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Attachment9.6RegulationsoftheOfficeoftheClerk1936and2004

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Attachment9.6RegulationsoftheOfficeoftheClerk1936and2004
Inthedecadeof20002010,administrationoftheIsraelicourtswastransformedin
conjunctionwiththetransitiontoelectroniccourtfileadministration.The
promulgationofthenewRegulationsoftheOfficeoftheClerkin2004and
abolishingthe1936Regulationswasacriticalstepinthistransformation.
KeydifferencesbetweentheRegulationsoftheCourtsOfficeoftheClerk(2004),and
theRegulationsoftheCourtsRegistrationOffice(1936)include:
a) ThenewregulationsfailtoestablishthedutiesandobligationsoftheChiefClerk,
relativetosafeguardofintegrityofcourtfilesandrecords;
b) Thenewregulationsfailtoprescribetheentryindocketsofrecordsfiledbyparties
orbythecourtitself;
c) Thenewregulationsfailtoprescribetheentryandmaintenanceofdockets
decisionsandjudgments,andmaintenanceofajudgmentindex;
d) ThenewregulationsdelegatedtotheDirectorofAdministrationofCourtsthe
authoritytointroduceunspecifiedchangesintheregulationsinconjunctionwith
implementationofITsystemsofthecourts.
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Record

1.

RegulationsoftheCourtsRegistrationOffice(1936)originalEnglishpublication 1
fromBritishMandateinPalestineperiod.

2.

RegulationsoftheCourtsRegistrationOffice(1936)latest,updatedHebrew
version,priortotheirabolishingin2004.

31

3.

RegulationsoftheCourtsOfficeoftheClerk(2004)Englishtranslation.

39

4.

RegulationsoftheCourtsOfficeoftheClerk(2004)Hebreworiginalwith

40

Page

Supplement Bo,
to
Cije $afe0tme fa?ette Bo,

611

2.
of 9; 3luty,

1936.

G O V E R N M E N T R A I L W A Y S O R D I N A N C E , 1936.
B Y - L A W S MADE BY T H E G E N E R A L M A N A G E R UNDER
TARIFF

FOR T H E TRANSPORT

SECTION

42(1)).

OF G O O D S .

I N E X E R C I S E of the powers vested in the General Manager by section 42 of the


Government Railways Ordinance, 1936, I hereby issue the following special tariff
to be in force as from the 14th dav of June, 1936, until further notice.

Commodity

From

To

Rates

per t o n
Mils

All classes of goods


for shipment

Jaffa/Tel Aviv

Haifa Quay

300
Minimum charge as for
7 J tons per wagon.

Plus 25 mils per consignment for registration.


The special tariff excludes loading and offloading fees which will be charged
additionally when these services are performed by the Railway.
C. R .

11th June, 1936.

WEBB

General

Manager.

Approved.
A.

27th June, 1936.

G.

WAUCHOPE

High

Commissioner.

(B/65/36)

667

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668

R U L E S OF C O U R T .

P L U L E S M A D E B Y T H E CFTIEF J U S T I C E
MISSIONER, UNDER

WITH

T H E C O N C U R R E N C E OF T H E H L G H

S E C T I O N 21 O F T H E C O U R T S

OF T H E M A G I S T R A T E S '

O R D I N A N C E , 1924,

COURTS JURISDICTION ORDINANCE,

COM-

A N D SECTION

13

1935.

Short title and


commencement.

1. These rules may be cited as the Registry Rules, 1936, and


shall come into operation on the third day of September, 1936.

Definition of
"Kegistry".

2. The office of each of the following Courts, namely, the


Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Assize, the Special Tribunal
established under Article 55 of the Palestine Order-in-Council,
1922, the District Courts, the Land Courts and the Magistrates'
Courts shall henceforth be referred to as "The Registry".

Officers
responsible
for registries.

3.

The officers in charge of the respective registries shall be :


(a) Tn the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Assize and
the Special Tribunal : the Chief Registrar;
(b) Tn the District Courts and Land Courts : the Registrar of
the District Court;
(c) Tn the Magistrates' Courts : the Chief Magistrate or
Senior Magistrate where there is more than one; and the
Magistrate where there is only one Magistrate.

Care of
registers and
records.

Civil and Land


CaseEegisters.

4. The officers responsible for the proper maintenance of the


registers and records of the Courts.shall be the officers in charge
of the respective registries, or in the case of records of Chief
Magistrates' Courts, a Palestinian Magistrate to be nominated by
the Chief Magistrate.
5.

There shall be kept in each Registry, for original civil and

] a n d proceedings, registers to be named respectively "The Civil

Case Register" and "The Land Case Register" which shall contain in column form the following particulars :
a. Number of case
b. . Name of plaintiff
c. Name of defendant
d. Date of filing action
e. Date of service of statement of claim and/or of summons

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f. Court fees paid on filing
g. Nature and value of claim or cause of action
h. Date of hearing
i.

Date of judgment

j.

