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HEALTH PRACTITIONER REGULATION NATIONAL LAW ACT 2009


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Contents

           Part 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement
   3.      Definitions

           Part 2--Adoption of Health Practitioner Regulation National Law

   4.      Application of Health Practitioner Regulation National Law
   5.      Meaning of generic terms in Health Practitioner Regulation National Law for purposes of this jurisdiction
   6.      Responsible tribunal for Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Queensland)
   7.      Exclusion of legislation of this jurisdiction
   7A.     Co-regulatory jurisdiction
   7B.     Co-regulatory authority
   7C.     Adjudication body

           Part 3--Provisions specific to this jurisdiction

   8.      Police commissioner may give criminal history information
   9.      Review of decision by QCAT as responsible tribunal
   9A.     Transitional regulation-making power
   10.     Repeal

           Part 4--Modifications of National Law provisions

   11.     Meaning of National Law provisions
   12.     Operation of pt 4
   13.     Insertion of new s 3A
   14.     Amendment of s 4 (How functions to be exercised)
   15.     Amendment of s 5 (Definitions)
   16.     Amendment of s 11 (Policy directions)
   17.     Amendment of s 19 (Function of Advisory Council)
   18.     Amendment of s 25 (Functions of National Agency)
   19.     Insertion of new s 26A
   20.     Amendment of s 35 (Functions of National Boards)
   21.     Amendment of s 138 (Part applicable to persons formerly registered under this Law)
   22.     Amendment of s 139 (Part applicable to persons formerly registered under corresponding prior Act in certain circumstances)
   23.     Insertion of new s 139A
   24.     Insertion of new s 139B
   25.     Amendment of s 141 (Mandatory notifications by health practitioners)
   26.     Amendment of s 142 (Mandatory notifications by employers)
   27.     Amendment of s 143 (Mandatory notifications by education providers)
   28.     Insertion of new s 143A
   29.     Amendment of s 144 (Grounds for voluntary notification)
   30.     Amendment of s 145 (Who may make voluntary notification)
   31.     Replacement of pt 8, div 4, hdg
   32.     Replacement of s 146 (How notification is made)
   33.     Omission of s 147 (National Agency to provide reasonable assistance to notifier)
   34.     Replacement of pt 8, div 5 (Preliminary assessment)
   35.     Replacement of ss 153 and 154
   36.     Amendment of s 160 (When investigation may be conducted)
   37.     Amendment of s 161 (Registered health practitioner or student to be given notice of investigation)
   38.     Amendment of s 169 (Requirement for health assessment)
   39.     Amendment of s 170 (Requirement for performance assessment)
   40.     Amendment of s 177 (Decision by National Board)
   41.     Amendment of s 178 (National Board may take action)
   42.     Amendment of s 180 (Notice to be given to health practitioner or student and notifier)
   43.     Amendment of s 181 (Establishment of health panel)
   44.     Amendment of s 182 (Establishment of performance and professional standards panel)
   45.     Amendment of s 183 (List of approved persons for appointment to panels)
   46.     Amendment of s 187 (Submission by notifier)
   47.     Replacement of s 190 (Referral to responsible tribunal)
   48.     Amendment of s 191 (Decision of panel)
   49.     Amendment of s 192 (Notice to be given about panel's decision)
   50.     Replacement of pt 8, div 12, hdg and ss 193–195
   51.     Amendment of s 198 (Relationship with Act establishing responsible tribunal)
   52.     Omission of ss 201–203
   53.     Amendment of s 204 (Notice from adjudication body)
   54.     Amendment of s 206 (National Board to give notice to registered health practitioner's employer)
   55.     Insertion of new ss 206A and 206B
   56.     Amendment of s 231 (Other records to be kept by National Boards)
   57.     Insertion of new pt 13
           SCHEDULE -- HEALTH PRACTITIONER REGULATION NATIONAL LAW

           Part 1--Preliminary
           1. Short title
           2. Commencement
           3. Objectives and guiding principles
           4. How functions to be exercised
           5. Definitions
           6. Interpretation generally
           7. Single national entity
           8. Extraterritorial operation of Law
           9. Trans-Tasman mutual recognition principle
           10. Law binds the State

