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Contents (1987 - 15)
Interpretation Act 1987 No 15
Current version for 15 September 2015 to date (accessed 20 November 2017 at 01:06)
Part 4 Section 29A
29A   Revocation of repeal of Acts and instruments
(1)  The Governor may, by proclamation published on the NSW legislation website, revoke the repeal of an Act or instrument if the revocation of the repeal is authorised by this section. In that case, the Act or instrument is taken not to be, and never to have been, repealed.
(2)  The revocation of the repeal of an Act or instrument is authorised only if, at the time of the repeal, the Act or instrument effecting the repeal:
(a)  stated that this section applied to the repeal or otherwise authorised the Governor to revoke the repeal, or
(b)  described the repeal (in a heading or otherwise) as the repeal of redundant, spent or unnecessary Acts or instruments.
(3)  The revocation of the repeal of an Act or instrument under this section does not operate so as:
(a)  to affect in a manner prejudicial to any person (other than the State or an authority of the State) the rights of that person existing before the revocation of the repeal, or
(b)  to impose liabilities on any person (other than the State or an authority of the State) in respect of anything done or omitted to be done before the revocation of the repeal.