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Please do not change the wording of annotations. These should be left as they are and marked up as a remark/annotation.

{{*[S. 2 amended by s. 3 of Act 21 of 2004; s. 3 of Act 34 of 2011 w.e.f. 1 January 2012.]}}

Certain annotations will appear in round brackets, such as in the example below. These should be marked up as an annotation/remark.

{{*[Subsec. (6) not in operation.]}}

Blank sections, subsections and paragraphs etc.

Some portions of Mauritius documents will be blank or empty. Below is an example of one such instance.

When a element that does not usually have a heading is blank, mark it up as it appears in the PDF. Blank paragraph (d) in the image above should be marked up as follows:

PARA (d)

Multiple blank subsections/ paragraphs or a range of blank subsections/ paragraphs, should be marked up as follows.


Below is an example of a blank section and how it should be marked up.

SEC. 9 - ***

Below is an example of multiple blank sections or a range of blank sections, and how they should be marked up.

SEC 30. - ***
SEC 31. - ***
SEC 32. - ***

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