           Part 2--Ministerial Council
           11. Policy directions
           12. Approval of registration standards
           13. Approvals in relation to specialist registration
           14. Approval of endorsement in relation to scheduled medicines
           15. Approval of areas of practice for purposes of endorsement
           16. How Ministerial Council exercises functions
           17. Notification and publication of directions and approvals

           Part 3--Australian Health Workforce Advisory Council
           18. Establishment of Advisory Council
           19. Function of Advisory Council
           20. Publication of advice
           21. Powers of Advisory Council
           22. Membership of Advisory Council

           Part 4--Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

           Division 1--National Agency
           23. National Agency
           24. General powers of National Agency
           25. Functions of National Agency
           26. Health profession agreements
           27. Co-operation with participating jurisdictions and Commonwealth
           28. Office of National Agency

           Division 2--Agency Management Committee
           29. Agency Management Committee
           30. Functions of Agency Management Committee

           Part 5--National Boards

           Division 1--National Boards
           31. Establishment of National Boards
           32. Powers of National Board
           33. Membership of National Boards
           34. Eligibility for appointment

           Division 2--Functions of National Boards
           35. Functions of National Boards
           36. State and Territory Boards
           37. Delegation of functions

           Division 3--Registration standards and codes and guidelines
           38. National board must develop registration standards
           39. Codes and guidelines
           40. Consultation about registration standards, codes and guidelines
           41. Use of registration standards, codes or guidelines in disciplinary proceedings

           Part 6--Accreditation

           Division 1--Preliminary
           42. Definition

           Division 2--Accreditation authorities
           43. Accreditation authority to be decided
           44. National Agency may enter into contracts with external accreditation entities
           45. Accreditation processes to be published

           Division 3--Accreditation functions
           46. Development of accreditation standards
           47. Approval of accreditation standards
           48. Accreditation of programs of study
           49. Approval of accredited programs of study
           50. Accreditation authority to monitor approved programs of study
           51. Changes to approval of program of study

           Part 7--Registration of health practitioners

           Division 1--General registration
           52. Eligibility for general registration
           53. Qualifications for general registration
           54. Examination or assessment for general registration
           55. Unsuitability to hold general registration
           56. Period of general registration

           Division 2--Specialist registration

   57.     Eligibility for specialist registration
   58.     Qualifications for specialist registration
   59.     Examination or assessment for specialist registration
   60.     Unsuitability to hold specialist registration
   61.     Period of specialist registration

           Division 3--Provisional registration

   62.     Eligibility for provisional registration
   63.     Unsuitability to hold provisional registration
   64.     Period of provisional registration

           Division 4--Limited registration

   65.     Eligibility for limited registration
   66.     Limited registration for postgraduate training or supervised practice
   67.     Limited registration for area of need
   68.     Limited registration in public interest
   69.     Limited registration for teaching or research
   70.     Unsuitability to hold limited registration
   71.     Limited registration not to be held for more than one purpose
   72.     Period of limited registration

           Division 5--Non-practising registration

   73.     Eligibility for non-practising registration
   74.     Unsuitability to hold non-practising registration
   75.     Registered health practitioner who holds non-practising registration must not practise the profession
   76.     Period of non-practising registration

           Division 6--Application for registration

   77.     Application for registration
   78.     Power to check applicant's proof of identity
   79.     Power to check applicant's criminal history
   80.     Boards' other powers before deciding application for registration
   81.     Applicant may make submissions about proposed refusal of application or imposition of condition
   82.     Decision about application
   83.     Conditions of registration
   84.     Notice to be given to applicant
   85.     Failure to decide application

           Division 7--Student registration
           Subdivision 1--Persons undertaking approved programs of study

   86.     Definitions
   87.     National Board must register persons undertaking approved program of study
   88.     National Board may ask education provider for list of persons undertaking approved program of study
   89.     Registration of students
   90.     Period of student registration
           Subdivision 2--Other persons to be registered as students
   91.     Education provider to provide lists of persons
           Subdivision 3--General provisions applicable to students
   92.     Notice to be given if student registration suspended or condition imposed
   93.     Report to National Board of cessation of status as student

           Division 8--Endorsement of registration
           Subdivision 1--Endorsement in relation to scheduled medicines

