Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958

Revised Edition

25.400.50

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This is a revised edition of the law




Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958[1]

THE STATES, in pursuance of the Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Law 1953,[2] have made the following Regulations –

Commencement [see endnotes]

A1     Interpretation

In these Regulations “Minister” means the Minister for Infrastructure.[3]

1        Documents for drivers and vehicles going abroad

(1)     The Minister may issue for use outside Jersey a driving permit in each or either of the forms A and B in Schedule 1 to these Regulations to a person who has attained the age of 18 years and satisfies the Minister –

(a)     that the person is competent to drive motor vehicles of the classes or descriptions for which the permit is to be issued; and

(b)     that the person is resident in Jersey:

Provided that a permit in form A which is restricted to motor cycles or invalid carriages may be issued to a person under 18 years of age.

(2)     The Minister may issue for use outside Jersey a document in form D in Schedule 1 to these Regulations for any motor vehicle registered under the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993.[4]

(3)     The Minister may issue for use outside Jersey with any such motor vehicle or any trailer a document certifying –

(a)     the weight of the maximum load which the vehicle is to be permitted to carry; and

(b)     the permissible maximum weight, that is to say, the weight of the vehicle when ready for the road and carrying the maximum load so specified.

(4)     The Minister may assign to any trailer an identification mark to be carried on the trailer outside Jersey.

(5)     The Minister may assign to a motor vehicle to which the Decision of 1957 of the Council of the Organisation for European Economic Co-Operation applies, an identification mark in the form of such a trade plate as may be required to be carried on such a vehicle under the provisions of Section 1 of the Regulation attached to that Decision.

In this paragraph, the “Decision of 1957 of the Council of the Organisation for European Economic Co-Operation” means the decision of the Council of the Organisation for European Economic Co-Operation concerning the International Circulation of Hired Private Road Motor Vehicles, adopted by that Council at its 369th Meeting, in June, 1957.[5]

(6)     The Minister may charge a fee for any document issued under this Regulation or for the assignment of any identification mark under this Regulation and the fee shall be of the amount specified in relation thereto in Schedule 2.

(7)     The Minister may for the purpose of its functions under this Regulation carry out examinations of vehicles.[6]

(8)     The Minister may delegate his or her functions to issue driving permits under paragraph (1) (and the power to charge a fee under paragraph (6) in respect thereof) to the Connétable of the parish in which the person to whom the permit is to be issued resides.[7]

2        Visitors’ driving permits [8]

(1)     Subject to the provisions of this Regulation, it shall be lawful for a person resident outside Jersey who is temporarily in Jersey and holds –

(a)     a Convention driving permit;

(b)     a domestic driving permit issued in a country outside Jersey; or

(c)     a British Forces (BFG) driving licence,

during a period of 12 months from the date of the person’s last entry into Jersey to drive, and, except in the case of a holder of a British Forces (BFG) driving licence, be employed in driving, in Jersey a motor vehicle of any class or description which the person is authorized by that permit or that licence to drive, notwithstanding that the person is not the holder of a licence within the meaning of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956.[9]

(2)     Subject to the provisions of this Regulation, it shall be lawful for a person resident outside Jersey who is temporarily in Jersey and holds –

(a)     a Convention driving permit; or

(b)     a domestic driving permit issued in a country outside Jersey,

during a period of 12 months from the date of the person’s last entry into Jersey to drive, and be employed in driving, in Jersey a public service vehicle brought temporarily into Jersey which the person is authorized by that permit to drive, notwithstanding that the person is not the holder of such a licence as is required by Article 28 of the Motor Traffic (Jersey) Law 1935.[10]

(3)     The foregoing provisions of this Regulation shall be without prejudice to Article 20 of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956,[11] but paragraph (6) of that Article shall not apply in relation to a person driving in pursuance of this Regulation a heavy motor cycle brought temporarily into Jersey if the person has attained the age of 18 years.

(4)     This Regulation shall not authorize a person to drive a motor vehicle of any class or description if, in consequence of a conviction or of the order of a court, the person is disqualified for holding a driving licence under the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956.[12]

(5)     The Minister may by Order withdraw the right conferred by paragraph (1)(b) or the right conferred by paragraph (1)(c) or the right conferred by paragraph (2)(b), or any 2 or more of those rights, either in the case of all domestic driving permits or British Forces (BFG) driving licences, or in the case of domestic driving permits or British Forces (BFG) driving licences of a description specified in the Order or held by persons of a description so specified.

