Companies Act, 2008 (Act No. 71 of 2008)
Companies Regulations, 2011
Chapter 8 : Regulatory Agencies and Administration
Part A : Regulatory Agency Offices and Functions
166. Extension and condonation of time limits
|(1)||The senior officer of a regulatory agency may generally extend any particular time limit set out in the Act or these regulations for filing any document with that agency, to the extent necessary or desirable having regard to the public demand for access to the agency's services, the administrative capacity of the agency to meet that demand, and the interests of efficiency and equality of access.|
|(2)||On good cause shown, the recording officer of a regulatory agency may condone late performance of an act in respect of which the Act or these regulations prescribe a time limit, other than a time limit that is binding on the regulatory agency itself.|
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