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5 hours ago In force legislation. This page has links to the collection of NSW legislation currently in force, including historical versions from 2002 (or earlier for some selected titles). A new point-in-time version of in force legislation is available for each day amendments to a title commence. We aim to publish a new version within 3 days of the

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21.086.4174 hours ago Factsheet No. 6 - Making Laws

1. Consumer guarantees do not apply to goods: 1. bought before 1 January 2011 2. from one-off sales by private sellers such as garage sales and fetes 3. at auctions, where the auctioneer acts as agent for the owner 4. costing more than $100,000 (or $40,000 for goods and services supplied prior to 1 July 2021) that a person would normally buy for business use 5. to on-sell or re-supply 6. to use, as part of a business to manufacture or produce something else, or to repair or use on other goods or fixtures.
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5 hours ago The new provisions came into force in February and March 2012. The Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Amendment (Pollution Incident Response Management Plans) Regulation 2012 amends the Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Regulation 2009 to prescribe certain matters relating to the form, content, testing and

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1 hours ago The single price must be: clear at the time of the sale; as prominent as the most prominent component of the price. The single price is the total of all measurable costs and includes: any charge payable, and; the amount of any tax, duty, fee, levy or …

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1 hours ago In February 2022, we expect to roll out the final phase of the project, a NSW Government Gazette standalone website that holds all gazette data currently on the NSW legislation website. The new gazette website gives users control over when notices are lodged and published—a notice can be published any day, any time straight after it’s been

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8 hours ago New laws and penalties for drivers using their mobiles . From September 2018, the NSW government issued stricter penalties for drivers who use their phones while driving. The new law states that even if you’re merely touching your phone while driving, this could result in NSW drivers losing their license.

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1. Diagram: The passage of legislation in the Parliament of NSW
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2 hours ago Slow down: new speed camera spots in WA From January 1, the Western Australian Government will scrap regular speed camera location updates from the WA Police Force. Instead there will now be a list of around 1800 locations around the state which may or may not have a camera in place. New employment law

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9 hours ago ICLG - Renewable Energy Laws and Regulations - Australia covers common issues in renewable energy laws and regulations including an overview of the renewable energy sector, the renewable energy market, sale of renewable energy and financial incentives, consents and permits and storage – in 18 jurisdictions. Published: 17/09/2021.

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9 hours ago What's New on the Federal Register of Legislation This page lists material recently published on the Federal Register of Legislation within the last 21 days. This page is updated throughout the day, so it may be necessary to refresh/reload this page regularly to get the latest information.

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7 hours ago Essentially, the new rules are aimed at making free range egg producers live up to their label. Laws coming into effect today mean producers must have a maximum density of 10,000 hens per hectare

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Just Now For a thorough explanation of how laws are made, visit the Parliament of NSW website or the Parliament of Australia website. The Making of an Act. A Bill is draft version of an Act of Parliament (a law) before it is made. Bills can be proposed new laws or proposed amendments to existing laws.

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3 hours ago In New Mexico, the minimum wage will increase to $10.50, up $1.50 from the current $9 wage. And in California, the rate for employers with 26 workers or more will rise from $13 to $14 an hour, the

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5 hours ago LAW AND THE NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIAN LEGAL PROFESSION ACTS The Legal Profession Uniform Law (Uniform Law) commenced in NSW and Victoria on 1 July 2015. While most day-to-day requirements for legal practitioners and law practices are unchanged, it is important to be familiar with the Uniform Law and Rules.

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How does a bill become a law NSW?

In a bicameral Parliament, such as the Parliament of NSW, a bill must pass through both Houses in the same form and then be assented to (or agreed to) by the Governor for it to become a law (or an Act). Bills may be introduced to: give effect to inter-government agreements.

What are the changes to consumer law in NSW?

Consumer law changes in NSW. The new Australian Consumer Law replaced previous Commonwealth, State and Territory consumer protection legislation in fair trading acts and the Trade Practices Act 1974 from 1 January 2011. Consumer guarantees. Consumer guarantees are a new comprehensive set of rights and remedies for defective goods and services.

What does the new phone law mean for NSW drivers?

The new law states that even if you’re merely touching your phone while driving, this could result in NSW drivers losing their license. In addition, the amount of demerit points for using a phone while driving will increase from four to five points. The overwhelming majority of NSW residents voted in favour of tougher penalties.

What is a statutory rule NSW?

Statutory rules are laws made under the authority of an Act of Parliament, not required to be passed by the Parliament. These include regulations, by-laws, ordinances and rules of a court. All statutory rules must be tabled in both Houses within 14 sitting days after being published on the NSW Legislation Website.

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