Precis of judgment and names of Judges, and whether case


contested or judgment by default

k. Remarks : e.g. Date of appeal and where judgment is


varied on appeal, a precis of the Appeal Court judgment in red ink. Particulars of opposition and of
retrial (if any). Opposition including third party opposition should become part of the original file and be
assigned the same case number.
6. On the filing of a civil or land action, the filing clerk shall
forthwith mark on the top right hand side of the page or first
page of the statement of claim, petition or other document, and
thereafter on all documents filed in the Registry, the hour and the
date of filing and shall initial such endorsement.

Filing of
action.

The filing clerk, after satisfying himself that Court fees have
been paid, shall thereafter enter in the case register the details
necessary to complete columns (a), (b), (c), (d), (f) and (g), and
shall assign the case number to the statement of claim, petition or
other document so filed.

Entries in case
registers and
on documents
filed.

All documents subsequent to the commencement of the action


shall be similar!v treated.
7. A l l civil and land case files will commence by filing the
statement of claim, petition or other document instituting the action, at the back of the case file and subsequent documents will be
filed in proper chronological order of date of filing towards the front
of the file. Judges' and Registrars' notes and any notes of
evidence recorded by the record clerk together with notes of the
evidence shall be written on loose sheets and shall be filed from
the front of the case file towards the pleadings and other documents mentioned in the first paragraph of this section. Documents
on the file will be given serial numbers from the back and serial
letters from the front.

Contents of
case files.

Summonses and evidence of service forms may be placed in


an envelope attached to the file cover..
8. There shall be kept in the Registry of each Court a register
to be named "The Criminal Case Register" which shall contain

Criminal Case
Eegister.

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in column form the particulars hereinafter mentioned, whether


of felony, misdemeanour or contravention cases; and whether of
a case actually brought for trial in the Court or committed for
trial to a higher tribunal.
The columns of the criminal case register shall embody the following particulars :
a. Number of case
b. Felony, misdemeanour or contravention (in separate columns) and whether summary case or not
c. Prosecutor (e.g. Attorney-General or private individual)
d. Name of accused
e. Date of issue of summons or warrant or date when information filed where case is committed from another Court
f. Section of law under which accused is charged
g. Particulars of offence charged
h. Date of hearing, or in a committed case, date of committal
for trial
i. Judgment and sentence or whether committed for trial, and
date thereof
j . Fine and costs inflicted (amount)
'k. Fine paid (amount)
1. Receipt number
m. Date of payment
n. Remarks : Where accused is a young offender, this should
be stated and his apparent age shown.
Date of appeal and where conviction set aside or
sentence varied, a note thereof in red ink.
If case committed to another Court for trial the
name of committing Court should be shown.
The Civil and

Betters

A p P e a l

9. There shall be kept in the Registry of the Supreme Court


* ^
^ i ^ " * ' Court, for civil proceedings on appeal, a register
to be named "The Civil Appeal Register" which shall contain in
column form the following particulars :

a n c

a. Serial number of appeal


b. Ijower Court serial number

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. e. Date of receipt of file and of what Court


d. Name of appellant
e. Name of respondent
f. Date of filing appeal
g. Whether civil or land
h. Precis of judgment appealed from and names of Judges
i. Court fees paid on filing
j . Appellate judgment and date thereof
k. Remarks;
and for criminal proceedings on appeal, a register to be named
"The Criminal Appeal Register" which shall contain in column
form the following particulars :
a. Serial number of appeal
b. Lower Court serial number
c. Date of receipt of file and of what Court
d. Name of appellant
e. Name of respondent
f. Date of filing appeal
g. Whether Assize Appeal or otherwise
h. Precis of judgment appealed from and names of Judges
i.

Appellate judgment and date thereof

j . Remarks.
10. There shall be kept in the Registry of the Supreme Court,
for applications addressed to the High Court, a register to be named
"The High Court Register" which shall contain in column form
the following particulars :

The High Court


Register.

a. Serial number
b. Date of filing
c. Name of petitioner
d. Name of respondent
e. Subject matter of application
f.

Court fees paid on filing

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g. Date of rule nisi, if given
h. Date of final order
i.
The Criminal
Assize Case
Register.

Remarks;

and, for criminal assize cases, a register to be named "The Crim


inal Assize Register" which shall contain, in column form the
following particulars :
a. Serial number
b. Date of receipt of depositions
c. Name of accused
d. Date of arrest
e. Place and date of committal by Magistrate
f. Date of transmission of file to Attorney-General
g. !}ate of receipt of file from Attorney-General
h. Charge and particulars thereof
i. Judgment of Assize Court and date thereof
j . Decision of High Commissioner (in case of death sentence)
k. Remarks.

01

The Probate
Register.

11. Tn all Courts having jurisdiction to issue grants of probate


letters of administration or to make declarations of succession
there shall be maintained a register to be known as "The Probate
Register" in which shall be entered in column form the following
particulars :
a. Serial number
b. Date of filing petition
c. Name of petitioner
d. Name of deceased
e. Whether petition is for probate, letters of administration
or declarations of succession
f. Order of Court and date thereof
g. Remarks : (Tn case of probate or administration state
whether orant limited or otherwise).

Eegister of
judgments.