(6)     In this Regulation –

British Forces (BFG) driving licence” means a driving licence issued in Germany to members of the British Forces or of the civilian component thereof or to the dependants of such members by the British authorities in that country in such a form and in accordance with such licensing system as may from time to time be approved by those authorities; and

dependants” in relation to such a member of the British Forces or of the civilian component thereof, means any of the following persons, namely –

(a)     the wife or husband or civil partner of that member; and

(b)     any other person wholly or mainly maintained by the person or in the person’s custody, charge or care;

Convention driving permit” means a driving permit in the form A in Schedule 1 to these Regulations issued under the authority of a country outside Jersey, whether or not that country is a party to the Convention of 1949, or a driving permit in the form B in Schedule 1 issued under the authority of a country outside Jersey which is a party to the Convention of 1926 but not to the Convention of 1949;

Convention of 1926” means the International Convention relative to Motor Traffic concluded at Paris in the year 1926;

Convention of 1949” means the Convention on Road Traffic concluded at Geneva in the year 1949;

domestic driving permit” in relation to a country outside Jersey means –

(a)     a document issued under the law of that country and authorizing the holder to drive motor vehicles, or a specified class or description of motor vehicles, in that country;

(b)     a driving permit issued by the armed forces of any country outside Jersey for use in some other country outside Jersey;

(c)     a provisional licence issued under section 88 of the Road Traffic Act 1972 of the United Kingdom, when accompanied by a valid certificate issued pursuant to Regulations made under that Act to the effect that the holder of a provisional licence has passed the test of competence to drive vehicles of the class to which the provisional licence relates,

but, except as specifically provided for in paragraph (c), excludes any document or permit which corresponds to a provisional licence within the meaning of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956. [13]

(7)     The provisions of this Regulation which authorize the holder of a permit or a licence to drive a vehicle during a specified period shall not be construed as authorizing the driving of a vehicle at a time when the permit or licence has ceased to be valid.

3        Visitors’ driving permits Schedule

Schedule 3 to these Regulations shall have effect as respects the driving permits referred to in Regulation 2.

4        Exemption from registration, and documents for vehicles brought temporarily into Jersey[14]

(1)     In this Regulation, unless the context otherwise requires –

“certificate of insurance” has the same meaning as in the Motor Traffic (Third-Party Insurance) (Jersey) Law 1948;[15]

“Convention of 1926” means the International Convention relative to Motor Traffic concluded at Paris in the year 1926;

“Convention of 1949” means the Convention on Road Traffic concluded at Geneva in the year 1949;

“Convention of 1968” means the Convention on Road Traffic concluded at Vienna in the year 1968;

“date of importation”, in relation to a vehicle, means the date on which the vehicle was last brought into Jersey;

“Inspector means the Inspector of Motor Traffic appointed under Article 2 of the Motor Traffic (Jersey) Law 1935;[16]

“insurance card” has the same meaning as in the Motor Vehicles (International Motor Insurance Card) (Jersey) Order 1963;[17]

“nationality sign” means a sign complying with the provisions of –

(a)     Annex 3 to the Convention of 1968;

(b)     Annex 4 to the Convention of 1949; or

(c)     Annex C to the Convention of 1926,

and bearing the distinctive letters specified in or under the Convention for the country under the law of which the vehicle is registered;

 “visitor’s registration document” means –

(a)     in the case of a vehicle registered in a country outside Jersey, a registration certificate issued under the law of any country in respect of which a nationality sign has been assigned in, or notified to the Secretary General of the United Nations under, the Convention of 1926, the Convention of 1949 or the Convention of 1968 whether or not that country is a party to the said Convention and containing a registration mark, the name or the trade mark of the maker of the vehicle, the maker’s identification or serial number, the date of its registration and the full name and permanent place of residence of the applicant for the said certificate;

(b)     a certificate in form D in Schedule 1 to these Regulations issued under the law of a country outside Jersey which is a party to the Convention of 1926; or

(c)     in the case of a vehicle registered in accordance with the registration system of the British authorities in Germany or the registration system of the United States authorities in Germany or France, a registration certificate specifying the registered letter and number allotted to the vehicle under the system.[18]

(2)     Where a vehicle registered in a country outside Jersey is brought temporarily into Jersey by a person ordinarily resident outside Jersey, it shall be exempt from registration under the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993[19] for the period, not exceeding one year following the date of importation, during which it is kept by that person in Jersey.

