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PART 4—PROTECTIONS
Protections
11.—(1) The relevant provisions are not to be taken to be inconsistent with a human right or a similar right
of any person.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the relevant provisions are not to be taken to provide for a deprivation
of property of anyone.
(3) No court, tribunal or any other adjudicating body has jurisdiction or power to accept, hear, determine or in any other way entertain any challenge by any person to, or to grant any remedy or relief to any person in respect of:
(a) the validity or effect of the relevant provisions or of any regulations made under or for the purpose of any
of the relevant provisions;
(b) the validity or effect of any transfer, assignment or disposition made under or for the purposes of any of
the relevant provisions; or
(c) any loss or damage suffered by any person because of anything done in compliance or purported compliance with, or to give effect to, any of the relevant provisions.
(4) Where any relevant proceeding, claim, challenge, application or dispute of any form whatsoever is brought before any court, tribunal, commission or any other adjudicating body, the presiding judicial officer, without hearing or in any way determining the proceeding or the application, shall immediately transfer the proceeding or the application to the Chief Registrar of the High Court for the termination of the proceeding or the application, and a certificate to that effect shall be issued by the Chief Registrar of the High Court.

GIVEN under my hand this 25th day of November 2011.
EPELI NAILATIKAU
President of the Republic of Fiji
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COMMENTS:

Welcome Homesaid:

February 8, 2016 at 6:33 pm

HUMAN RIGHTS ARE FOR EVERYONE

Indeed they are. This telling photograph will be a lasting epitaph to infamy, profligacy and egregious hypocrisy. Let the International Labour Organisation Commissioners take due note. The world waits ………

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