12. There shall be maintained in each Registry registers of


judgments for civil and (in the District Courts) for civil and land

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cases, and in the Registries of Courts having appellate jurisdiction,


registers of judgments in appeals, both civil and criminal.
Certified copies of all judgments will be written or typed and
engrossed in the registers.
13. There shall be no necessity to maintain separate registers
for applications for leave to appeal, whether in civil or criminal
matters, and such registers will be discontinued. The particulars
of such applications shall be inserted in the remarks columns of
the original case registers. Applications for leave to appeal will in
the Courts in which they are filed, (if other than the Court of trial)
be entered in the appeal registers and where leave to appeal is
granted the subsequent documents in the appeal will be filed in
the same file cover and will bear the same number as the application.

Applications for
leave to appeal,
how to be
registered.

14. White, cream or buff coloured paper shall be used as far


as practicable both for file covers and formal documents in connection with civil cases.

Stationery to
be used.

Blue or azure blue paper shall be used as far as practicable both


for file covers and formal documents in connection with criminal
cases.
The civil and criminal case registers shall as far as practicable
be made up of white and blue or azure blue paper respectively.
The pages of the civil case registers and the criminal case registers should be numbered in numerical sequence, each double page
being considered as one page.
15. The Registries shall be open to the public at least six days
in every week (public holidays excepted) from 8.30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The office hours of the staff shall be as prescribed from time to
time bv the Chief Justice.

When
Registries
open to the
public.

16. All originals or copies of any judgments or orders or other


proceedings shall be marked by the clerk making the same with his
initials at the bottom left-hand corner of the page or last page
thereof. Where copies are typed, the initials of the clerk may also
be typed.

Staff to initial
documents or
copies.

17. The Chief Clerks of Magistrates' Courts and Chief Interpreters of other Courts to which these rules apply shall be responsible for examining and if necessary certifying copies of documents,

Examination
of copies.

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but without prejudice, in the Supreme Court and the District Courts,
to the right of the Registrars, as they shall think fit, to order that
all certified copies should issue under their hands and seals of Court.
AW certified copies shall be sealed with the seal of Court.
Eegister of
copies of
documents
applied for.

18. There shall be kept on the counter in each Registry a register of copies of documents applied for by advocates or parties, which
shall embody, in. column form the following particulars:
a. Date
b. Name.of applicant
c. Case number.
d. Description of document required
e. Fees deposited
f. Fees charged
g. Date of delivery
h. Initials of clerk
i. Remarks.

Copies to issue
in sequence.

Articles of
Ottoman Code
ceasing to have
effect.

Request for documents or copies should be given effect to, in


sequence of entry in the register. Should any person who is illiterate require any such documents, the counter clerk should complete the entry in the register on ])is behalf. This section shall
be read in conjunction with section 3(e) and (f) of the Archives
Rules, 1935.
19. Articles 5 to 1-1 inclusive, comprising Title I I of the Ottoman Code of Civil Procedure shall cease to have effect in Palestine in so far as concerns the Courts to which these rules apply.
Made by me this twenty-ninth day of June, 1936.
M.

F. j .

MCDONNELL

Chief

Justice.

Approved by me this first day of July, 1936.


A.

G.

WAUCHOPE

High

Commissioner.

(J/3/36)

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STATUTORY R U L E S AND ORDERS
1936 No. 192.
AIR NAVIGATION

T H E CARRIAGE BY A I R (PARTIES TO CONVENTION) O R D E R ,

1936.

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 3rd day of March, 1936.


PRESENT,

The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.


W H E R E A S a Convention for the unification of certain rules relating to inter
national carriage by air was on the twelfth day of October, nineteen hundred and
twenty-nine, signed at Warsaw on behalf of His Majesty :

provision is made by the Carriage by Air Act, 1932, ( ) for giving


effect to the said Convention :
a

A N D WHEREAS

A N D WHEREAS by sub-section (2) of section one of the said Acts H i s Majesty may
by Order-inCouncil from time" to time certify who are the High Contracting Parties
to the said Convention, in respect of what territories they are respectively parties
and to what extent they have availed themselves of the provisions of the Additional
Protocol to the said Convention :
A N D WHEREAS since the date of the Carriage by Air (Parties to Convention)
(No. 2) Order, 1935,( ) the ratification of the said Convention by H i s Majesty in
respect of The Commonwealth of Australia (including Papua, Norfolk Island and the
mandated territories of New Guinea and Nauru) and H i s accession to the said Con
vention in respect of The Irish Free State have been deposited or notified and it
is therefore expedient that the said Order should be superseded by a more compre
hensive Order:
&

Now, THEREFORE, H i s Majesty is pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy
Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows :
1. It is hereby certified that the High Contracting Parties to the said Conven
tion and the territories in respect of which they are respectively parties are as
specified in Part I of the Schedule to this Order, and that the only High Contracting
Party who has availed himself of the provisions of the Additional Protocol to the
said Convention is the High Contracting Party specified in Part n of the said
(a) 22 & 23 Geo. 5. c. 36.

0>) S . E . & 0. 1935

(No. 809) p. 120.

