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Petroleum (Consolidation) Act (Northern Ireland) 1929

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Licences for Keeping Petroleum-Spirit

    1. 1.Petroleum-spirit not to be kept without a licence.

    2. 1A.Powers of local authority in relation to petroleum-spirit licences

    3. 2.Provisions as to licences.

    4. 3.Licensing Procedures and Appeals

    5. 4.Fees payable for licences

  3. Labelling of Vessels containing Petroleum-Spirit

    1. 5.Provisions as to the labelling of vessels containing petroleum-spirit.

  4. Transport of Petroleum-Spirit

    1. 6.Regulations as to the conveyance of petroleum-spirit by road.

    2. Ss. 7, 8 rep. by SR 1991/509

    3. S. 9 rep. by SR 2003/152

  5. Special Provisions as to Keeping, Use and Supply of Petroleum-Spirit for Motor Vehicles

    1. 10.Regulations as to the keeping and use of petroleum-spirit for purpose of motor vehicles, motor boats, aircraft and engines.

    2. S. 11 rep. by 1972 NI 17

  6. Regulations as to Special Classes of Petroleum-Spirit

    1. 12.Regulations as to classes of petroleum-spirit likely to be dangerous or injurious to health.

  7. Accidents in Connection with Petroleum-Spirit

    1. S. 13 rep. by SR 1981/339

    2. S. 14 rep. by 2005 c. 12

    3. 15.Coroners' inquests on deaths from accidents connected with petroleum-spirit.

  8. Powers of Inspection, etc.

    1. 16.Powers of government inspectors.

    2. S.17 rep. by SR 2003/152

    3. 18.Warrants to search for and seize petroleum-spirit.

  9. Power to Apply Act to Other Substances

    1. 19.Power to make Orders in Council applying Act to other substances.

  10. Supplementary

    1. S. 20 rep. by SR 1992/413

    2. 21.Laying of regulations before Parliament.

    3. 22.Publication of certain byelaws.

    4. 23.Interpretation.

    5. 24.Savings.

    6. 24A.(1) The provisions of this Act shall not apply in...

    7. 25.Short title and repeal.


    1. First Schedule rep. by SR 1992/396

    2. Second Schedule rep. by SR 1992/413

    3. Third Schedule rep. by SLR ( NI ) 1952

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