(3)     Where a person brings a vehicle into Jersey and the vehicle is not registered under the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993,[20] the person shall, whenever so required by the Inspector or a police officer and at a place and within a time then specified –

(a)     furnish the following particulars –

(i)      the person’s full name and the address at which the person is ordinarily resident,

(ii)      the person’s address in Jersey or, if none, the name and address in Jersey of some person through whom the person may readily be contacted while in Jersey,

(iii)     the date of importation of the vehicle and its place of entry into Jersey,

(iv)     the purpose for which the vehicle was brought into Jersey, and

(v)     the period during which the person intends to keep the vehicle in Jersey;

(b)     produce for examination the following documents –

(i)      a visitor’s registration document in respect of the vehicle, and

(ii)      either a certificate of insurance or an insurance card which in either case refers to insurance in respect of third-party risks then in force in relation to the use of the vehicle by that person; and

(c)     produce for inspection the vehicle.

(4)     Where a vehicle is brought into Jersey and, pursuant to the exemption provided by paragraph (2) of this Regulation, is not registered under the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993,[21] it shall for the purpose of identification have fixed to it and display so as to be clearly distinguishable –

(a)     the registration mark recorded in the visitor’s registration document in respect of the vehicle as its registration mark:

Provided that where the registration mark so recorded includes any letter which is not a Roman letter or a numeral which is not an ordinary European numeral, the Inspector may, in accordance with paragraph (6), assign to it an identification mark which shall be displayed on the vehicle as provided in that paragraph; and

(b)     a nationality sign, which shall be displayed at the back of the vehicle.

(5)     Where a vehicle is brought temporarily into Jersey by a person ordinarily resident outside Jersey from a country in which the vehicle is not under the law of that country required to be registered, the Inspector may, in accordance with paragraph (6), assign to it an identification mark which shall be displayed on the vehicle as provided in that paragraph.

(6)     Where, pursuant to paragraph (4) or (5) the Inspector assigns to a vehicle an identification mark –

(a)     the mark shall consist of the letter ‘E’ followed by a number;

(b)     the mark shall be borne on a plate or plates supplied by the Inspector and fixed to the vehicle to which it has been assigned in the location or locations prescribed under the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993[22] for the display of the registration mark on a vehicle of similar type registered under that Law;

(c)     the mark shall be so displayed as to be clearly distinguishable; and

(d)     there shall be paid to the Inspector on assignment of the mark a fee of £5, and the Inspector may also require payment of a deposit of a sum not exceeding £5 refundable on the return to the Inspector of the plate or plates supplied by the Inspector.

5        Public service vehicles brought temporarily into Jersey[23]

The provisions of Article 6 of the Motor Traffic (Jersey) Law 1935[24] shall not apply to single-decked public service vehicles brought into Jersey for the purpose of carrying persons making only a temporary stay therein which –

(a)     do not remain in Jersey for more than 3 months; and

(b)     are used only by persons temporarily visiting Jersey who were passengers in the vehicle immediately before its entry into Jersey and will leave Jersey not later than 3 months after such entry and by not more than 2 other persons who are employed either to drive the vehicle or to act in the capacity of guide, interpreter or organiser.

6        General[25]

The Subordinate Legislation (Jersey) Law 1960,[26] shall apply to Orders made under these Regulations.

7        Application of Interpretation Law

The mention of particular matters in this Regulation shall be without prejudice to the general application of Article 17 of the Interpretation (Jersey) Law 1954.[27]

8        Citation

These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958.

 

 


SCHEDULE 1

(REGULATION 1)

A[28]

FORM OF INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT UNDER CONVENTION OF 1949

Page 1

 

* In a permit issued by some other country the name of that country will appear instead and pages 1 and 2 will be drawn up in the language of that country.

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland *

International Motor Traffic

INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT

Convention on International Road Traffic of 1949.

Issued at .................................................................

Date ........................................................................

Signature or seal of issuing authority.

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Page 2

This permit is valid in the territory of all the Contracting States, with the exception of the territory of the Contracting State where issued, for the period of one year from the date of issue, for the driving of vehicles included in the category or categories mentioned on the last page of this permit.

List of Contracting States (optional)

It is understood that this permit shall in no way affect the obligation of the holder to conform strictly to the laws and regulations relating to residence or to the exercise of a profession which are in force in each country through which the holder travels.

