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Question
No.
Senator Date of
Question
Subject Date
Reply
Received
Hansard
Date
of Reply
Hansard
Page No.
of Reply
Elapsed
Time
(days)

964

Ronaldson

24/11/2008

Administration—Reviews, inquiries and committees—Staffing

14/10/2009

26/10/2009

7165

324

and costs

1595

Cormann

22/05/2009

Superannuation—Salary sacrificing

14/10/2009

26/10/2009

7173

145

1597

Cormann

22/05/2009

Superannuation—Default funds—Increases in fees and charges

16/09/2009

17/09/2009

6951

117

1807

Abetz

16/06/2009

Administration—Hospitality—Spending since 24 November 2007

24/09/2009

27/10/2009

7327

100

1933

Barnett

02/07/2009

Administration—Staff, hospitality, plants, water coolers,

14/10/2009

27/10/2009

7365

104

television subscriptions and government credit cards

1980

Abetz

21/07/2009

Portable water supplies—Amount spent in the 2008-09 financial

14/10/2009

28/10/2009

7519

85

year

2017

Abetz

21/07/2009

Administration—Media training undertaken since 24 November

17/09/2009

28/10/2009

7520

58

2007

2151

Ronaldson

10/09/2009

Administration—Ministerial letterhead and postage—Costs to

07/12/2009

02/02/2010

175

88

the department

2188

Ronaldson

14/09/2009

Administration—2008-09 financial year—Resources provided

17/12/2009

02/02/2010

188

94

by the home department

2239

Abetz

16/09/2009

Administration—Ministers/Parliamentary Secretaries—Websites

07/12/2009

02/02/2010

202

82

2835

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Administration and regulation of

33

recovery procedures

2836

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Procedures required before

33

enforcing securities

2837

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Entering into possession

33

2838

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Recovery procedures of securities

33

2839

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Recovery procedures of securities

33

2840

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Monitoring of loans

33

2841

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Evaluation and documentation of

33

secured liability offers

2842

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Training of bank staff

33

2843

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Training of bank staff

33

2844

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Training of bank staff

33

2845

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Costs incurred with the sale of assets

33

or property

2846

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Costs incurred with the sale of assets

33

or property

2847

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Supervision of recovery process

33

2848

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Independent monitoring of recovery

33

activities of banks

2849

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Code of conduct for the recovery of

33

securities

2850

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Quality control on recovery

33

procedures

2851

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Remuneration of bank staff

33

2852

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Remuneration of bank staff

33

2853

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Customer guarantee procedures

33

2854

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Use of ‘all Monies clause’

33

2855

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Applying recovered funds to loans

33

2856

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Funds recovery assistance

33

2857

Johnston

16/06/2010

Finance—Banking industry—Defaulting loans loss

33

2858

B. Brown

16/06/2010

Finance—Reforms to insolvency laws

33

2883

Humphries

17/06/2010

Administration—Departmental and agency accommodation—

32

Estimation of future requirements

2906

B. Brown

23/06/2010

Finance—Australian Securities and Investments Commission—

26

Timberwolf

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