8. Permission to enter reserves
(1) Whenever any person, not being a person of Aboriginal descent or a person authorised under the Act or these regulations to enter or remain within the boundaries of a reserve, desires for any stated reason to enter or remain in any reserve, he shall apply to the Minister for permission so to do and the Minister may grant such permission to enter accordingly.
(2) Subject to the provisions of subregulation (3) the Minister may in his discretion grant the permission referred to in subregulation (1) which permission shall be in the Form No. 2 in the Schedule, and shall specify therein the conditions to be observed by the person to whom it is granted, but the Minister may at any time, if he thinks fit, revoke any permission so granted.
(3) Before granting any permission to a person to enter or remain within the boundaries of a reserve pursuant to this regulation, the Minister shall consult the Aboriginal Lands Trust in the matter, but if the decision of the Minister differs in any material way from the views in the matter expressed to the Minister by the Aboriginal Lands Trust the Minister shall cause a report on the matter and the reason for his decision to be notified to the Aboriginal Lands Trust and laid before each House of Parliament as soon as may be practicable thereafter.
[Regulation 8 amended in Gazette 7 Nov 1978 p. 4217.]