Criminal Code Act 1995

Schedule - The Criminal Code  

Section 3

CHAPTER 5 - THE SECURITY OF THE COMMONWEALTH  

Part 5.3 - Terrorism  

Division 102 - Terrorist organisations  

Subdivision A - Definitions  

SECTION 102.1A   Reviews by Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security   Disallowable instruments

(1)  


This section applies in relation to the following disallowable instruments:


(a) a regulation that specifies an organisation for the purposes of paragraph (b) of the definition of terrorist organisation in section 102.1 ;


(b) an instrument made under section 102.1AA .

Review of disallowable instrument

(2)  


The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security may:


(a) review the disallowable instrument as soon as possible after the making of the instrument; and


(b) report the Committee ' s comments and recommendations to each House of the Parliament before the end of the applicable disallowance period for that House.

Review of disallowable instrument - extension of disallowance period

(3)  
If the Committee ' s report on a review of a disallowable instrument is tabled in a House of the Parliament:


(a) during the applicable disallowance period for that House; and


(b) on or after the eighth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period;

then Part 2 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003 has effect, in relation to that disallowable instrument and that House, as if each period of 15 sitting days referred to in that Part were extended in accordance with the table:


Extension of applicable disallowance period
Item If the Committee ' s report is tabled in that House ... extend the period of 15 sitting days by ...
1 on the fifteenth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 8 sitting days of that House
2 on the fourteenth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 7 sitting days of that House
3 on the thirteenth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 6 sitting days of that House
4 on the twelfth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 5 sitting days of that House
5 on the eleventh sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 4 sitting days of that House
6 on the tenth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 3 sitting days of that House
7 on the ninth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 2 sitting days of that House
8 on the eighth sitting day of the applicable disallowance period 1 sitting day of that House

Applicable disallowance period

(4)  
The applicable disallowance period for a House of the Parliament means the period of 15 sitting days of that House after the disallowable instrument, or a copy of the disallowable instrument, was laid before that House in accordance with section 38 of the Legislation Act 2003 .




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