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RepealedThis By-law was repealed on 24 June 2016 by Parking Management.
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Traffic 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.]
- [Repealed by Parking Management on 24 June 2016]
1. DefinitionsIn this by-law, unless the context otherwise indicates:-"council" means the council of the Swartland Municipality;"gross vehicle mass", in relation to a motor vehicle, means the maximum mass of such vehicle and its load as specified by the manufacturer thereof, or in absence of such specification, as determined by the registering authority."park" or "parked " means to keep a vehicle, whether occupied or not, stationary for a period of time longer than is reasonably necessary for the actual loading or unloading of persons or goods, but does not include any such keeping of a vehicle by reason of a cause beyond the control of the person in charge of such vehicle;"public place" means any square, park, recreation ground, sports ground, lane, open space or enclosed place vested in the Municipality or other state authority or indicated as such on the Surveyor General's records or utilized by the public or zoned as such in terms of the applicable zoning scheme or at any time declared or rendered such by the council or any other competent authority."public road" any road, street or thoroughfare or any other place which is commonly used by the public or any section thereof or to which the public or any section thereof has a right of access, and includes-(a)the verge of any such road, street or thoroughfare;(b)any footpath, sidewalk or similar pedestrian portion of a road reserve;(c)any bridge, ferry or drift traversed by any such road, street or thoroughfare;(d)any other work or object belonging to such road, street or thoroughfare, footpath or sidewalk;"trailer" means a vehicle which is not self-propelled and which is designed or adapted to be drawn by a motor vehicle, but does not include a side-car attached to a motor cycle; "urban" area means that portion or portions of the area of jurisdiction of the Swartland Municipality which has by actual survey, been subdivided into erven or is surrounded by surveyed erven, and includes the public roads abutting thereon.
Parking by trailers
History of this By-law
24 June 2016Repealed by Parking Management
19 April 2002 this versionPublished in Western Cape Provincial Gazette no. 5859By-law commences.
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