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SI 2022/39 - The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 5) (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2022 / Rheoliadau Diogelu Iechyd (Cyfyngiadau Coronafeirws) (Rhif 5) (Cymru) (Diwygio) 2022

Part 2A of the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 enables the Welsh Ministers, by regulations, to make provision for the purpose of preventing, protecting against, controlling or provi...

SI 2022/36 - The A44 Trunk Road (Llangurig, Powys to Aberystwyth, Ceredigion) (Temporary Speed Restrictions & No Overtaking) Order 2022 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A44 (Llangurig, Powys i Aberystwyth, Ceredigion) (Cyfyngiadau Cyflymder Dros Dro a Dim Goddiweddyd) 2022

SI 2022/35 - The A470 Trunk Road (Powys/Merthyr Tydfil County Boundary to Builth Wells, Powys) (Temporary Speed Restrictions & No Overtaking) Order 2022 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A470 (Ffin Sirol Powys/Merthyr Tudful i Lanfair-ym-Muallt, Powys) (Cyfyngiadau Cyflymder Dros Dro a Dim Goddiweddyd) 2022

SI 2022/28 - The Renting Homes (Model Written Statements of Contract) (Wales) Regulations 2022 / Rheoliadau Rhentu Cartrefi (Datganiadau Ysgrifenedig Enghreifftiol o Gontract) (Cymru) 2022

The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 (anaw 1) (“the Act”) establishes two types of occupation contract, the secure contract and the standard contract. A standard contract can be either periodic o...

SI 2021/1493 - The A489 Trunk Road (Cemmaes Road to Machynlleth, Powys) (Temporary Speed Restrictions and No Overtaking) Order 2021 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A489 (Glantwymyn i Fachynlleth, Powys) (Cyfyngiadau Cyflymder Dros Dro a Dim Goddiweddyd) 2021

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