2 edition of Section 4 of the Highway Act found in the catalog.
Section 4 of the Highway Act
British Columbia. Office of the Ombudsman.
1985 by Legislative Assembly, Province of British Columbia Ombudsman in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Section four of the Highway Act.|
|Statement||Ombudsman of British Columbia.|
|Series||Special report #10 to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia|
|LC Classifications||KEB495 .A25 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||86150505|
Compensation for removing nuisances The applicant or any individual listed in Section A may decline the Selective Service System registration. Such visit, at least once in three months, shall also be made by the Executive Engineer concerned. An Act to provide for the declaration of certain highways to be national highways and for matters connected therewith.
A Section 4 of the Highway Act book effort to separate location decisions from engineering occurred on June 7,when Secretary of Transportation Alan S. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Central Government may enter into an agreement with the Government of any State or with any authority entrusted with the control or management of any municipal area in relation to the development or maintenance of the whole or any part of a national highway situated within the State or, as the case may be, in relation to the development of maintenance of any such part of a highway situated within a municipal area as is referred to in sub-section 1 of section 2 and any such agreement may provide for the sharing of expenditure by the respective parties thereto. Palkee with 6 bearers and travellers. The Bill seeks to achieve the aforesaid objects. D Except as set forth in subsection C 3 above, upon the extension of a permit pursuant to Sectionauthorization by the person who originally signed the application, under subsections ABor C above, is not required. These hearings are intended to produce more than a public presentation by the highway department of its plans and decisions.
Temporary driver's permit. Hackney empty with three or more bullocks The license authorizes the licensee to operate only those classifications of vehicles as indicated on the license. National Highway Description of national highways No.
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A good deal of public money is spent each year on transportation infrastructure by the Province and by local governments, and the public should have the benefit of money spent on highway improvements.
Abstract of cost of sanctioned detailed estimates shall give justification for excess, if any, referred to under condition 4.
Recovery of money due to ministry RULE 5 REVISED DETAILED ESTIMATE 1 Where the expenditure upon any original work on a national highway for the detailed estimate of the cost for which the Central Government has accorded technical approval and financial sanction, under sub-rule 1 ofrule 3, is likely at any time to exceed, or exceeds, the amount of such estimate by more than fifteen per cent thereof or by a sum of one crore rupees, whichever is less, the executive agency shall forward a revised detailed estimate of the cost for such work to the Central Government in such form as that Government may specify in this behalf, and the Central Government may accord technical approval and financial sanction to the revised detailed estimate subject to such conditions as it may think fit to impose.
A person who damages a public highway contrary to section 17 efgh Section 4 of the Highway Act book i is, in addition to the fine provided by section 24, liable to pay to the minister the sum for the damage as awarded by the justice.
The plaintiff disagreed with the City, and took the position that unless an owner of Section 4 of the Highway Act book intends to dedicate the land as a public highway, section 42 of the Transportation Act does not apply. No person shall moor, make fast or in any other way attach a raft, vessel, boat, barge or other floating body to a bridge, or to a pier, pile, guide, trestle or abutment of it, or to any part of or appurtenance to a tunnel.
E The following persons are not required to obtain a beginner's permit to operate a motor vehicle: 1 a student at least fifteen years of age regularly enrolled in Section 4 of the Highway Act book high school of this State which conducts a driver's training course while the student is participating in the course and when accompanied by a qualified instructor of the course; and 2 a person fifteen years of age or older enrolled in a driver training course conducted by a driver training school licensed under Chapter 23 of this title.
The legal test for dedication at common law requires two elements to be satisfied. Subject to section 46 cno person shall ride or drive an animal, whether attached to a vehicle or otherwise, or animals in droves or in pack trains, on or over a bridge at a pace faster than a walk.
Implements of husbandry include, but are not limited to, farm machinery and farm equipment other than a passenger car. Offence of causing parts to detach No person, except those expressly exempted in this article shall drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this State unless such person has a valid motor vehicle driver's license issued to him under the provisions of this article.
The court shall then notify the dependent's parents or guardians by certified mail at the address shown on the traffic ticket, unless the department's records show a different address, of the violation and the fact that they may be subject to a civil fine. The legislation contained in these sections covers: Stopping up and diversion of highways Stopping up means of access to highways Part 9: Lawful and unlawful interference with highways[ edit ] Part 9 includes sections to of the Act.
B No persons, except those exempted under Section and Sectionor those holding beginner's permits under Sectionshall operate any classification of motor vehicle without first being examined and duly licensed by the driver examiner as a qualified driver of that classification of motor vehicle.
After the applicant has passed successfully all parts of the examination other than the driving test, the department may issue to the applicant a beginner's permit.
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Palkee with 6 bearers and travellers. The Interstate System had become an integral part of the American Way of Life, but the image of the Interstate System never recovered from the Sixties. Release from imputed liability by cancellation of permit or license.HISTORY: Act No.Section 4; Act No.Section 3.
SECTION Special restricted licenses for certain minors. (A) The Department of Motor Vehicles may issue a special restricted driver's license to a person who is at least sixteen years.
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Test Questions Minutes per Test English 75 45 Mathematics 60 The Government may, by order in council published in the Gazette officielle du Québec, determine that a highway to which paragraph i of section 3 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Transports (chapter M) applies is not a public highway within the meaning of section 4, or that certain provisions of this Code or of a regulation.CHAPTER MOTOR VEHICLES Pdf VEHICLE CODE Act of AN ACT to provide for the registration, titling, sale, transfer, and regulation of certain vehicles operated upon the public highways of this state or any other place open to the general public or generally accessible to.Section 18 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act ofapproved August 23,amended Section by substituting the language of Section 4(f).
(Although Sectionas amended, is not part of the DOT Act, the "feasible and prudent" provision is still referred to as "Section 4(f).".SUMMARY Section ebook of the Highway Act provides that ownership of any private travelled road, upon ebook public monies have been spent, is automatically transferred to the Crown.
This report describes the application of section 4 in two complaints which were brought to my attention in -- the complaints of Mr. Smith and Mr. Farup. In both.