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Schedule, who has availed himself of those provisions to the extent specified in the
said Part.
2. The Carriage by Air (Parties to Convention) (No. 2) Order, 1935, is hereby
revoked.
3. This Order may be cited as the Carriage by Air (Parties to Convention)
Order, 1936.
M. P .A . Hankey.

SCHEDULE.

PART

I.

The High Contracting Parties to the Convention, the territories in respect of


which they are respectively parties and the dates on which the Convention came
into force in regard to such territories are as follows :
High Contracting
Parties to the
Convention.

His Majesty, the King of


Great Britain, Ireland
and the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
"Emperor of India.

T e r r i t o r i e s i n respect
of w h i c h they a r e
respectively parties.

Dates on which
the C o n v e n t i o n
came i n t o f o r c e .

The United Kingdom of j loth May, 1933.


Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The Channel Islands.
The Isle of Man.

Do.

do.

India.

18th February, 1935.

Do.

do.

Bahamas.
Barbados.
Bermuda.
British Guiana.
British Honduras.
Ceylon.
Cyprus.
Falkland Islands and Dependencies.
Fiji.
Gambia (Colony and Protectorate).
Gibraltar.

3rd March, 1935.

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High Contracting
Parties to the
Convention.

His Majesty, the King of


Great Britain, Ireland
and the British Domin
ions beyond the Seas,
Emperor of Indiacontd.

T e r r i t o r i e s i n respect
of w h i c h they a r e
respectively parties.

Hates on which
the C o n v e n t i o n
came i n t o f o r c e .

Gold
(a)
(6)
(c)
(d)

Coast
3rd March, 1935.
Colony.
Ashanti.
Northern Territories.
Togoland under B r i
tish Mandate.
Hong Kong.
Jamaica (including Turks
and Caicos Islands and
the Cayman Islands).
Kenya (Colony and Protec
torate).
Leeward Islands
Antigua.
Dominica.
Montserrat.
St. Christopher and Nevis.
Virgin Islands.
Malta.
Mauritius.
Nigeria
(a) Colony.
(t>) Protectorate.
(c) Cameroons under Bri
tish Mandate.
Northern Rhodesia.
Nyasaland Protectorate.
Palestine (excluding TransJordan).
St. Helena and Ascension.
Seychelles.
Sierra Leone (Colony and
Protectorate).
Somaliland Protectorate.
Straits Settlements.
,
Tanganyika Territory.
Trinidad and Tobago.
Uganda Protectorate,
Western Pacific, Islands
of
British Solomon Islands
Protectorate.
(

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High Contracting
P a r t i e s to the
Convention.

His

Majesty, the King" of


Great Britain, Ireland
and the British Dominions beyond the Seas,
Emperor of I n d i a c o n t d .

Do.
Do.

do.
do.

Do.

do.

T e r r i t o r i e s i n respect
of w h i c h they a r e
respectively parties.

Dates on which
the C o n v e n t i o n
came i n t o force.

Gilbert and Ellice Islands 3rd March, 1935.


Colony.
Windward Islands
Grenada.
St. Lucia.
St. Vincent.
Zanzibar Protectorate.
3rd April, 1935.
Southern Rhodesia.
The Commonwealth of Aus- 30th October, 1935.
tralia (including Papua,
Norfolk Island and the
mandated territories of
New Guinea and Nam).
The Irish Free State.
19th December, 1935.

The President of the United


States of America.

The United States of America and all territories subject to the sovereignty or
authority of the United
States of America.

29th October. 1934.

The President of the United


States of Brazil.
The President of the Czechoslovak Republic.
The President of the French
Republic.

Brazil.

13th February, 1933.

Czechoslovakia.

15th February, 1935.

France and all territories


(including colonies, protectorates and territories
under mandate) subject
to the sovereignty or authority of the French Republic.
Germany.

13th February, 1933.

The President of the German Reich.


His Majesty the King of
Italy.

The President of the Latvian Republic.


His
Serene Highness the
Prince of Liechtenstein.
The President of the United
States of Mexico.

29th December, 1933.


15th May, 1933.

Italy and all territories (including colonies) subject


to his sovereignty or authority.
Latvia.

13th February, 1933.

Liechtenstein.

7th August, 1934.

Mexico.

15th Mav, 1933.

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High Contracting
P a r t i e s t o the
Convention.

Her Majesty the Queen of


the Netherlands,

The President of the Polish


Republic.
Do.
do.
His Majesty the King of
Roumania.
The Central Executive Committee of the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics.
The President of the Spanish Republic.

The Swiss Federal Council.


His Majesty the King of
Yugoslavia.

Territories in
respect
of w h i c h they a r e
respectively parties.

Dates on which
the C o n v e n t i o n
came i n t o f o r c e .

The Netherlands and all 29th September, 1933


territories (including colonies or protectorates) subject to her sovereignty or
authority or any territory
under her suzerainty.
13th February, 1933.
Poland.
The Free City of Danzig.
Roumania.

16th June, 1935.


13th February, 1933.

All territories
comprised
within the Soviet Socialist
Republics.

