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Pays: Trinité-et-Tobago

  1. Trinité-et-Tobago - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Foreign Labour Contracts Act (Cap. 88:11) (Foreign Labour Contracts Ordinance (No. 8 of 1900).) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1900-02-10 | TTO-1900-R-62411

    Prohibits any employer, or any person acting as agent or attorney for or on behalf of any employer, without the leave in writing of the Governor first obtained, to hire, engage, or induce any person to leave the Colony, or to send or take away any person therefrom, for the purpose of being employed by any such employer as a labourer in any foreign country. Also prohibits aiding and abetting of such activity.

  2. Trinité-et-Tobago - - Loi

    Prevention of Crimes Act (Cap. 10:01). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1870-02-10 | TTO-1870-L-105209

    1. Short title.
    2. Interpretation.
    3. Register of criminals.
    4. Returns for purposes of register.
    5. Persons twice convicted on indictment to be subject to police supervision.
    6. Person subject to supervision to report himself and to notify change of residence.
    7. Offences by person subject to police supervision.
    Power of arrest without warrant.

  3. Trinité-et-Tobago - - Loi

    Criminal Offences Act (Cap. 11:01). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1844-07-22 | TTO-1844-L-105212

    1. Short title.
    2. Common law offences.
    3. Personation.
    4. Breaking out of prison.
    5. Attempt to commit indictable offence.
    6. Selling unwholesome provisions.
    7. Cheat or fraud.
    8. Offences under sections 4, 5 and 6.
    9. Falsification of accounts.
    10. Advertising reward for return of stolen property under certain conditions.

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