Suitors Fund Regulations 1965



    3. Indemnity certificate

    (1) An indemnity certificate shall be in the form of Form 1 in the schedule and shall be signed by the judge before whom the application for the certificate was made.

    (1a) A costs certificate shall be in the form of Form 1a or 1b, as the case requires, in the schedule and shall be signed by a Judge of the Supreme Court.

    (2) A certificate granted pursuant to section 14(1)(c) or (d) of the Act shall be in the form of Form 2 or 2a, as the case requires, in the schedule to these regulations and shall be signed by the presiding judge, magistrate or justice, as the case may be.

    (3) A person to whom an indemnity certificate or a certificate under section 14(1)(c) of the Act is granted shall cause the indemnity certificate or certificate to be prepared and shall present it to the judge, or as the case may be, the presiding judge, magistrate or justice, for signature, together with a copy thereof which shall be filed by the proper officer of the Court with the file relating to the appeal or proceeding in respect of which the indemnity certificate or certificate was granted.

    (3a) A person to whom a costs certificate is granted shall cause the certificate to be prepared and shall present it to a Judge of the Supreme Court for signature together with a copy thereof which shall be filed by the proper officer of the Court with the file relating to the appeal in respect of which the costs certificate was granted.

    (4) Where a respondent to whom an indemnity certificate has been granted fails to comply with the provisions of subregulation (3), the appellant may cause the indemnity certificate to be prepared and presented to the judge for signature, together with a copy thereof which shall be filed in the manner prescribed in that subregulation.

    [Regulation 3 amended in Gazette 18 Feb 1972 p. 364.]



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