18th November, 1934.

Spain and all territories (including colonies and protectorates) subject to the
sovereignty or authority
of the Spanish Republic.
Switzerland.
Yugoslavia.

13th February, 1933.

PART

7th August, 1934.


13th February, 1933.

II.

The President of the United States of America has availed himself of the provisions of the Additional Protocol to the said Convention by declaring at the time of
accession that the first paragraph of Article 2 of the Convention shall not apply to
international transportation that may be performed by the United States of America
or any territory or possession under its jurisdiction.
(C/342/31)

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P A L E S T I N E ( D E F E N C E ) OR1 ) E R - I N - C O U N C I L , 1931.

REGULATIONS

MADE BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER

UNDER ARTICLE

IV.

I N E X E R C I S E of the power vested in him by Article I V of the Palestine (Defence)


Order-in-Council, 1931, the High Commissioner has made the followingregulations :
Citation.

1. These regulations may be cited as the Emergency (Amendment) Regulations (No. 7), 1936.

Interpretation.

2. In these regulations the term "principal regulations" shall


mean the Emergency Regulations, 1936.

Amendment of
regulation 15B
of the principal
regulations.

3. Regulation 15B of the principal regulations (as enacted in


regulation 4 of the Emergency (Amendment) Regulations (No. 3),
1936), shall be amended as follows :
(a) by the insertion between the words "place of his detention"
and the words "may be arrested" appearing in paragraph
(4) thereof, of the following words :
" , o r who fails to obey or comply with any orders or directions given by the Inspector-General of Police as to discipline or otherwise under paragraph (5) of this regulation, or with any order lawfully given under the authority
of anv such orders or directions,";
(b) by the substitution of the w ords "may give orders or directions" for the words "may give directions or prescribe regulations", appearing in paragraph (5) thereof.
7

B y H i s Excellency's Command,
J. HATHORST H A L L
4th July, 1936.

Chief

Secretar/.

(0/246/86)

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I M M I G R A T I O N O R D I N A N C E , 1933.

NOTICE

N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y G I V E N that the High Commissioner has appointed the following officers to be Immigration Officers for the purpose of the Immigration Ordinance, 1933 :
MR.

M . E.

MR.

J.

COHEN.

KHATIB.

By H i s Excellency's Command,
J. HATHORN H A L L
4th July, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(1/89/32)

D E N T I S T S O R D I N A N C E , 1926.

RULES

MADE BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER UNDER

SECTION

I N E X E R C I S E of the powers vested in him by section 16 of the


Dentists Ordinance, 1926, the High Commissioner has made the
following" rules :

1. These rules may be cited as the Dentists (Change of Name)


Rules, 1936.
2. Any person to whom a licence or permit has been granted
under section 4 or 7 of the Dentists Ordinance, 1926, who changes
his or her name, either on marriage or for any other reason, shall
notify such change to the Senior Medical Officer of the district in
which he or she resides, not later than sixty days from the date
on which such change takes place.
3. The notification referred to in the preceding rule shall be
made in the form set out in the schedule hereto and shall be accompanied by documentary evidence in support of such change of name.

16(c).

No. 36 of 1926.

Citation.

Notification
of change of
name.

Form of
notification.

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Recording of
change of name.

4. The Director of Medical Services shall, if satisfied with the


evidence submitted, authorise the alteration of the name of such
person as aforesaid on the licence or permit, as the case may be,
and in the registers of licensed dentists and dental practitioners
respectively.

Suspension of
licence.

5. Tf a person licensed under the Dentists Ordinance, 1926,


persistently fails or refuses to comply with rule 2 or 3 of these
rules, the Director of Medical Services may make complaint to the
High Commissioner in accordance with section 9 of the Dentists
Ordinance, 1926.

SCHEDULE.
Senior Medical Officer.
Sir,
Subject

: Change of Name.

I have to notify you of the following change of name and to submit the
undermentioned documents in support thereof.
Present Name
(block letters).

Former Name
Nature of documents enclosed

Date
*Delete if inapplicable.

Signature of *Dentist/*Dental Practitioner.

Licence/Perm it No
Address

By His Excellency's Command,


J. HATHORN H A L L
2nd July. 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(M/54/36)

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W O R K M E N ' S C O M P E N S A T I O N O R D I N A N C E , 1927.

RULES

MADE BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER-IN-COUNCIL

U N D E R SECTION

13

I N E X E R C I S E of the powers vested in him by section 13 of the Workmen's Com


pensation Ordinance, 1927, the High Commissioner-in-Council has made the follow
ing rales :

1. These rules may be cited as the Workmen's Compensation


Rules, 1936.

Citation.

2. In these rules the term "principal rules" shall mean the


rules made under the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1927,
dated the 9th June, 1927, and published in the Gazette of the 16th
June, 1927.

Interpretation,

3. Rule 3 of the principal rules shall be amended by the addition of the following words at the end thereof :

e
c

m e n t

o f

principal rules.

"Such fees shall not be payable until after the award has
been made, and shall then be paid bj^ the unsuccessful party."
MAX
30th

June,

1936

NUROCK

Clerk to the Executive

Council.