   94.     Endorsement for scheduled medicines
           Subdivision 2--Endorsement in relation to nurse practitioners
   95.     Endorsement as nurse practitioner
           Subdivision 3--Endorsement in relation to midwife practitioners
   96.     Endorsement as midwife practitioner
           Subdivision 4--Endorsement in relation to acupuncture
   97.     Endorsement for acupuncture
           Subdivision 5--Endorsements in relation to approved areas of practice
   98.     Endorsement for approved area of practice
           Subdivision 6--Application for endorsement
   99.     Application for endorsement
   100.    Boards' other powers before deciding application for endorsement
   101.    Applicant may make submissions about proposed refusal of application or imposition of condition
   102.    Decision about application
   103.    Conditions of endorsement
   104.    Notice of decision to be given to applicant
   105.    Period of endorsement
   106.    Failure to decide application for endorsement

           Division 9--Renewal of registration

   107.    Application for renewal of registration or endorsement
   108.    Registration taken to continue in force
   109.    Annual statement
   110.    National Board's powers before making decision
   111.    Applicant may make submissions about proposed refusal of application for renewal or imposition of condition
   112.    Decision about application for renewal

           Division 10--Title and practice protections
           Subdivision 1--Title protections

   113.    Restriction on use of protected titles
   114.    Use of title "acupuncturist"
   115.    Restriction on use of specialist titles
   116.    Claims by persons as to registration as health practitioner
   117.    Claims by persons as to registration in particular profession or division
   118.    Claims by persons as to specialist registration
   119.    Claims about type of registration or registration in recognised specialty
   120.    Registered health practitioner registered on conditions
           Subdivision 2--Practice protections
   121.    Restricted dental acts
   122.    Restriction on prescription of optical appliances
   123.    Restriction on spinal manipulation

           Division 11--Miscellaneous
           Subdivision 1--Certificates of registration

   124.    Issue of certificate of registration
           Subdivision 2--Review of conditions and undertakings
   125.    Changing or removing conditions or undertaking on application by registered health practitioner or student
   126.    Changing conditions on Board's initiative
   127.    Removal of condition or revocation of undertaking
           Subdivision 3--Obligations of registered health practitioners and students
   128.    Continuing professional development
   129.    Professional indemnity insurance arrangements
   130.    Registered health practitioner or student to give National Board notice of certain events
   131.    Change in principal place of practice, address or name
   132.    National Board may ask registered health practitioner for employer's details
           Subdivision 4--Advertising
   133.    Advertising
           Subdivision 5--Board's powers to check identity and criminal history
   134.    Evidence of identity
   135.    Criminal history check
           Subdivision 6--General
   136.    Directing or inciting unprofessional conduct or professional misconduct
   137.    Surrender of registration

           Part 8--Health, performance and conduct

           Division 1--Preliminary

   138.    Part applicable to persons formerly registered under this Law
   139.    Part applicable to persons formerly registered under corresponding prior Act in certain circumstances

           Division 2--Mandatory notifications

   140.    Definition of notifiable conduct
   141.    Mandatory notifications by health practitioners
   142.    Mandatory notifications by employers
   143.    Mandatory notifications by education providers

           Division 3--Voluntary notifications

   144.    Grounds for voluntary notification
   145.    Who may make voluntary notification

           Division 4--Making a notification

   146.    How notification is made
   147.    National Agency to provide reasonable assistance to notifier

           Division 5--Preliminary assessment

   148.    Referral of notification to National Board or co-regulatory authority
   149.    Preliminary assessment
   150.    Relationship with health complaints entity
   151.    When National Board may decide to take no further action
   152.    National Board to give notice of receipt of notification

           Division 6--Other matters

   153.    National Board may deal with notifications about same person together
   154.    National Boards may deal with notifications collaboratively

           Division 7--Immediate action

   155.    Definition
   156.    Power to take immediate action
   157.    Show cause process
   158.    Notice to be given to registered health practitioner or student about immediate action
   159.    Period of immediate action

           Division 8--Investigations
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   160.    When investigation may be conducted
   161.    Registered health practitioner or student to be given notice of investigation
   162.    Investigation to be conducted in timely way
           Subdivision 2--Investigators
   163.    Appointment of investigators
   164.    Identity card
   165.    Display of identity card
           Subdivision 3--Procedure after investigation
   166.    Investigator's report about investigation
   167.    Decision by National Board

