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  • Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1999

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    30 Mar 1999 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs portfolio 

    Bill

  • Access to Justice (Family Court Restructure and Other Measures) Bill 2010

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    24 Jun 2010 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General 
    Summary
    Amends: the
    Family Law Act 1975
    to restructure the Family Court of Australia by creating the Appellate and Superior Division and the General Division; the
    Federal Magistrates Act 1999
    to: remove family law from the jurisdiction of the court; and transfer a number of procedural processes from the court to the General Division of the Family Court; 16 Acts consequent on the restructure of the Family Court; and the
    Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
    to enable regulations to be made to impose fees on certain agencies to be imposed at any stage in proceedings. Also makes transitional arrangements. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • Adelaide Airport Curfew Bill 1998

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    29 Jun 1998 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Sponsor
     

    Bill

  • Administrative Appeals Tribunal Amendment (Review of Decisions) Bill 2004

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    Date
    09 Aug 2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Sponsor
     
    Summary
    Amends the
    Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
    to clarify the capacity of a member of a parliament or a legislative assembly to apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of a decision, on behalf of their local community. 

    Bill

  • Administrative Appeals Tribunal Amendment Bill 2004

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    Date
    11 Aug 2004 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General 
    Summary
    Amends the
    Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
    to reform the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), particularly in relation to: AAT procedures; removal of restrictions on the constitution of the AAT for particular hearings; increased powers for ordinary members; role of the Federal Court; and expanded qualification requirements for appointment as President. Also makes consequential and related amendments to 18 other Acts and contains application and transitional provisions. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • Administrative Decisions (Effect of International Instruments) Bill 1997

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    18 Jun 1997 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General portfolio 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • Administrative Decisions (Effect of International Instruments) Bill 1999

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    13 Oct 1999 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General 
    Summary
    Responds to the High Court decision in
    Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs v Teoh
    by providing the necessary statutory indication to ensure that entry into a treaty by the Australian Government does not give rise to a legitimate expectation in administrative law that the Government will act in accordance with the treaty, which could form the basis for challenge. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • Administrative Review Tribunal (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2000

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    Date
    12 Oct 2000 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General 
    Summary
    Further to the
    Administrative Review Tribunal Bill 2000
    , the bill: abolishes the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), Social Security Appeals Tribunal, Migration Review Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal; repeals the
    Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
    ; amends: 182 Acts to replace references to the AAT with references to the Administrative Review Tribunal (ART); 138 Acts to replace references to the
    Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975
    with references to the proposed
    Administrative Review Tribunal Act 2000
    ; 5 Acts to provide procedures to be followed by the ART in reviewing certain decisions;
    Federal Court of Australia Act 1976
    to enable certain interlocutory and procedural matters to be dealt with by a single judge; and makes consequential amendments to 125 Acts. Also contains application and transitional provisions. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • Administrative Review Tribunal Bill 2000

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    26 Jun 2000 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Attorney-General 
    Summary
    Establishes the Administrative Review Tribunal which will replace the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Social Security Appeals Tribunal, the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal. Also establishes the Administrative Review Council. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

  • African Development Bank Bill 2013

    Track (What's this?)

    Date
    30 May 2013 
    Chamber
    House of Representatives 
    Status
    Not Proceeding 
    Portfolio
    Treasury 
    Summary
    Enables Australia to become a member of the African Development Bank Group by authorising the payments required to subscribe to membership shares in the African Development Bank and meet membership and ongoing subscriptions to the African Development Fund. 

    Bill | Explanatory Memorandum

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