„Apart from that.“ Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/apart%20from. Retrieved 30 September 2022. While reading the Crown Proceedings Act 1950, I came across a use of the phrase „outside this section“ that I don`t understand much: searching for legal acronyms and/or abbreviations that include Apart in the dictionary of legal abbreviations and acronyms. (a) the competent government agency on its own behalf if the department has the power to institute an action outside this section; So far, my understanding is that the provisions cited only apply if a statute other than this section provides that the department can prosecute. That is, the department could not prosecute or be prosecuted solely under section 14 unless another statute allowed it. But the fact is that section 14 alone does not give any department the ability to prosecute. Consequently, that possibility can only be granted by another act. Why, then, should the phrase „outside this section“ be necessary in this regard? (2) Subject to this Act and any other Act, civil proceedings shall be instituted under this Act against the Crown against, What is the purpose or meaning of the bold sentence in the sentence? Would the provisions have a different meaning if that sentence were omitted? You might be interested in the historical significance of this term. Browse or search Apart in Historical Law in the Encyclopedia of Law. Search or search Apart in the American Encyclopedia of Law, Asian Encyclopedia of Law, European Encyclopedia of Law, UK Encyclopedia of Law, or Latin American and Spanish Encyclopedia of Law.
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