S 22 repealed by No 10 of 2015, s 3 and Sch 1 item 36, effective 5 March 2016. See note under the title of the Act. S 22 formerly read:
SECTION 22 The status of the Register and judicial notice of legislative instruments and compilations
The Register is, for all purposes, to be taken to be a complete and accurate record of all legislative instruments that are included in the Register.
A compilation that is included in the Register and that relates to a particular legislative instrument is to be taken, unless the contrary is proved, to be a complete and accurate record of that legislative instrument as amended and in force at the date specified in the compilation.
In any proceedings, proof is not required about the provisions and coming into operation (in whole or in part) of a legislative instrument as it appears in the Register.
A court or tribunal may inform itself about those matters in any way that it thinks fit.
It is presumed, unless the contrary is proved, that a document that purports to be an extract from the Register is what it purports to be.
subsection (5) applies to a document; and
the document purports to be a copy of, or a copy of a part of, a legislative instrument that was registered on a particular day and at a particular time;
then it is presumed, unless the contrary is proved and subject to the operation of section
in the circumstances described in that section, that the legislative instrument was registered on that day and at that time.