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Report No. 60

12.39. Presumption as to "duly made"-limited effect of.-

It is, of course, obvious that the presumption as to the rules or bye-laws having been "duly made" does not mean that the rules cannot be assailed if they are in excess of, or repugnant to, the parent Act, or if the rules are otherwise invalid.

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