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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS ACT 1992


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Long Title

           Contents

           Part 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Purposes of Act
   3.      Act applies to all statutory instruments
   4.      Displacement of Act by contrary intention
   5.      Dictionary
   5A.     Act binds the State

           Part 2--Types of statutory instruments

           Division 1--General concepts

   6.      Meaning of instrument
   7.      Meaning of statutory instrument
   8.      Meaning of statutory rule
   9.      Meaning of subordinate legislation

           Division 2--Orders in council, proclamations and rules of court

   10.     Meaning of order in council
   11.     Meaning of proclamation
   12.     Meaning of rules of court

           Part 3--Provision relating to instruments

   13.     Power to do matter by instrument

           Part 4--Provisions relating to statutory instruments

           Division 1--Provisions of Acts Interpretation Act 1954 that apply to statutory instruments

   14.     Applicable provisions
   14A.    Modified application—s 6
   14B.    Modified application—s 14
   15.     Modified application—s 14B
   15A.    Modified application—section 14F
   16.     Modified application—s 27A
   17.     Modified application—s 36 and sch 1 (definition provision)
   18.     Modified application—s 49A

           Division 2--Provisions of Acts Interpretation Act 1954 that do not apply to statutory instruments

   19.     Non-applicable provisions

           Division 3--Other provisions applying to statutory instruments
           Subdivision 1--Making statutory instruments

   20.     Presumption of validity
   20A.    Regulation may be used instead of another type of subordinate legislation
   20B.    Correct year in statutory instrument's short title etc.
   20C.    Continuance etc. of statutory instruments made under amended provisions
           Subdivision 2--Whether statutory instruments within power
   21.     Statutory instrument to be interpreted not to exceed powers conferred by authorising law
   22.     Power to make statutory instrument under Act etc.
   23.     Statutory instrument may make provision by applying another document
   23A.    Statutory instrument may make provision in relation to land by reference to map, plan or register
   24.     Statutory instrument may be of general or limited application
   25.     Statutory instrument may make different provision for different categories
   26.     Statutory instrument may authorise determination etc. by specified person etc.
   27.     Statutory instrument may prohibit
   28.     Relationship between authorising law and statutory instrument concerning the same matter
   29.     Statutory instrument may provide review
   30.     Statutory instrument may require verification of form etc.
   30A.    Reasonable cost etc. may be prescribed as fee
   30B.    Statutory instrument may exempt from fee
   31.     Statutory instruments purporting to be made under a particular power
           Subdivision 3--Commencement of statutory instruments
   32.     Prospective commencement
   33.     Commencement of citation and commencement provisions
   34.     Beneficial retrospective commencement
   35.     Subdivision does not apply until necessary Governor or Governor in Council action taken
           Subdivision 4--Terms and references in statutory instruments
   37.     Words and expressions
   38.     References to certain instruments
   39.     Reference to enactment etc. of Acts
           Subdivision 5--Miscellaneous
   39A.    Automatic repeal of commencement instrument

           Part 6--Procedures after making of subordinate legislation

           Division 1--Notification

   47.     Notification

           Division 2--Tabling in Legislative Assembly

   49.     Subordinate legislation must be tabled

           Division 3--Disallowance procedures

   50.     Disallowance

           Division 4--General

   51.     Limited saving of operation of subordinate legislation that ceases to have effect
   52.     Other notification, gazettal, tabling or disallowance provisions of no effect

           Part 7--Staged automatic expiry of subordinate legislation

   53.     Purposes of part
   54.     When subordinate legislation expires
   55.     Notice by parliamentary counsel of impending expiry
   56.     Exemptions from expiry—uniform subordinate legislation
   56A.    Exemptions from expiry—other subordinate legislation
   57.     Part does not apply to some subordinate legislation

           Part 9--Miscellaneous

   59.     Regulation-making power

           Part 10--Transitional

           Division 1--Transitional provision for Act No. 83 of 1994

   62.     Transitional provisions about expiry of amending subordinate legislation

           Division 2--Transitional provision for Statutory Instruments and Another Act Amendment Act 1999

   62A.    Transitional provisions for exemptions

           Division 3--Transitional provisions for Treasury and Trade and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2013

   63.     Tabling of subordinate legislation
   64.     Notice of impending expiry
           SCHEDULE 1 -- PROVISIONS OF ACTS INTERPRETATION ACT 1954 THAT APPLY TO STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
           SCHEDULE 1A -- STATUTORY RULES THAT ARE NOT SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION
           SCHEDULE 2 -- PROVISIONS OF ACTS INTERPRETATION ACT 1954 THAT DO NOT APPLY TO STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
           SCHEDULE 2A -- SUBORDINATE LEGISLATION TO WHICH PART 7 DOES NOT APPLY
           SCHEDULE 3 -- DICTIONARY
           Endnotes


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