Division 1. C shall apply; and b the provisions of the remainder of this Organic Law shall apply only lookung the extent necessary to enable the operation of the Interim Provincial Governments in accordance with Subdivision VI.
Any notice, summons, writ or other process required to be served on a Provincial Government or a Local-level Government may be served on an officer deated by the Provincial Government or the Local-level Government for that purpose. Division 2. Being an Organic Law— a to implement Part VIA Provincial Governments and Local-level Governments of the Constitution by making provision for and in respect of a system of Provincial Governments and Local-level Governments for the provinces pursuant to the Second National Goal Equality and Participation of the National Goals and Directive Principles of the Constitution; and b to repeal and replace the Organic Law on Provincial Government, and for related purposes, MADE by the National Parliament, to come into operation— a in so far as relating to all provinces other than Bougainville Province and the National Capital District—on certification; and b  in so far as relating to Bougainville Province—on 1 January ; and c  in so far as relating to the National Capital District—in accordance with a notice published in the National Gazette by the Head of State, acting with, and in accordance with, the advice of the Minister.
Lookjng B. Full faith and credit shall be given throughout Papua New Guinea to the laws, the public acts, records and proceedings of all Provincial Governments and Local-level Governments. Subdivision C.
PART I. Division 4.
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Division 3. Subject to the Constitution, a Local-level Government shall not be abolished or in any way amalgamated and its area shall not be altered, without the prior consent of the National Executive Council and of the Provincial Assembly.
C qualified rights of the Constitution, namely— a the right to freedom from arbitrary search and entry conferred by Section 44 of the Constitution; and b the right to privacy conferred by Section 49 of the Constitution; and c the right to freedom of information conferred by Section 51 of the Constitution, is a law that is made for the purpose of giving effect to the public interest in public order and public welfare.
An Act of the Parliament may make provision for and in relation to the roles and functions of the members referred in Section 10 3 a. A Provincial Government or a Local-level Government— a may acquire, fir and dispose of property of any kind; and b may sue and be sued, and a provincial law or a local-level law may make provision lookihg and in respect of the manner and form in which each respective government may do so.