(1/375/33)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

NOTICE.
I N E X E R C I S E of the powers vested in him by section 2 of the Town Planning
Ordinances, 1921-1929, the High Commissioner has appointed M R . H E N R Y K E N D A L L ,
Town Planning Adviser, to be Secretary of the Central Building and Town Planning
Commission with effect from the 31st March, 1936, until further order.

B y H i s Excellency's Command,
J. HAT HORN H A L L
28th June, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(Z/57/36)

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TOWN PLANNING ORDINANCES,

1921-1929.

NOTICE

N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y G I V E N in accordance with section 1 3 of the Town Planning


Ordinances, 1 9 2 1 - 1 9 2 9 , that an amendment of the approved Katamon Town Planning Scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, affecting the alignment
of roads in the vicinity of the Latin Patriarchate and Desimini lands, has been provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and deposited together with the relative plans at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, where they may
be inspected by any person interested between the hours of 8 and 1 0 a.m. daily.

The proposed amendment is indicated in red on the deposited plan of the scheme.
Any person interested as owner or otherwise in the land affected by the scheme
may lodge an objection thereto with the Local Town Planning Commission at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, within two months from the date of the publication
of this notice in the Palestine Gazette.
H. K E N D A L L
Town P l a n n i n g Adviser,
Secretary,
Central Town Planning Commission.

2nd July, 1936.


(Z/173/86)

TOWN P L A N N I N G ORDINANCES,

1921-1929.

NOTICE

N O T I C E I S H E R E B Y G I V E N in accordance with section 1 3 of the Town Planning


Ordinances, 1 9 2 1 - 1 9 2 9 , that the Town Planning Scheme within the Town Planning
Area of Haifa, known as Scheme No. 279Parcellation, Ziv and partners, has
been provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and deposited together with the relative plans at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, where
they may be inspected by any person interested between the hours of 8 and 1 0 a.m.
daily.

The boundaries of the scheme are as follows :


North :

by the enacted E i n Kazak Scheme No. 45.

East:

by the plots Nos. 32, 34 and 35 of the Geulah Quarter.

South
West

: by the Akivah Street.


:

by the lands of Said Hadi Shirazi and partners.

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Any person interested as owner or otherwise in the land affected by the scheme
may lodge an objection thereto with the Local Town Planning Commission at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa, within two months from the date of the publication of
this notice in the Palestine Gazette.
H. K E N D A L L
T o w n P l a n n i n g Adviser,
Secretary,
Central Town P l a n n i n g Commission.

22nd June, 1936.


(Z/165/36)

TOWN P L A N N I N G ORDINANCES,

1921-1929.

NOTICE

N O T I C E IS HEBEBY GIVEN in accordance with section 1 3 of the Town Planning


Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the Town Planning Scheme within the Town Planning
Area of Haifa, known as Scheme No. 257South German Colony, has been provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and deposited together with the relative plans at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, where they may be
inspected by any person interested between the hours of 8 and 1 0 a.m. daily.

The boundaries of the scheme are as follows :


N o r t h : by the lands of M r . Engelhardt, M r . Khayat, Carmelite Access Road
and Wein Street.
East:
South
West:

by the Persian Street.


:

by the Abbas Shrine Access Road.


by the lands of the Discalcid Carmelite Carmel Convent.

Any person interested as owner or otherwise in the land affected by the scheme
may lodge an objection thereto with the Local Town Planning Commission at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa, within two months from the date of the publication of
this notice in the Palestine Gazette.
H. K E N D A L L

30th June, 1936.

Town P l a n n i n g Adviser,
Secretary,
Central Town Planning Commission.

(Z/167/36)

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T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929,.
N O T I C E OF A P P R O V A L O F A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, known as


Scheme No. 325Messrs, Siniha and Mani, Development, Street of the Prophets,
was provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice
of the deposit of the scheme at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, was published
in the Palestine Gazette No. 573. dated the 27th February, 1926;
A N D W H E R E A S no objections have been lodged against the scheme and the
Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner for
authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D W H E R E A S the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, T H E R E F O R E , it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem.
J . HATHORN H A L L
2nd July, 1936.
(Z/137/25)

Chief

Secretary.

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF APPROVAL OF A TOWN PLANNING SCHEME BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, known as


Scheme No. 391Parcellation Selim Benin (Block II), Katamon, was provisionally
approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of
the scheme at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, was published in the Palestine
Gazette No. 573, dated the 27th February, 1936;
A N D WHEREAS the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;

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A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem.
J. HATHORN H A L L
3rd July, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(Z/39/36)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF APPROVAL OF A TOWN PLANNING SCHEME BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, known as


Scheme No. 381Yeffenoff Quarter, M r . Khouri, was provisionally approved by
the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, was published in the Palestine Gazette No.
571. dated the 13th February, 1936;
A N D W H E R E A S no objections have been lodged against the scheme and the
Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner for
authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D W H E R E A S the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, T H E R E F O R E , it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem.
J. HATHORN H A L L
4th July, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(Z/30/86)

