Law Officers Act, 1966
Act 8 of 1966
- Commenced on 3 June 1966
- [This is the version of this document at 1 December 1998.]
1. Short titleThis Act may be cited as the Law Officers Act, 1966.
2. InterpretationIn this Act—“Crown Counsel” means a public officer appointed as Pupil Crown Counsel or holding such other legal professional office higher than Pupil Crown Counsel.[Amended K.O-I-C. 40/1975; A.13/1988]
3. Attorney-General and Crown Counsel to be ex officio advocates and attorneysNotwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any other law, every person appointed Attorney-General or Crown Counsel shall, so long as he continues to hold office, be entitled, and every person who shall have been appointed Attorney-General or Crown Counsel shall be deemed to have been entitled, ex officio, to perform any work of an advocate and attorney, and shall be entitled, and shall be deemed to have been entitled, to appear as counsel in all courts in Swaziland in which counsel may appear.
4. Court may award costs
History of this document
01 December 1998 this version
03 June 1966