(1) Any person who, before 7th February 1974, has been married to a person-
(a) who becomes a citizen of Grenada by virtue of section 94 of this Constitution; or
(b) who, having died before that date, would, but for his death, have become a citizen of Grenada by virtue of that section.
but whose marriage has been terminated by death or dissolution before that date shall be entitled, upon making application and if he is a British protected person or an alien taking the oath of allegiance, to be registered as a citizen of Grenada.
(2) Any person who, having been born outside Grenada, is on 6th February 1974 a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies and under the age of eighteen years shall, if his father or his mother becomes a citizen of Grenada on 7th February 1974 by virtue of section 94(2) of this Constitution be entitled, upon application being made on his behalf by his parent or guardian before he attains the age of eighteen years or before such later date as may be prescribed by Parliament, to be registered as a citizen of Grenada.
(3) An application for registration under this section shall be made in such manner as may be prescribed, as respects that application, by Parliament. (Sec. 95)