Bills Lists

TOTAL RESULTS: 45

  • Final House Bills List for 2009

    Date
    15/12/2009 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at 15 December 2009 (Final for 2009) 42nd PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2008-09 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2008 — 203 (Including 12 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2009 — 226 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Access to Justice (Civil Litigation Reforms) Amendment 2009B 22/6 1 9/9 10/9 27/10A 2 4/12 117 ACIS Administration Amendment 2009 24/6 20/8 7/9 14/9 29/9 94 ACIS Administration Amendment (Application) 2009 18/11 24/11 26/11 26/11 15/12 136 Amendments Incorporation Amendment 2008 Z 12/2 Appropriation (Nation Building and Jobs) (No. 1) 2008-2009 4/2 4/2 5/2 3 3°negatived 12/2 Appropriation (Nation Building and Jobs) (No. 1) 2008-2009 [No. 2] 12/2 12/2 12/2M 12/2M 18/2 1 Appropriation (Nation Building and Jobs) 
  • Final House Bills List for 2008

    Date
    23/12/2008 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at 23 December 2008 (Final for 2008) 4 2nd PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2008 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 200 8 — 203 (Including 12 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senat e Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Luxury Car Tax Imposition—Customs) Amendment 2008 26/5 28/5 16/6 1 , 2 23/9 3/10 98 A New Tax System (Luxury Car Tax Imposition—Excise) Amendment 2008 26/5 28/5 16/6 3 , 4 23/9 3/10 99 A New Tax System (Lu xury Car Tax Imposition—General) Amendment 2008 26/5 28/5 16/6 5 , 6 23/9 3/10 100 Aged Care Amendment (2008 Measures No. 1) 2008 13/2 13/2 14/2 14/2 18/2 1 Aged Care Amendment (2008 Measures No. 2) 2008 16/10 7 B 26/11 26/11 4/12 9/12 140 Amendments Incorpo ration Amendment 2008 Z 12/2  
  • 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 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 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 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  
  • Final House Bills List for 2004 (40th Parliament)

    Date
    31/08/2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 31 August 2004 (Final for 40th Parliament) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 -03-04 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 — 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2003 — 174 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2004 — 150 (Including 6 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2004 ( Previous citation: A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2003 ) 4/12 19/2 1/3 9/3 23/3 21 Abolition of the Gold Travel Pass for Former Politicians (Reflecting Community Standards) 2003 PX (9/3) 18/8 Ab original and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2004 27/5 2/6 15/6 Administrative Appeals Tribunal Amendment 2004 11/8 Administrative 
  • Final House Bills List for 2003

    Date
    23/12/2003 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 23 December 2003 (Final for 2003) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 -03 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 - 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2003 - 174 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. A Better Future for Our Kids 2003 PX 26/5 A New Tax System (Commonwealth-State Financial Arrangements) Amendment 2003 4/12 Abolition of the Gold Travel Pass for Former Politicians (Reflecting Community Standards) 2003P 18/8 Aboriginal Land Grant (Jervis Bay Territory) Amendment 2003 17/9 B 27/11 28/11 4/12 17/12 146 ACI S Administration Amendment 2003 25/6 B 1 8/9 9/9 16/9 14/10 96 Ac ts Interpretation Amendment (Court Procedures) 2003 5/6 B 17/6  
  • Final House Bills List for 2002

    Date
    19/12/2002 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at cob 19 December 2002 (Final for 2002) 40TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 2002 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 2002 - 254 (Including 9 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senat e Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2002 13/3 B 15/5 16/5 20/6A 1 27/6 40 Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment 2002 E 19/9 B 16/10 17/10 23/10 10/11 99 ACIS Administration Amendment 2002E 22/8 B 19/9 23/9 26/9 10/10 83 Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Legislation Amendment 2002 12/12 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 1) 2002 29/5 2 Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Legislation Amendment (No. 2) 2002 12/12 Airports Amendment 2002 14/2 3 Discharged 15/5  
  • Final House Bills List for 2001

    Date
    8/10/2001 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Summary
    As at noon 8 October 2001 (Final for 39th Parliament) 39TH PARLIAMENT - 1ST SESSION - 1998-1999-2000-2001 BILLS INITIATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Bills introduced in 1998 - 103 (Including 8 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 1999 - 224 (Including 20 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2000 - 191 (Including 7 received from the Senate) Bills introduced in 2001 - 180 (Including 22 received from the Senate) Short Title Intro House Passed House Intro Senate Passed Senate Assent Date Act No. Abolition of Compulsory Age Retirement (Statutory Officeholders) 2001E 29/8B 26/9 26/9 27/9 1/10 159 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2001 (Previous citation : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Amendment 2000) 29/11 7/12 6/2 1/3 20/3 4 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Heritage Protection 1998 12/11 1 11/2 15/2 26/11A 2 Administrative Decisions (Effect of International Instruments) 1999 13/10 11/5 5/6 Administrative Review Tribunal 2000 

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A bill is a proposal for a law or a change to an existing law. A bill becomes law (an Act) when agreed to in identical form by both houses of Parliament and assented to by the Governor-General.

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