           Division 9--Health and performance assessments

   168.    Definition
   169.    Requirement for health assessment
   170.    Requirement for performance assessment
   171.    Appointment of assessor to carry out assessment
   172.    Notice to be given to registered health practitioner or student about assessment
   173.    Assessor may require information or attendance
   174.    Inspection of documents
   175.    Report from assessor
   176.    Copy of report to be given to health practitioner or student
   177.    Decision by National Board

           Division 10--Action by National Board

   178.    National Board may take action
   179.    Show cause process
   180.    Notice to be given to health practitioner or student and notifier

           Division 11--Panels

   181.    Establishment of health panel
   182.    Establishment of performance and professional standards panel
   183.    List of approved persons for appointment to panels
   184.    Notice to be given to registered health practitioner or student
   185.    Procedure of panel
   186.    Legal representation
   187.    Submission by notifier
   188.    Panel may proceed in absence of registered health practitioner or student
   189.    Hearing not open to the public
   190.    Referral to responsible tribunal
   191.    Decision of panel
   192.    Notice to be given about panel's decision

           Division 12--Referring matter to responsible tribunals

   193.    Matters to be referred to responsible tribunal
   194.    Parties to the proceedings
   195.    Costs
   196.    Decision by responsible tribunal about registered health practitioner
   197.    Decision by responsible tribunal about student
   198.    Relationship with Act establishing responsible tribunal

           Division 13--Appeals

   199.    Appellable decisions
   200.    Parties to the proceedings
   201.    Costs
   202.    Decision
   203.    Relationship with Act establishing responsible tribunal

           Division 14--Miscellaneous

   204.    Notice from adjudication body
   205.    Implementation of decisions
   206.    National Board to give notice to registered health practitioner's employer
   207.    Effect of suspension

           Part 9--Finance

   208.    Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Fund
   209.    Payments into Agency Fund
   210.    Payments out of Agency Fund
   211.    Investment of money in Agency Fund
   212.    Financial management duties of National Agency and National Boards

           Part 10--Information and privacy

           Division 1--Privacy

   213.    Application of Commonwealth Privacy Act

           Division 2--Disclosure of information and confidentiality

   214.    Definition
   215.    Application of Commonwealth FOI Act
   216.    Duty of confidentiality
   217.    Disclosure of information for workforce planning
   218.    Disclosure of information for information management and communication purposes
   219.    Disclosure of information to other Commonwealth, State and Territory entities
   220.    Disclosure to protect health or safety of patients or other persons
   221.    Disclosure to registration authorities

           Division 3--Registers in relation to registered health practitioner

   222.    National Registers
   223.    Specialists Registers
   224.    Way registers are to be kept
   225.    Information to be recorded in National Register
   226.    National Board may decide not to include or to remove certain information in register
   227.    Register about former registered health practitioners
   228.    Inspection of registers

           Division 4--Student registers

   229.    Student registers
   230.    Information to be recorded in student register

           Division 5--Other records

   231.    Other records to be kept by National Boards
   232.    Record of adjudication decisions to be kept and made publicly available

           Division 6--Unique identifier

   233.    Unique identifier to be given to each registered health practitioner

           Part 11--Miscellaneous

           Division 1--Provisions relating to persons exercising functions under Law

   234.    General duties of persons exercising functions under this Law
   235.    Application of Commonwealth Ombudsman Act
   236.    Protection from personal liability for persons exercising functions
   237.    Protection from liability for persons making notification or otherwise providing information

           Division 2--Inspectors

   238.    Functions and powers of inspectors
   239.    Appointment of inspectors
   240.    Identity card
   241.    Display of identity card

           Division 3--Legal proceedings

   242.    Proceedings for offences
   243.    Conduct may constitute offence and be subject of disciplinary proceedings
   244.    Evidentiary certificates

           Division 4--Regulations

   245.    National regulations
   246.    Parliamentary scrutiny of national regulations
   247.    Effect of disallowance of national regulation

           Division 5--Miscellaneous

   248.    Combined notice may be given
   249.    Fees

           Part 12--Transitional provisions

           Division 1--Preliminary

   250.    Definitions
   251.    References to registered health practitioners

           Division 2--Ministerial Council

   252.    Directions given by Ministerial council
   253.    Accreditation functions exercised by existing accreditation entities
   254.    Health profession standards approved by Ministerial Council
   255.    Accreditation standards approved by National Board

