12. Discontinuance of other markets in metropolitan area
(1) Subject to subsection (2), the provisions of the Local Government Act 1995 enabling a local government to provide and establish public markets ¾
(a) shall not have effect ¾
(i) in relation to general produce, in the metropolitan area;
(ii) in relation to prescribed produce, in the prescribed area;
(b) apply and have effect in relation to the Authority, any person engaged to do things on behalf of the Authority, Authority officials, and the public market and any branch thereof established by the Authority ¾
(i) with respect to general produce, in the metropolitan area; and
(ii) with respect to prescribed produce in the prescribed area,
with such modifications as are necessary for that purpose.
(2) A local government to which subsection (1) applies may, with the approval of the Governor and under and subject to the Local Government Act 1995, provide places for markets for the sale of general produce only by retail.
[Section 12 amended by No. 37 of 1941 s.2; No. 77 of 1981 s.8; No. 6 of 1990 s.10; No. 12 of 1995 s.8; No. 14 of 1996 s.4.]