 

Form of International Driving Permit

PART 1

Last

Particulars concerning the Driver:

Surname

1

 

Other names*

2

 

Place of birth**

2

 

Date of birth***

3

 

Permanent place of residence

5

Vehicles for which the permit is valid:

Motor cycles, with or without a sidecar, invalid carriages and 3-wheeled motor vehicles with an unladen weight not exceeding 400 kg (900 lbs.).

A

Motor vehicles used for the transport of passengers and comprising, in addition to the drivers seat, at most 8 seats, or those used for the transport of goods and having a permissible maximum weight not exceeding 3,500 kg (7,700 lbs.). Vehicles in this category may be coupled with a light trailer.

B

Motor vehicles used for the transport of goods and of which the permissible maximum weight exceeds 3,500 kg (7,700 lbs.). Vehicles in this category may be coupled with a light trailer.

C

Motor vehicles used for the transport of passengers and comprising, in addition to the drivers seat, more than 8 seats. Vehicles in this category may be coupled with a light trailer.

D

Motor vehicles of categories B, C or D, as authorized above, with other than a light trailer.

E

Permissible maximum weight” of a vehicle means the weight of the vehicle and its maximum load when the vehicle is ready for the road.

Maximum load” means the weight of the load declared permissible by the competent authority of the country of registration of the vehicle.

Light trailers” shall be those of a permissible maximum weight not exceeding 750 kg (1,650 lbs.).

EXCLUSION

 

Holder of this permit is deprived of the right to drive in (country)                .....................................................................................

Exclusions:
(countries I –VIII)

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......................................................................

 

by reason .....................................................

 

......................................................................

 

Place ................................................

 

Date .................................................

 

Signature .........................................

Should the above space be already filled, use any other space provided for “Exclusion”.

The entire last page (Parts 1 and 2) shall be drawn up in French.

Additional pages shall repeat in other languages the text of Part 1 of the last page. They shall be drawn up in English, Russian, Chinese and Spanish, and other languages may be added


 

under Convention of 1949

Page

PART 2

1 ...................................................................................................................

2 ...................................................................................................................

3 ...................................................................................................................

4 ...................................................................................................................

5 ...................................................................................................................

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......................................................
Signature of holder****

EXCLUSIONS
(countries)

  I ...............................................

    V ...............................................

 II ..............................................

  VI ................................................

III ..............................................

 VII ................................................

IV ..............................................

VIII ................................................

*

Fathers or husband’s name may be inserted.

**

If known.

***

Or approximate age on date of issue.

****

Or thumb impression.

 


B [29]

FORM OF INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT UNDER CONVENTION OF 1926

Page 1

 

* In a permit issued by some other country the name of that country will appear instead and the permit will be drawn up in the language of that country

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland *

International Motor Traffic

INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT

International Convention of April 24th, 1926

____________

ISSUE OF PERMIT

Issued at ................................................................................

Date .......................................................................................

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(Signature of issuing authority).

Page 2

** This should be a reference to the last page of the permit.

The present permit is valid in the territory of all the under-mentioned Contracting States for the period of one year from the date of issue for the driving of vehicles included in the category or categories mentioned on p.**

Here insert list of Contracting States

It is understood that this permit in no way diminishes the obligation of the holder to conform strictly to the laws and regulations relating to residence or to the exercise of a profession which are in force in each country through which the holder travels.

Page 3

 

PARTICULARS CONCERNING THE DRIVER

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Surname .................................................................................................(1)

Other names ...........................................................................................(2)

Place of birth ..........................................................................................(3)

Date of birth ...........................................................................................(4)

Home address .........................................................................................(5)

Form of International Driving Permit under Convention of 1926

Page 4

(Name of country)

EXCLUSION

M. (surname and other names) .................................................................. authorized as above by the authority of (country) ....................................... is deprived of the right to drive in (country) ............................................... by reason of ................................................................................................

................................................................................................

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Place .................................................................

Date ..................................................................

Signature ..........................................................

Page 5 and following pages should repeat the particulars given on page 3 translated into as many languages as may be necessary to enable the International Permit to be used in all the Contracting States mentioned on page 2.

Here begin last page

A  (1)

B  (2)

C  (3)

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(1)

A.–Motor vehicles of which the laden weight does not exceed –

3,500 kg

 

(In all languages.)

(2)

B.–Motor vehicles of which the laden weight exceeds –

3,500 kg

 

(In all languages.)

(3)

C.–Motor cycles, with or without side-car.

 

(In all languages.)

