ACTS INTERPRETATION ACT 1901

PART 4 - AMENDMENT, REPEAL AND EXPIRY OF ACTS  

SECTION 10A   10A   REFERENCES TO AMENDED OR RE-ENACTED LAWS OF STATES AND TERRITORIES  


Where an Act contains a reference to a short title or other citation that is or was provided by the law of a State or Territory for the citation of a law of that State or Territory as originally enacted or made, or as amended, then:


(a) the reference shall be construed as a reference to that law as originally enacted or made and as amended from time to time; and


(b) where that law has been repealed and re-enacted or re-made, with or without modifications, the reference shall be construed as including a reference to the re-enacted or re-made law as originally enacted or made and as amended from time to time; and


(c) if a provision of that law is repealed and re-enacted or re-made (including where that law is repealed and re-enacted or re-made), with or without modifications, a reference to the repealed provision extends to any corresponding re-enacted or re-made provision (whether or not the re-enacted or re-made provision has the same number as the repealed provision).




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