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Interpretation Act 1987 No 15
Current version for 15 September 2015 to date (accessed 27 May 2017 at 14:27)
Part 10 Section 60
60   Laws with specific application not to apply
(1)  Nothing in this Part renders a provision of the laws of the State applicable in a particular place:
(a)  in so far as the provision is incapable of applying in or in relation to that place,
(b)  if those laws expressly provide that the provision does not extend or apply in or in relation to that place, or
(c)  if those laws expressly provide that the provision applies only in a specified locality in the State that does not include that place.
(2)  A provision of the laws of the State shall not be taken to be a provision to which subsection (1) applies merely because it is limited in its application to acts, matters and things within the territorial or adjacent waters (however described) of the State.