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Keeping of Bees By-law, 2002
- Published in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 5859 on 19 April 2002
- Commenced on 19 April 2002
- [This is the version of this document from 19 April 2002 and includes any amendments published up to 17 March 2023.]
1.In this by-law, unless the context otherwise indicates:—"area of jurisdiction" means the area referred to in paragraph 2 of the proclamation promulgated under Provincial Notice 485 dated 22 September 2000;"Council" means the council of the Swartland Municipality, and"zoned" means a land-use applicable to land in terms of any town planning scheme regulations.
2.The provisions of this by-law do not apply where bees are kept on premises which is zoned as agricultural zone.
4.No person shall under authority of the sanction of the Council in terms of section 3, keep bees—
5.Notwithstanding the provisions of the aforegoing sections, Council may—
6.No person shall keep or permit to be kept bees on any premises within the area of jurisdiction of the Council whereon is situated any building used for the purpose of any industry, business or trade.
7.Any sanction of the Council given for the keeping of bees shall, subject to the provisions of this by-law, expires on the 31st December in each year and application for the renewal thereof shall reach the Municipal Manager not later than the 1st December of such year.
8. Penalty clauseAny person who contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this by-law shall be guilty of an offence and liable upon conviction to a penalty not exceeding—
History of this By-law
19 April 2002 this versionPublished in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 5859By-law commences.
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