Witnesses Tariff Act
Witnesses Tariff Rules
Statutory Instrument 42 of 1961
- Commenced on 15 September 1952
- [This is the version of this document at 1 December 2014.]
1.These rules may be cited as the Witnesses Tariff Rules.
2.There expenses and allowances set out in the schedules hereto shall be paid where applicable to witnesses summoned and attend in any Court in Seychelles.
3.Any female witness not coming under any of the classes listed in Schedules 1 or 2 shall receive the same expenses and allowances as her husband, father or guardian, as the case may be, would have been entitled to receive.
4.Government servants and teachers employed by the Government and or whose salaries are paid from public funds, shall not receive any allowance for attendance as a witness in a criminal case.
5.A witness summoned to appear in a court in an island other than that in which he resides, shall be entitled to the appropriate allowance for attendance for each day on which he is necessarily absent from the island in which he resides for the purpose of attending court in answer to the summons.
History of this document
15 September 1952