The Criminal Code Amendment Act (No. 2) 1956 (Act no. 043 of 1956 (5 Eliz. II No. 43)) was assented to on 11 October 1956 and commenced on 18 December 1956. It was 'An Act to amend the Criminal Code'.
When amending the Criminal Code in 1956 to change penalities for driving offences, the reference to courts being able to detain a young person under 17 years of age in an industrial or reformatory school was given as a punishment.
Prepared by: Debra Rosser
Created: 31 January 2013, Last modified: 12 June 2018