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BARBADOS
CHAPTER 34A
Solicitor General (Statutory Functions)
1980-62
Law Revision Orders
The following Law Revision Orders authorized the insertion and removal of pages under the Law Revision Act Cap.2 now repealed:
1985  
An Act to provide for the performance of certain statutory functions by the Solicitor General of Barbados.
[Commencement: 17th November, 1980]
Short title
1.
This Act may be cited as the Solicitor General (Statutory Functions) Act.
Solicitor General to perform functions of Official Assignee
2.
The person holding the office, permanently or otherwise, of Solicitor General shall perform all the duties and exercise all the powers, authority and jurisdiction imposed on or vested in the Official Assignee by law.
Power of delegation
3.
The Solicitor General may by instrument published in the Gazette delegate all or any of the functions, except the power of delegation, conferred by this Act or any other law to another legal officer in the public service not being a person holding an office (however styled) lower than that of Deputy Solicitor General.
Reference to Crown Solicitor
4.
Where in any Act or statutory instrument passed or made before 17th November, 1980, a reference is made to the Crown Solicitor, there shall be substituted therefor a reference to the Solicitor General.