(1) The Governor may
make such regulations as are contemplated by, or necessary or expedient for
the purposes of, this Act.
(2) Without limiting
the generality of subsection (1), the regulations may—
prescribe fees for the purposes of this Act; and
provide for the remission of fees in specified circumstances; and
specify procedures or prescribe guidelines to be followed by relevant
authorities in the exercise of powers under this Act.
(3) The regulations
of general application or vary in their application according to prescribed
provide that a matter or thing in respect of which regulations may be made is
to be determined according to the discretion of the Commissioner or the
(4) The regulations
may refer to or incorporate, wholly or partially and with or without
modification, a code, standard or other document prepared or published by a
prescribed body, either as in force at the time the regulations are made or as
in force from time to time.
(5) If a code,
standard or other document is referred to or incorporated in the
copy of the code, standard or other document must be kept available for public
inspection, without charge and during ordinary office hours, at an office or
offices specified in the regulations; and
evidence of the contents of the code, standard or other document may be given
in any legal proceedings by production of a document apparently certified by
the Minister to be a true copy of the code, standard or other document.