           Division 3--Advisory Council

   256.    Members of Advisory Council

           Division 4--National Agency

   257.    Health profession agreements
   258.    Service agreement

           Division 5--Agency Management Committee

   259.    Members of Agency Management Committee

           Division 6--Staff, consultants and contractors of National Agency

   260.    Chief executive officer
   261.    Staff
   262.    Consultants and contractors

           Division 7--Reports

   263.    Annual report

           Division 8--National Boards

   264.    Members of National Boards
   265.    Committees
   266.    Delegation

           Division 9--Agency Fund

   267.    Agency Fund

           Division 10--Offences

   268.    Offences

           Division 11--Registration

   269.    General registration
   270.    Specialist registration
   271.    Provisional registration
   272.    Limited registration
   273.    Limited registration (public interest-occasional practice)
   274.    Non-practising registration
   275.    Registration for existing registered students
   276.    Registration for new students
   277.    Other registrations
   278.    Endorsements
   279.    Conditions imposed on registration or endorsement
   280.    Expiry of registration and endorsement
   281.    Protected titles for certain specialist health practitioners
   282.    First renewal of registration or endorsement
   283.    Programs of study
   284.    Exemption from requirement for professional indemnity insurance arrangements for midwives practising private midwifery

           Division 12--Applications for registration and endorsement

   285.    Applications for registration
   286.    Applications for endorsement
   287.    Disqualifications and conditions relevant to applications for registration

           Division 13--Complaints, notifications and disciplinary proceedings

   288.    Complaints and notifications made but not being dealt with on participation day
   289.    Complaints and notifications being dealt with on participation day
   290.    Effect of suspension
   291.    Undertakings and other agreements
   292.    Orders
   293.    List of approved persons

           Division 14--Local registration authority

   294.    Definition
   295.    Assets and liabilities
   296.    Records relating to registration and accreditation
   297.    Financial and administrative records
   298.    Pharmacy businesses and premises
   299.    Members of local registration authority

           Division 15--Staged commencement for certain health professions

   300.    Application of Law to relevant health profession between commencement and 1 July 2012
   301.    Ministerial Council may appoint external accreditation entity
   302.    Application of Law to appointment of first National Board for relevant professions
   303.    Qualifications for general registration in relevant profession
   304.    Relationship with other provisions of Law

           Division 16--Savings and transitional regulations

   305.    Savings and transitional regulations
           SCHEDULE 1 -- CONSTITUTION AND PROCEDURE OF ADVISORY COUNCIL

           Part 1--General
           1. Definitions

           Part 2--Constitution
           2. Terms of office of members
           3. Remuneration
           4. Vacancy in office of member
           5. Extension of term of office during vacancy in membership
           6. Disclosure of conflict of interest

           Part 3--Procedure
           7. General procedure
           8. Quorum
           9. Presiding member
           10. Transaction of business outside meetings or by telecommunication
           11. First meeting
           SCHEDULE 2 -- AGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

           Part 1--General
           1. Definitions

           Part 2--Constitution
           2. Terms of office of members
           3. Remuneration
           4. Vacancy in office of member
           5. Vacancies to be advertised
           6. Extension of term of office during vacancy in membership
           7. Members to act in public interest
           8. Disclosure of conflict of interest

           Part 3--Procedure
           9. General procedure
           10. Quorum
           11. Chief executive officer may attend meetings
           12. Presiding member
           13. Voting
           14. Transaction of business outside meetings or by telecommunication
           15. First meeting
           16. Defects in appointment of members
           SCHEDULE 3 -- NATIONAL AGENCY

           Part 1--Chief executive officer
           1. Chief executive officer
           2. Functions of chief executive officer
           3. Delegation and subdelegation by chief executive officer
           4. Vacancy in office

           Part 2--Staff, consultants and contractors
           5. Staff of National Agency
           6. Staff seconded to National Agency
           7. Consultants and contractors

           Part 3--Reporting obligations
           8. Annual report
           9. Reporting by National Boards
           SCHEDULE 4 -- NATIONAL BOARDS

