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    52. Power of officers to represent the Minister

    In any proceedings a traditional custodian, an honorary warden, or an officer of the Department appointed for the purpose generally or in a particular case in writing signed by the Registrar may represent the Minister in all respects as if he were the party concerned.

    [Section 52 amended by No. 24 of 1995 s. 46.]

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