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  • Part I:Preliminary « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    Act unless the context otherwise requires appointed day means the date of commencement of this Act Board means the National Heritage Board established under the National Heritage Board Act Cap 196A Director means the Director of National Monuments appointed under section 8 enforcement notice means a notice issued by the Board under section 18 information notice means a notice served by the Director or a Monument Inspector under section 16 monument means the whole or any part of or the remains of a any building structure erection statue sculpture or other work whether above or below the surface of the land and any cave or excavation b any site comprising the remains of any such building structure erection statue sculpture or other work or of any cave or excavation or c any site comprising or comprising the remains of any vehicle vessel aircraft or other movable structure or part thereof which neither constitutes nor forms part of any work which is a monument within paragraph a and includes any machinery attached to or forming part of a monument which cannot be detached from the monument without being dismantled Monument Inspector means any person appointed under section 9 to be a Monument Inspector for the purposes of this Act national monument means any monument that is subject to a preservation order and includes any land containing or adjacent to such monument that is specified in the preservation order under section 11 3 occupier in relation to any monument or land means the person in occupation of or having the charge management or control of such monument or land whether on his own account or as an agent of another person but does not include a lodger owner a in relation to any monument or land means the person for the time

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  • Part II:Functions and Powers of Board Under the Act « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    identified for preservation or which are being preserved under this Act c to determine standards and issue guidelines for the restoration and preservation of monuments under this Act and for the proper control management and use of such monuments d to determine the best method for the preservation of any national monument and to cause or facilitate the preservation of such national monument in accordance with such method e to protect national monuments in accordance with this Act f to promote and stimulate public interest and support in the preservation of monuments and public knowledge appreciation and understanding of national monuments g to record preserve and disseminate information relating to national monuments and h to advise the Government in respect of matters relating to the preservation of monuments Powers of Board under this Act 5 Without prejudice to section 7 of the National Heritage Board Act the Board in discharging its functions under this Act shall have and may exercise the following powers a advise on supervise control and require alterations repairs renovations or construction of any kind to be made to any national monument for the purpose of ensuring the better preservation thereof b contribute by grant or loan towards the expenses incurred or to be incurred in the restoration repair maintenance or management of a national monument to ensure its proper preservation c publish or sponsor the publication of information and other works relating to monuments which have been identified for preservation or which are being preserved under this Act or to any other matter concerning the functions of the Board d organise such activities and other programmes as the Board thinks necessary or desirable for the discharge of its functions under this Act e carry out promotional activities or publicity in any form f arrange for or

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  • Part III:Appointment of Director and Other Officers « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    of Monuments Part V Transfer of Property Assets and Liabilities Part VI Miscellaneous The Schedule The PMB Team Contacts Text size Part III Appointment of Director and Other Officers Appointment of Director of National Monuments 8 1 The Board shall appoint one of its officers as the Director of National Monuments who shall be responsible for the performance of the duties and functions assigned to the Director under this Act 2 The Board may give such directions not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act as to the performance of the duties and functions of the Director and the Director shall give effect to any such directions Appointment of Monument Inspectors 9 1 The Director may in writing appoint any public officer or any officer or employee of the Board or of any other statutory authority to be a Monument Inspector for the purposes of this Act 2 Every Monument Inspector shall when exercising his powers and carrying out his duties under this Act comply with such general or special directions as may from time to time be given to him by the Director or the Board 3 Every Monument Inspector when exercising any powers under this Act shall if

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  • Part IV:Provisions for Preservation of Monuments « Preservation Of Monuments Board

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  • Part V:Transfer of Property, Assets and Liabilities « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    to and vested in the National Heritage Board under subsection 1 shall be held by that Board upon such tenure and subject to such terms and conditions as the President may determine 3 Every proceedings by or against the Preservation of Monuments Board which are pending on the appointed day may be continued completed and enforced by or against the National Heritage Board 4 Every agreement relating to any of the transferred properties to which the Preservation of Monuments Board was a party immediately before the appointed day whether or not of such nature that the rights and liabilities thereunder could be assigned shall have effect as from that date as if a the National Heritage Board had been a party to such an agreement and b for any reference to the Preservation of Monuments Board there were substituted in respect of anything to be done on or after the appointed day a reference to the National Heritage Board 5 It is hereby declared for the avoidance of doubt that a any reference in this Part to property vested in the Preservation of Monuments Board is a reference to such property of that Board whether situated in Singapore or elsewhere and b any such reference to rights and liabilities of the Preservation of Monuments Board is a reference to such rights to which that Board is entitled or as the case may be such liabilities to which that Board is subject whether under the laws of Singapore or any country outside Singapore and includes rights and liabilities arising under loans raised by that Board Existing contracts 25 All deeds bonds agreements instruments and arrangements subsisting immediately before the appointed day which the Preservation of Monuments Board is a party shall continue in force on and after that date and shall

