Demise of the Crown Act




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An Act Respecting the
Demise of the Crown

Short title

1 This Act may be cited as the Demise of the Crown Act. R.S., c. 124, s. 1.

Continuation of office or function

2 The holding of any office, place, employment or function under the Crown in the Province shall not be affected nor shall any fresh appointments thereto or oath of office be rendered necessary by the demise of the Crown. R.S., c. 124, s. 2.

Validity of matter or proceeding

3 No act, matter or proceeding in respect to which the Legislature has power to legislate shall be held invalid or called in question by reason, proximately or remotely, of the demise of the Crown. R.S., c. 124, s. 3.

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