(1) .......................................................................................................................

(2) .......................................................................................................................

(3) .......................................................................................................................

(4) .......................................................................................................................

(5) .......................................................................................................................


 

D[30]

FORM OF INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR MOTOR VEHICLES UNDER CONVENTION OF 1926

Page 1

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland *

International Motor Traffic

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR MOTOR VEHICLES

International Convention of April 24th, 1926.

____________

ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE

Place ............................................................

Date .............................................................

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Signature of issuing authority.

* In a permit issued by some other country the name of that country will appear instead and the permit will be drawn up in the language of that country.

Form of International Certificate for motor vehicles under Convention of 1926

Page 2

This certificate is valid, in the territory of all the undermentioned Contracting States, for the period of one year from the date of issue.

Here insert list of Contracting States

Page 3

Owner
or
Holder

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Surname    ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  1

Other names   ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  2

Home address ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  3

Class of vehicle   ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  4

Name of maker of chassis  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  5

Type of chassis    ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  6

Serial number of type or makers number of chassis ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  7

Engine

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Number of cylinders...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  8

Engine number   ...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

  9

Stroke  ...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

10

Bore...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

11

Horse-power   ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

12

Body

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Shape  ...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ....

13

Colour  ...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

14

Number of seats ...  ...  ....  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

15

Weight of car unladen (in kg)            ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

16

Weight of car fully laden (in kg) if exceeding 3,500 kilos ... ... ...

17

Identification mark on the plates  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

18

Additional pages should repeat the particulars on page 3 translated into as many languages as may be necessary to enable the certificate to be used in all the Contracting States mentioned on page 2 and these should be followed by pages for entrance and exit visas.


SCHEDULE 2 [31]

(Regulation 1)

FEES CHARGEABLE FOR DOCUMENTS AND IDENTIFICATION MARKS

1.       The fees for the issue of the undermentioned documents shall be as follows:  –

 

 

£

p

Driving permit in form A or B ...  ...  ... 

10

00

Certificate in form D  ...   ...   ...   ...   ...   ...

1

50

Certificate of maximum load and maximum permissible weight  ...   ...   ...   ...   ...   ...

0

53

2.       The fee for the assignment of an identification mark shall be 53p.

SCHEDULE 3

(REGULATION 3)

VISITORS’ DRIVING PERMITS

1.       In this Schedule –

“driving permit” means a driving permit which by virtue of these Regulations authorizes a person to drive a motor vehicle without holding a licence;

“licence” has the same meaning as in the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956.[32]

2.

(1)     A court by whom the holder of a driving permit is convicted shall –

(a)     if in consequence of the conviction or of the order of the court the holder is disqualified for obtaining or holding a licence; or

(b)     if it orders particulars of the conviction to be endorsed on any licence held by the holder,

send particulars of the conviction to the Minister.

(2)     A court shall in no circumstances enter any particulars in a driving permit.

3.

(1)     The holder of a driving permit disqualified in consequence of a conviction or of the order of a court for holding a licence shall, if so required by the court, produce the holder’s driving permit, and the court shall forward it to the Minister.

(2)     The Minister, on receiving a driving permit forwarded under sub-paragraph (1), shall –

(a)     record particulars of the disqualification on the permit;

(b)     send the holders name and address, together with the said particulars, to the authority by whom the permit was issued; and

(c)     retain the permit until the holder leaves Jersey or until the period of disqualification expires, whichever is the earlier.

(3)     A person failing to produce a driving permit in compliance with this paragraph shall be guilty of an offence under the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956.[33]

4.

(1)     A court, on ordering the removal under Article 15(3) of the said Law of a disqualification for holding or obtaining a licence, shall, if it appears that particulars of the disqualification have been forwarded to the Minister under paragraph 2 of this Schedule, cause particulars of the order also to be forwarded to the Minister, who shall transmit the particulars to the authority shown in the Minister’s records as having issued the driving permit held by the person whose disqualification is removed.

(2)     The Minister shall, where appropriate, enter any particulars so forwarded in any driving permit which it holds in pursuance of paragraph 3 and shall then return the driving permit to the holder.

5.

(1)     In the following provisions of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956, references to a licence shall include references to a driving permit.

(2)     The said provisions are –

(a)     Article 13(1); and

(b)     Article 18(1).


Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Legislation

Year and No

Commencement

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958

R&O.3894

1 April 1958

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Regulations 1963

R&O.4425

15 April 1963

Decimal Currency (Conversion) (Jersey) Order 1971

R&O.5478

15 February 1971

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Regulations 1971

R&O.5607

1 January 1972

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations 1973

R&O.5809

18 April 1973

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Regulations 1976

R&O.6265

8 March 1976

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 6) (Jersey) Regulations 1980

R&O.6869

22 October 1980

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 7) (Jersey) Regulations 1985

R&O7443

1 January 1986

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Regulations 1986

R&O.7496

23 April 1986

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 9) (Jersey) Regulations 1989

R&O.7928

1 July 1989

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 10) (Jersey) Regulations 1989

R&O.7995

1 January 1990

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 11) (Jersey) Regulations 1993

R&O.8628

1 January 1994

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 12) (Jersey) Regulations 1996

R&O.8992

1 January 1997

Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment No. 13) (Jersey) Regulations 2002

R&O.32/2002

1 May 2002

States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 7) (Jersey) Regulations 2005

R&O.47/2005

9 December 2005

States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 12) (Jersey) Regulations 2005

R&O.133/2005

9 December 2005

States of Jersey (Transfer of Functions No. 1) (Home Affairs to Transport and Technical Services) (Jersey) Regulations 2006

R&O.41/2006

1 May 2006

Civil Partnership (Consequential Amendments) (Jersey) Regulations 2012

R&O.47/2012

2 April 2012

States of Jersey Police Force (Consequential Amendments) (Jersey) Regulations 2014

R&O.88/2014

1 August 2014

(R&O.87/2014)

States of Jersey (Transfer of Functions No. 8) (Miscellaneous Transfers) (Jersey) Regulations 2015

R&O.158/2015

1 January 2016

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original

Current

1(4A)

1(5)

1(5)

1(6)

1(6)

1(7)

1(7)

1(8)

5

repealed by R&O.8628

6

5

7

spent, omitted from this revised edition

8

6

9

repealed by R&O.8628

10

7

10(1), (2), (3), (4)

spent, omitted from this revised edition

11

8

Schedule 1 Form C

repealed by R&O.5607

 

 

 

Table of Endnote References



[1]                                    These Regulations have been amended by the States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 7) (Jersey) Regulations 2005 and the States of Jersey (Amendments and Construction Provisions No. 12) (Jersey) Regulations 2005. The amendments replace all references to a Committee of the States of Jersey with a reference to a Minister of the States of Jersey, and remove and add defined terms appropriately, consequentially upon the move from a committee system of government to a ministerial system of government

 

                                      These Regulations have been further amended by the States of Jersey (Transfer of Functions No. 1) (Home Affairs to Transport and Technical Services)) (Jersey) Regulations 2006. The amendments give effect to the transfer of functions from the Minister for Home Affairs to the Minister for Transport and Technical Services

 

[2]                                    chapter 25.400

[3] Regulation A1         amended by R&O.158/2015

[4] Regulation 1(2)      chapter 25.350

                                       substituted by R&O.5607

[5] Regulation 1 (5)     inserted by R&O.4425

[6] Regulation 1(7)      amended by R&O.7928

[7] Regulation 1(8)      substituted by R&O.32/2002

[8] Regulation 2            substituted by R&O.4425

[9]                                    chapter 25.550

[10]                                   chapter 25.200

[11]                                   chapter 25.550

[12]                                   chapter 25.550

[13] Regulation 2(6)     amended by R&O.7496, R&O.47/2012

[14] Regulation 4          substituted by R&O.8628

[15]                                   chapter 25.250

[16]                                   chapter 25.200

[17]                                   chapter 25.250.70

[18] Regulation 4(1)     amended by R&O.88/2014

[19]                                   chapter 25.350

[20]                                   chapter 25.350

[21]                                   chapter 25.350

[22]                                   chapter 25.350

[23] Regulation 5          substituted by R&O.4425, amended by R&O.5607

[24]                                   chapter 25.200

[25] Regulation 6          substituted by R&O.4425

[26]                                   chapter 15.720

[27]                                   chapter 15.360

[28] Schedule 1              Form A amended by R&O.32/2002

[29] Schedule 1              Form B amended by R&O.32/2002           

[30] Schedule 1              Form D amended by R&O.32/2002

[31] Schedule 2              substituted by R&O.5607, amended by R&O.6265, R&O.6869, R&O.7443, R&O.7995, R&O.8992, R&O.32/2002

[32]                                   chapter 25.550

[33]                                   chapter 25.550


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