Act means the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995;
the 1995 Act means the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 (c. 46), “the 1997 Act” means the Police Act 1997 (c. 50),
the 1995 Act means the Merchant Shipping Act 1995;
the 1995 Act means the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995,