Bills Lists

TOTAL RESULTS: 47

  • Final Senate Bills List for 2008

    Date
    18/12/2008 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    As at cob 18 December 2008 (2008 Final Edition) Abbreviations AD Australian Democrats [Dem] AG Australian Greens ALP Australian Labor Party [Govt] FFP Family First Party Ind Independent LP Liberal Party of Australia [Opp] NATS The Nationals [Opp] CID Consideration in detail stage (House of Representatives) ED Exposure draft PM Private member’s bill PS Private senator’s bill R Restored to Notice Paper S Senate bill SBC Selection of Bills Committee PSA New Tax System (Family Assistance) (Improved Access to Baby Bonus) Amendment Bill 2008 (Introduced by Senator Stott Despoja - AD) Amends the A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999 to abolish the age restriction to enable all adoptive parents access to the baby bonus scheme. Senate: Intro. 20/3/08; 2nd reading adjourned 20/3/08 SBC report 4/08 (tabled and adopted 14/5/08): No reference A New Tax System (Luxury Car Tax Imposition—Customs) Amendment Bill 2008 Part of a package of four bills to increase the luxury car tax rate from 1 July 2008, the bill amends the A New Tax System (Luxury Car Tax Imposition—Customs) Act 1999 to impose a 33 per cent tax rate on taxable 
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2007

    Date
    10/12/2007 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 10 DECEMBER 2007 (2007 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 2007 calendar year to date Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] FFPFamily First Party IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) EDExposure Draft PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment (Township Leasing) Bill 2007 Amends the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 and Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Act 2006 to establish an office of Executive Director of Township Leasing to enter into and administer 99 year leases over townships on Aboriginal land in the Northern Territory. Reps: Intro. 24/5/07; Passed 13/6/07 Senate: Intro. 14/6/07; Passed 15/6/07 SBC report 9/07 (tabled and adopted 13/6/07): No reference Assent: 28/6/07; Act No. 121, 2007 ACIS Administration Amendment (Unearned Credit Liability) Bill 2007 Amends the ACIS Administration Act 1999 to confirm the circumstances under which the Commonwealth can issue an unearned credit liability 
  • Final House Bills List for 2007

    Date
    28/09/2007 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 28 September 2007 (Final for 2007) 41st PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2004-05-06-07 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2004 — 93 (Including 11 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2005 — 182 (Including 24 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2006 — 188 (Including 32 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2007 — 168 (Including 14 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Ac t No. Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment (Township Leasing) 2007 24/5 13/6 14/6 15/6 28/6 121 ACIS Administration Amendment (Unearned Credit Liability) 2007 7/2 14/2 26/2 1/3 15/3 25 Aged Care Amendment (Residential Care) 2007 21/3 1 2 1/6 H 21/6 21/6 28/6 109 Aged Care Amendment (Securing the Future of Aged Care for Australians) 2007 19/9 Aged Care Amendment (Security and Protection)  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2006

    Date
    25/01/2007 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 25 JANUARY 2007 (2006 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 200 6 calendar year to date Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] FFPFamily First Party IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) EDExposure Draft PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee SAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection Amendment Bill 2005 [2006] (Act citation: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection Amendment Act 2006) Amends the: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection Act 1984 to: give certainty to international cultural loan arrangements by providing that a certificate of exemption issued under the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act 1986 allowing the return of loaned cultural heritage objects cannot be overridden by a declaration under the Act; repeal Part IIA and other Victoria-specific provisions to enable the Victorian Government to administer Aboriginal heritage protection in Victoria directly through its own legislation; and make technical amendments as a consequence of 
  • Final House Bills List for 2006

    Date
    21/12/2006 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 21 December 2006 (Final for 2006) 41st PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2004-05-06 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2004 — 93 (Including 11 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2005 — 182 (Including 24 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2006 — 188 (Including 32 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Aboriginal Land Rights (No rthern Territory) Amendment 2006 31/5 19/6H 20/6 1 R 2 17/8 A 5/9 93 Age Discrimination Amendment 2006 29/3 B 10/5H 13/6 15/6 22/6 63 Aged Care Amendment (2005 Measures No. 1) 2006 ( Previous citation: Aged Care Amendment (2005 Measures No. 1) 2005) 8/12 8/2 3 9/2 28/3 6/4 28 Aged Care (Bond Security) 2006 ( Previous citation: Aged Care Amendment (Bond Security) 2005) 8/12 8/2 4 9/2 28/3 6/4 26 Aged Care (Bond Security) 
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2005

