Transport Act, 1944

Protection of Minister for Posts and Telegraphs.

51.—Notwithstanding anything in this Act, on and after the establishment date all enactments, awards, deeds, agreements and arrangements containing provisions as between the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs and the dissolved railway company relating to the construction and maintenance of telegraphs shall continue to apply only to the system of railways, works and lands which immediately before the establishment date formed the undertaking of the dissolved railway company and to the said Minister and the Company in respect thereof.