PUBLIC SEAL ACT
Arrangement of Sections
1. Short title
3. The Public Seal
4. Custody of the Public Seal
to prescribe the Public Seal of the Republic; to provide for the custody thereof; and to provide for matters incidental thereto or connected therewith.
[24th October, 1964]
Act 56 of 1964.
This Act may be cited as the Public Seal Act.
In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—
“the President” means the President of the Republic;
“the Republic” means the Republic of Zambia.
The Public Seal of the Republic shall be the following device:
(Note: Seal photo missing)
(1) The President may appoint a person holding office in the service of the Republic to be the Custodian of the Public Seal and may give directions as to the manner in which it shall be kept and used.
(2) In the absence of any such appointment, the President shall be the Custodian of the Public Seal.
Whenever the Public Seal is affixed to any document or other thing, the affixation shall be authenticated by the signature of the Custodian of the Public Seal.