Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act
Marginal note:Old regulations not revived
(a) revive any regulation or part thereof revoked by them;
(b) affect any saving clause in the regulations or parts thereof so revoked; or
(c) prevent the application of any of those regulations or parts thereof, or of any regulation or part thereof formerly in force, to any transaction, matter or thing anterior to the revocation to which they would otherwise apply.
Marginal note:Not new law
(2) A regulation included in the Consolidated Regulations shall not be held to operate as a new regulation, but shall be construed and have effect as a consolidation and as declaratory of the law as contained in the regulation and parts thereof as consolidated, and for which the regulation included in the Consolidated Regulations is substituted.
Marginal note:Where consolidation differs
(3) Where, on any point, the provisions of a regulation included in the Consolidated Regulations are not in effect the same as those of the revoked provisions for which they are substituted, in respect of all transactions, matters and things subsequent to the time when the regulation included in the Consolidated Regulations takes effect, the provisions contained in that regulation prevail, but in respect of all transactions, matters and things anterior to that time, the revoked provisions prevail.
Marginal note:Construction of references
(4) A reference in any regulation remaining in force and unconsolidated, or in any instrument or document, to any regulation or part thereof revoked under subsection 13(3) by inclusion in the Consolidated Regulations shall, after the regulation in the Consolidated Regulations takes effect, be deemed, in respect of any subsequent transaction, matter or thing, to be a reference to the regulation or part thereof in the Consolidated Regulations having the same effect as the revoked regulation or part thereof.
- 1974-75-76, c. 20, s. 18
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