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T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF A P P R O V A L OF A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, known as


Scheme No. 385Parcellation of Land Hadar Yerushalayim, North-West Schneller,
was provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice
of the deposit of the scheme at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, was published
in the Palestine Gazette No. 571, dated the 13th February, 1936;
A N D W H E R E A S no objections have been lodged against .the scheme and the
Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner for
authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D W H E R E A S the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, T H E R E F O R E , it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem.
J . HATHORN H A L L
4th July, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(Z/28/86)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF A P P R O V A L OF A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Jerusalem, known as


Scheme No. 386Biskind and Steinberg, Mount Scopus, was provisionally approved
by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Jerusalem, was published in the Palestine Gazette No.
571, dated the 13th February, 1936;
A N D W H E R E A S no objections have been lodged against the scheme and the
Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner for
authority to put the scheme into force;

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689
A N D AVHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Jerusalem.
J. H A T H O R N

4th July, 1936.

Chief

HALL

Secretary.

(Z/29/36)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF A TOWN PLANNING SCHEME BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as Scheme


No. 159Carmel Slopes, Khayat-Touma and partners, was provisionally approved
by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 543,
dated the 17th October, 1935;
A N D WHEREAS the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.
J. H A T H O R N
2nd July, 1936.
(Z/8/35)

Chief

HALL

Secretary.

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T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF A P P R O V A L OF A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as


No. 178Western Carmel Area, Haifa, was provisionally approved by the
Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme at the
pal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 511, dated
May, 1935;

Scheme
Central
Municithe 9th

A N D WHEREAS the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D W H E R E A S the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, T H E R E F O R E , it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.
HATHORN H A L L
2nd July,

Chief

1936

Secretary.

(Z/71/85)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF A T O W N PLANNING SCHEME B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as Scheme


No. 206Parcellation of Cahanov and Kutzenok's land in Haifa Bay Area, was provisionally approved by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the
deposit of the scheme at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 550, dated the 14th November, 1935;
A N D W H E R E A S the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;

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A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.

2nd July, 1936.


(Z/187/35)

J. H A T H O R N
Chief

HALL
Secretary.

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF A TOWN PLANNING SCHEME BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as Scheme


No. 227Shekhem Hamifratz Panellation Scheme, was provisionally approved
by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 550,
dated the 14th November, 19-35;
A N D WHEREAS the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.

2nd July, 1936.


(Z/184/35)

J. H A T H O R N
Chief

HALL
Secretary.

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T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.
N O T I C E O P A P P R O V A L OF A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as Scheme


No. 231Wady Salib Reconstruction Area, Haifa, was provisionally approved by
the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 550,
dated the 14th November, ] 9 3 5 ;
A N D W H E R E A S the objections lodged against the scheme .have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;
A N D W H E R E A S the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, T H E R E F O R E , it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.
J. H A T H O R N

2nd July, 1936.

Chief

HALL

Secretary,

(Z/186/85)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF A P P R O V A L OF A T O W N P L A N N I N G S C H E M E B Y T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Haifa, known as Scheme


No. 250Wadi Nisnass Reconstruction Area, Haifa, was provisionally approved
by the Central Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme
at the Municipal Offices, Haifa, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 532,
dated the 22nd August, 1935;
A N D W H E R E A S the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme into force;

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A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 17 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Haifa.
2nd July, 1936.

J. HATHORN H A L L
Chief
Secretary.

(Z/140/35)

T O W N P L A N N I N G O R D I N A N C E S , 1921-1929.

N O T I C E OF APPROVAL OF A TOWN PLANNING SCHEME BY T H E H I G H

COMMISSIONER.

W H E R E A S a scheme within the Town Planning Area of Tiberias, known as


Scheme No. 1 (Amended)Old City, was provisionally approved by the Central
Town Planning Commission and notice of the deposit of the scheme at the Municipal Offices, Tiberias, was published in the Palestine Gazette No. 4 6 5 , dated the
6th September, 1934;
A N D WHEREAS the objections lodged against the scheme have been considered
and the Central Town Planning Commission has applied to the High Commissioner
for authority to put the scheme as amended into force;
A N D WHEREAS the scheme with the plans annexed have been produced to the
High Commissioner and signed by him;

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby notified in accordance with section 1 7 of the Town


Planning Ordinances, 1921-1929, that the High Commissioner has approved the
scheme and the plans and the scheme will come into force fifteen days after the
publication of this notice in the Palestine Gazette and notice is hereby given that
the scheme and plans have been deposited and are open for inspection at the
Municipal Offices, Tiberias.
J. HATHORN H A L L
2nd July, 1936.

Chief

Secretary.

(Z/151/34)

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L A N D S E T T L E M E N T O R D I N A N C E S , 1928-1933.

N O T I C E OF P O S T I N G OF S C H E D U L E S OF R I G H T S .

