Natives (Prohibition of Interdicts) Act, 1956
|Natives (Prohibition of Interdicts) Act, 1956|
|Act to prohibit the granting of interdicts or other dilatory orders of court having the effect of staying or suspending the removal or ejectment of natives in certain cases, and to provide for other incidental matters.|
|Citation||Act No. 64 of 1956|
|Enacted by||Parliament of South Africa|
|Date of Royal Assent||15 June 1956|
|Date commenced||22 June 1956|
|Date repealed||1 July 1986|
|Abolition of Influx Control Act, 1986|
Natives (Prohibition of Interdicts) Act, Act No 64 of 1956, formed part of the apartheid system of racial segregation in South Africa. It deprived Africans of the right to appeal to the courts by means of an interdict or any legal process against forced removals.
- "Legislation: 1950s". South African History Online. Retrieved 3 May 2010.
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