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Second-Hand Goods Act: Extension of powers to law enforcement officers

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The Minister of Police has, under section 31(1) of the Second -Hand Goods Act, 2009 (Act No. 6 of 2009), extended the powers contemplated
in Chapter 9 to such persons employed as law enforcement officers by the City of Cape Town to the extent and subject to the conditions and
directives set out in the Schedule.

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