           Part 1--General
           1. Definitions

           Part 2--Constitution
           2. Terms of office of members
           3. Remuneration
           4. Vacancy in office of member
           5. Vacancies to be advertised
           6. Extension of term of office during vacancy in membership
           7. Members to act in public interest
           8. Disclosure of conflict of interest

           Part 3--Functions and powers
           9. Requirement to consult other National Boards
           10. Boards may obtain assistance
           11. Committees

           Part 4--Procedure
           12. General procedure
           13. Quorum
           14. Presiding member
           15. Voting
           16. Transaction of business outside meetings or by telecommunication
           17. First meeting
           18. Defects in appointment of members
           SCHEDULE 5 -- INVESTIGATORS

           Part 1--Power to obtain information
           1. Powers of investigators
           2. Offence for failing to produce information or attend before investigator
           3. Inspection of documents

           Part 2--Power to enter places
           4. Entering places
           5. Application for warrant
           6. Issue of warrant
           7. Application by electronic communication
           8. Procedure before entry under warrant
           9. Powers after entering places
           10. Offences for failing to comply with requirement under clause 9
           11. Seizure of evidence
           12. Securing seized things
           13. Receipt for seized things
           14. Forfeiture of seized thing
           15. Dealing with forfeited things
           16. Return of seized things
           17. Access to seized things

           Part 3--General matters
           18. Damage to property
           19. Compensation
           20. False or misleading information
           21. False or misleading documents
           22. Obstructing investigators
           23. Impersonation of investigators
           SCHEDULE 6 -- INSPECTORS

           Part 1--Power to obtain information
           1. Powers of inspectors
           2. Offence for failing to produce information or attend before inspector
           3. Inspection of documents

           Part 2--Power to enter places
           4. Entering places
           5. Application for warrant
           6. Issue of warrant
           7. Application by electronic communication
           8. Procedure before entry under warrant
           9. Powers after entering places
           10. Offences for failing to comply with requirement under clause 9
           11. Seizure of evidence
           12. Securing seized things
           13. Receipt for seized things
           14. Forfeiture of seized thing
           15. Dealing with forfeited things
           16. Return of seized things
           17. Access to seized things

           Part 3--General matters
           18. Damage to property
           19. Compensation
           20. False or misleading information
           21. False or misleading documents
           22. Obstructing inspectors
           23. Impersonation of inspectors
           SCHEDULE 7 -- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS RELATING TO INTERPRETATION

           Part 1--Preliminary
           1. Displacement of Schedule by contrary intention

           Part 2--General
           2. Law to be construed not to exceed legislative power of Legislature
           3. Every section to be a substantive enactment
           4. Material that is, and is not, part of this Law
           5. References to particular Acts and to enactments
           6. References taken to be included in Act or Law citation etc
           7. Interpretation best achieving Law's purpose
           8. Use of extrinsic material in interpretation
           9. Effect of change of drafting practice and use of examples
           10. Use of examples
           11. Compliance with forms

           Part 3--Terms and references
           12. Definitions
           13. Provisions relating to defined terms and gender and number
           14. Meaning of "may" and "must" etc
           15. Words and expressions used in statutory instruments
           16. Effect of express references to bodies corporate and individuals
           17. Production of records kept in computers etc
           18. References to this jurisdiction to be implied
           19. References to officers and holders of offices
           20. Reference to certain provisions of Law
           21. Reference to provisions of this Law or an Act is inclusive

           Part 4--Functions and powers
           22. Performance of statutory functions
           23. Power to make instrument or decision includes power to amend or repeal
           24. Matters for which statutory instruments may make provision
           25. Presumption of validity and power to make
           26. Appointments may be made by name or office
           27. Acting appointments
           28. Powers of appointment imply certain incidental powers
           29. Delegation of functions
           30. Exercise of powers between enactment and commencement

           Part 5--Distance, time and age
           31. Matters relating to distance, time and age

           Part 6--Effect of repeal, amendment or expiration
           32. Time of Law ceasing to have effect
           33. Repealed Law provisions not revived
           34. Saving of operation of repealed Law provisions
           35. Continuance of repealed provisions
           36. Law and amending Acts to be read as one

           Part 7--Instruments under Law
           37. Schedule applies to statutory instruments

           Part 8--Application to coastal sea
           38. Application
           Endnotes


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