Tourist Traffic Act 1983

Prescription of fees.


5. (1) Subsection (2) of section 26 of the principal Act is hereby amended by the deletion of “ not exceeding two pounds” in paragraph ( c), and that subsection, as amended by this section, is set out in the Table to this subsection.


Every application under this section for the registration of any premises shall—

( a) be made in writing in the prescribed form and manner,

( b) contain the prescribed particulars,

( c) be accompanied by such fee as shall be prescribed, and

( d) be also accompanied by a statement (in this Act referred to as a scale of charges) in the prescribed form of the charges which the applicant proposes to make for rooms, meals and services provided in such premises during the period between such registration (if granted) and the then next following 31st day of December.

(2) Section 42 of the Principal Act is hereby amended—

( a) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (3):

“(3) A certificate, purporting to be signed by an officer of the Board authorised in that behalf by the Board, that any premises specified in such certificate are not entered in the register specified in such certificate shall be sufficient evidence until the contrary is shown of the matters so certified, and it shall not be necessary to prove the signature of such officer, or that he was in fact such officer, or was in fact so authorised.”.


( b) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (4):

“(4) Any person may—

( a) inspect any register on payment of such fee for each inspection as shall be prescribed;

( b) obtain a copy, certified in manner hereinbefore mentioned to be a true copy, of any entry in any register on payment of such fee, for each folio of 72 words of the copy, as shall be prescribed;

( c) obtain such certificate as is hereinbefore mentioned that any specified premises are not registered in a specified register on payment of such fee for each certificate as shall be prescribed.”.