50. Honorary wardens
(1) The Minister may appoint honorary wardens for the purposes of this Act who may exercise such powers as are prescribed, either throughout the State or in a specified area or specified areas only, according to the terms of their appointments.
(2) Every person appointed to be an honorary warden under this Act shall be furnished with a certificate in the prescribed form evidencing his appointment and shall produce such certificate whenever required so to do by any person in respect of whom he has exercised or is about to exercise any of his powers under this Act.
(3) In any proceedings under this Act production of a certificate in the prescribed form is conclusive evidence in any court or tribunal of the appointment of the honorary warden to whom the certificate relates and of his authority to exercise the powers specified in that certificate.
[Section 50 amended by No. 24 of 1995 s. 44; No. 55 of 2004 s. 8.]