Legislation Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Registration of Acts, legislative instruments and notifiable instruments  

Part 2 - Compilations  

Division 2 - Registration of compilations  

SECTION 15R   Lodgement of compilations of instruments - required compilation events  

Compilation required to be prepared and lodged

(1)  
If a required compilation event occurs for a legislative instrument or notifiable instrument, the rule-maker must prepare and lodge for registration a compilation of the instrument for registration. Compilation date

(2)  
The compilation date for the compilation must be the date of the required compilation event. Time for lodgement

(3)  
The rule-maker must lodge for registration the compilation required by subsection (1) within 28 days after the event occurs, or a longer period allowed by the First Parliamentary Counsel. Exceptions

(4)  
This section does not apply to legislative instruments or notifiable instruments, or in circumstances, prescribed by rules made for the purposes of this subsection.

Example:

A circumstance prescribed by the rules may be if the First Parliamentary Counsel prepares and registers a compilation of a legislative instrument or notifiable instrument.


 

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