N O T I C E IS HEEEBY GIVEN that the Schedules of Rights to land in the village and
Settlement Area scheduled hereunder, and for the Registration Blocks mentioned,
have been posted at the offices of the Area Settlement Officer concerned and at the
District Offices of the Sub-District in which the village is situated in accordance
with section 32 (1) of the Ordinances :

Sub-District

Village

Pardess Hanna I Haifa


|

Settlement
Area,

Haifa

Settlement
Officer of
the A r e a
{Office a t )

Haifa.

os. of
Registration Blocks
T

10102, 10110
and 10118.

J. N . S T U B B S

A c t i n g C o m m i s s i o n e r of L a n d s
26th June, 1936.

and

Surveys.

L A N D S E T T L E M E N T O R D I N A N C E S , 1928-1935.

N O T I F I C A T I O N O F C O M M E N C E M E N T OF S E T T L E M E N T .

T H E P U B L I C A R E H E R E B Y N O T I F I E D that the settlement of rights to land in the


area described hereunder in the Jaffa Sub-District will commence on or about the
15th day of July, 1936.

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DESCRIPTION.

The lands known as the Jaffa Sand Dunes, including the village of Bayit Vegan
and the settlement known as "Agrobank" situated to the south of the gardens of
Saknat Darwish Quarter of Jaffa, and between the kinds of Yazur, Rishon-le-Tsiyon
and the sea, as provisionally indicated and outlined in blue on a 1/10,000 plan
signed by the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys and the Settlement Officer,
copies of which are posted together with this notice at the office of the Settlement
Officer, Jaffa Settlement Area, and at the Office of the District Officer, Jaffa, and
will be posted on the opening of settlement in the said lands at the office of the
Assistant Settlement Officer; that is to say the lands included within the following
boundaries :
N o r t h : the southern edge of the following blocks :
Jaffa Urban Area Blocks Nos. 7043. 7050, 7058. 7059 and 7070.
Yazur Registration Blocks Nos. 6046 and 6012.
East

the lands of Yazur and Beit Dajan.

South

the lands of Rishon-le-Tsiyon.

West

the sea.

Any person claiming an interest in the lands aforementioned or in the lands of


adjoining villages which abut on the boundaries of the lands aforementioned should
act in the manner prescribed in the Land Settlement Ordinances, 1928-1935.
The notices issued under the Ordinances may be inspected at the following
places :
Office of the Settlement Officer, Jaffa Settlement Area, Jaffa.
Office of the District Commissioner, Southern District, Jaffa.
Office of the District Officer, Jaffa Sub-District.
In the camp of the Assistant Settlement Officer at Bayit Vegan.
J . N . STUBBS
3rd July, 1936.

A c t i n g C o m m i s s i o n e r of L a n d s
and.
Surveys.

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S U R V E Y O R D I N A N C E , 1929.

NOTIFICATION UNDER

SECTION

10.

Surveys for the preparation of plans of certain lands in the undermentioned


village are about to be made :

Village

Sub-District

Turan

Nazareth

Localities

All

Persons claiming ownership of land in the said village will be required to demarcate the boundaries of their claims with permanent marks, when called upon
to do so.
J. N . STUBBS
1st July, 1936.

A c t i n g C o m m i s s i o n e r of L a n d s
and
Surveys.

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Regulations of the Courts Office of the Clerk (2004)


Pursuant to my authority in the Courts Act (1984) Articles 82, 108, 109, and the Labor Courts Act
(1969), Article 43, and following consultation with the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Labor, in
reference to the Article cited above, I herein promulgate instant Regulations:
1. The office of each court, named below, shall be named Office of the Clerk, [Hereinafter the Office
of the Clerk]:
(1) The Supreme Court;
(2) District Court;
(3) Magistrate Court;
(4) National Labor Court;
(5) Regional Labor Court.
2. The Office of the Clerk shall maintain registration of the matters brought before the court, pertaining
to the following details:
(1) Court file number;
(2) Date the matter was brought to court;
(3) Name of the Judge, Magistrate, or members of the panel;
(4) Names and party designations in the process;
(5) Nature of the claim and its sum, and in criminal process the charges in the indictment;
(6) Fees paid;
(7) Dates of hearings.
3. (a) The court file shall be held in the Office of the Clerk and include all court records, including
records, exhibits, protocols, and decisions, but the court is permitted to order that an exhibit that
was filed in court be held by the party that filed it, under conditions set by the court; if the record
was in writing, it shall be scanned prior to its transfer to the party, and the scanned copy be held in
the computer of the court.
(b) All court records shall show the court file number.
(c) In instant Regulation, File - including one, which is electronically administered.
4. (a) Public hours of the Office of the Clerk shall be as follows:
(1)...
(2)...
(3)...
5. Any provision of instant Regulations shall be upheld in mechanized and electronic systems of the
courts, with the required changes, if so instructed by the Director of Administration of Courts.
6. Payment to the court shall be made in a manner that shall be published by the Director of
Administration of Courts in the Internet site of the court system.
6.a The Chief Clerks of the courts are authorized to certify that a copy of a court record is a true copy
of the record in the court file (amended in 2005).
7. The Regulations of the Courts Registration Office (1936) are voided.
8. Instant Regulations are effective 30 days from the date of their publication.
November 25, 2004
Joseph (Tommy) Lapid
Minister of Justice

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