    Date
    18/01/2006 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 18 JANUARY 2006 (2005 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills before the Parliament for the 2005 calendar year Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance CLPCountry Liberal Party FFPFamily First Party IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRes tored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Customs) Bill 2004 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Customs) Act 2005) Part of a package of four bills, the bill imposes a goods and services tax on recipients of taxable supplies made under a long-term non-reviewable contract to the extent that it is a duty of customs. Reps: Intro. 8/12/04; Passed 8/12/04 Senate: Intro. 9/12/04; Passed 8/2/05 Assent: 18/2/05; Act No. 1, 2005 A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) Bill 2004 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) Act 2005) Part of 
  • Final House Bills List for 2005

    Date
    20/12/2005 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 20 December 2005 (Final for 2005) 41st PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 200 5 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2004 — 93 (Including 11 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2005 — 182 (Including 24 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Impos ition (Recipients)—Customs) 2005 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Customs) 2004 ) 8/12 8/12 9/12 8/2 18/2 1 A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) 2005 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) 2004 ) 8/12 8/12 9/12 8/2 18/2 2 A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—General) 2005 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—General) 2004 ) 8/12 8/12 9/12  
  • Final Senate Bills List for 2004

    Date
    21/01/2005 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 21 JANUARY 2005 (2004 Final Edition) This is a list of all bills considered by the Parliament for the 2004 calendar year to date. Bills which lapsed at the end of the 40th Parliament are annotated accordingly. Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation CIDConsideration in Detail stage (Hou se of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senator’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Bill 2003 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Act 2004) Amends the A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Act 1999 in relation to: accounting by the Commissioner of Taxation for all Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds; the timing of final determinations; and introduction of a mechanism for residual Budget Balancing Assistance adjustments for GST transitional years. Also contains application provisions. Reps: Intro. 4/12/03; Passed 19/2/04 2nd reading amendment: 1 Opp/negatived Senate: Intro. 1/3/04; Passed 9/3/04 SBC report 2/04 (tabled 
  • Final House Bills List for 2004 (41st Parliament)

    Date
    20/12/2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 20th December 2004 (Final for 2004) 41st PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2004 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2004 — 73 (Including 10 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Customs) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—Excise) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 A New Tax System (G oods and Services Tax Imposition (Recipients)—General) 2004 8/12 8/12 9/12 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 2) 2004 E 17/11 B 1/12 2/12 6/12 13/12 139 AusLink (National Land Transport) 2004 9/12 AusLink (National La nd Transport—Consequential and Transitional Provisions) 2004 9/12  
  • Senate Bills List for 2004 to prorogation of the 40th Parliament

    Date
    12/10/2004 
    Chamber
    Senate 
    Summary
    AS AT 12 OCTOBER 2004 This is a final list of all bills considered by the Parliament for the 2004 calendar year to prorogation of the 40th Parliament Abbreviations ADAustralian Democrats [Dem] AGAustralian Greens ALPAustralian Labor Party [Opp] APAAustralian Progressive Alliance IndIndependent LPLiberal Party of Australia [Govt] NATS The Nationals [Govt] PHONPauline Hanson’s One Nation CIDConsideration in Detail stage (House of Representatives) PMPrivate Member’s bill PSPrivate Senat or’s bill RRestored to Notice Paper SSenate bill SBCSelection of Bills Committee A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Bill 2003 (Act citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment Act 2004) Amends the A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Act 1999 in relation to: accounting by the Commissioner of Taxation for all Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds; the timing of final determinations; and introduction of a mechanism for residual Budget Balancing Assistance adjustments for GST transitional years. Also contains application provisions. Reps: Intro. 4/12/03; Passed 19/2/04 2nd reading amendment: 1 Opp/negatived Senate: Intro. 1/3/04; Passed 9/3/04 SBC report 2/04 (tabled and adopted 3/3/04): No reference Assent: 23/3/04; Act No. 

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