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  • Part VI:Miscellaneous « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    person requires authentication the signature of the Director a Monument Inspector or any other duly authorised officer or employee of the Board or an official facsimile of such signature appended to such notice order or document shall be sufficient authentication 2 In any proceedings under this Act the contents of any such notice order or document shall be presumed to be correct until the contrary is proved Service of documents 34 1 Any notice order or document required or authorised by this Act to be served on any person may be served on the person a by delivering it to the person or to some adult member or employee of his family or household at his last known place of residence b by leaving it at his usual or last known place of residence or place of business in an envelope addressed to the person c by sending it by registered post addressed to the person at his usual or last known place of residence or place of business or d in the case of an incorporated company a partnership or a body of persons i by delivering it to the secretary or other like officer of the company partnership or body of persons at its registered office or principal place of business or ii by sending it by registered post addressed to the company partnership or body of persons at its registered office or principal place of business 2 Any notice order or document sent by registered post to any person in accordance with subsection 1 shall be deemed to be duly served on the person at the time when the notice order or document as the case may be would in the ordinary course of post be delivered and in proving service of the notice order or document it shall be sufficient to prove that the envelope containing the same was properly addressed stamped and posted by registered post 3 Any notice order or document required or authorised by this Act to be served on the owner or occupier of any premises may be served by delivering it or a true copy thereof to some adult person on the premises or if there is no such person on the premises to whom it can with reasonable diligence be delivered by affixing the notice order or document to some conspicuous part of the premises 4 Any notice order or document required or authorised by this Act to be served on the owner or occupier of any premises shall be deemed to be properly addressed if addressed by the description of the owner or occupier of the premises without further name or description Regulations 35 1 The Board may with the approval of the Minister make regulations for carrying out the purposes of this Act and for any matter which is required under this Act to be prescribed 2 Without prejudice to the generality of subsection 1 the purposes for which regulations may be made under this section include the following a to prohibit or to control and regulate the carrying out of any work on or in relation to a national monument b to prohibit or to control and regulate the use of a national monument for any particular purpose c to prohibit or to control and regulate the doing of any particular act in relation to a national monument including the placement or display of signs banners posters buntings flags or any other advertising material on a national monument d to provide for the preservation and protection of any fitting fixture artefact or other movable object that is found in is attached to or forms part of a national monument and e to prescribe additional duties to be imposed on the owner or occupier of a national monument in relation to the preservation protection and use of such national monument 3 Regulations made under this section a may provide that any contravention of or failure or neglect to comply with any provision of such regulations shall be an offence b may prescribe the fine with which the offence shall be punishable except that no such fine shall exceed for any one offence the sum of 5 000 and in the case of a continuing offence the sum of 100 for every day or part thereof during which the offence continues after conviction and c may prescribe the offences which may be compounded under section 31 4 All regulations made under this Act shall be presented to Parliament as soon as possible after publication in the Gazette Repeal and consequential amendments to other written laws 36 1 The Preservation of Monuments Act Cap 239 is repealed 2 The provisions of the Acts specified in the first column of the Schedule are amended in the manner set out in the second column thereof Related amendments to National Heritage Board Act 37 1 Section 6 of the National Heritage Board Act Cap 196A is amended a by deleting the word and at the end of paragraph f and b by deleting the full stop at the end of paragraph g and substituting the word and and by inserting immediately thereafter the following paragraph h to perform such other functions as are conferred on the Board by any other written law 2 Section 8 of the National Heritage Board Act is repealed and the following section substituted therefor Appointment of committees and delegation of powers 38 1 The Board may in its discretion appoint such number of committees as it thinks fit consisting of its members or other persons or its members and other persons for purposes which in the opinion of the Board would be better regulated and managed by means of such committees 2 The Board may subject to such conditions or restrictions as it thinks fit delegate to any such committee or to the Chairman all or any of the powers and functions vested in the Board by this Act except the power of delegation under this subsection and

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  • The Schedule « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    V Transfer of Property Assets and Liabilities Part VI Miscellaneous The Schedule The PMB Team Contacts Text size The Schedule Section 36 2 CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OTHER WRITTEN LAWS First column Second column 1 Accounting Standards Act Chapter 2B 2008 Ed The Schedule Delete item 36 2 Central Provident Fund Act Chapter 36 2001 Ed First Schedule paragraph 6 Delete item 45 3 Planning Act Chapter 232 1998 Ed Section

    Original URL path: http://www.pmb.sg/?page_id=37 (2012-12-22)
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  • Our Divisions « Preservation Of Monuments Board
    Guidelines and Publications MONUMENTAL Walking Tours Monuments Assistance Schemes Objectives Preservation of Monuments Act of 2009 The PMB Team Our Divisions Monument Inspectorate Research Education and Publications Contacts Text size Our Divisions The Preservation of Monuments Board is headed by

    Original URL path: http://www.pmb.sg/?page_id=39 (2012-12-22)
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