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TRANSPORT ACCIDENT AMENDMENT BILL 2013

                 PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA

         Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013



                       TABLE OF PROVISIONS
Clause                                                                   Page
  1      Purpose                                                            1
  2      Commencement                                                       1
  3      Principal Act                                                      2
  4      Amendments relating to the extension of time for making a
         dependency claim for dependants under 18                           2
  5      Amendments relating to inclusion of occupational therapy as
         medical services                                                   2
  6      Amendment relating to the definition of transportation costs       3
  7      Amendment relating to incidents involving tram, train or bus
         doors                                                              4
  8      Amendments relating to the repeal of Part 2A                       4
  9      Amendment relating to Director's resignation                       4
  10     Amendment of section 39 (corresponding law)                        4
  11     Amendments of section 42 (definitions of law of a place
         outside Victoria and proceedings outside Victoria)                 5
  12     Amendments regarding person making a claim in their own
         right for common law damages for injury                            5
  13     Amendment of section 46A (accident-related impairment)             6
  14     Amendments relating to guidelines that modify or override the
         A.M.A Guides                                                       6
  15     Amendment of section 46A (diminution of hearing)                   7
  16     Amendment of section 60 (vocational rehabilitation services)       7
  17     Amendment of section 60 (increase of family counselling cap)       8
  18     Amendment of section 60 (funeral, burial and cremation
         expenses)                                                          8
  19     Amendment of section 60 (extension of period to claim for
         travel expenses to 24 weeks)                                       8
  20     Amendment of section 60 (travel expenses)                          9
  21     Amendments relating to reimbursement of medical reports            9
  22     Amendments relating to the indexation of client contribution
         towards daily living expenses when living in shared supported
         accommodation                                                     11
  23     Amendment of section 61A (individual funding agreements)          11
  24     Amendments relating to authority to release information           11
         67A      Authority to release information                         11
  25     Amendment of section 74 (cessation or review of liability to
         pay compensation in certain circumstances)                        12




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Clause Page 26 Amendment of section 93 (common law damages claims for mental injury due to injury or death of tortfeasor) 12 27 Amendments relating to serious injury applications 13 28 Amendment of section 120 (increasing the time limit for certain criminal prosecutions) 14 29 Amendments relating to employment enquiries under section 127 14 30 New Division 7 of Part 11 inserted 15 Division 7--Transport Accident Amendment Act 2013 15 206 Definitions 15 207 Amendments relating to the extension of time for making a dependency claim for dependents under 18 15 208 Amendments relating to inclusion of occupational therapy as medical services 15 209 Amendment relating to the definition of transportation costs 16 210 Amendment relating to incidents involving train, tram or bus doors 16 211 Amendment of section 39 (corresponding law) 16 212 Amendments of section 42 (definitions of law of a place outside Victoria and proceedings outside Victoria) 16 213 Amendments regarding person making a claim in their own right for common law damages for injury 16 214 Amendment of section 46A (accident-related impairment) 17 215 Amendment of section 46A (diminution of hearing) 17 216 Amendment of section 60 (vocational rehabilitation services) 17 217 Amendment of section 60 (increase of family counselling cap) 17 218 Amendment of section 60 (funeral, burial and cremation expenses) 17 219 Amendment of section 60 (extension of period to claim for travel expenses to 24 weeks) 18 220 Amendment of section 60 (travel expenses) 18 221 Amendments relating to reimbursement of medical reports 18 222 Amendment of section 61A (individual funding agreements) 18 223 Amendment of section 74 (cessation or review of liability to pay compensation in certain circumstances) 18 224 Amendment to section 93 (common law damages claims for mental injury due to injury or death of tortfeasor) 19 571214B.I-15/10/2013 ii BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Clause Page 225 Serious injury applications 19 226 Amendment of section 120 (increasing the time limit for certain criminal prosecutions) 19 31 Repeal of amending Act 20 ENDNOTES 21 571214B.I-15/10/2013 iii BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA Introduced in the Assembly Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 A Bill for an Act to make amendments to the Transport Accident Act 1986 to further improve the operation of that Act and for other purposes. The Parliament of Victoria enacts: 1 Purpose The main purpose of this Act is to make amendments to the Transport Accident Act 1986 to further improve the operation of that Act. 5 2 Commencement (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Act comes into operation on the day after the day on which it receives the Royal Assent. (2) Section 27 is taken to have come into operation on 10 16 October 2013. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 1 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 3 3 Principal Act See Act No. In this Act, the Transport Accident Act 1986 is 111/1986. Reprint No. 12 called the Principal Act. as at 1 July 2011 and amending Act Nos. 49/2010, 22/2012, 27/2012, 43/2012, 30/2013 and 55/2013. LawToday: www. legislation. vic.gov.au 4 Amendments relating to the extension of time for 5 making a dependency claim for dependants under 18 (1) In section 3(1) of the Principal Act, in the definition of dependent child, after "that person who" insert ", as at the time of death or injury of 10 that person". (2) In section 68(3)(a) of the Principal Act, after "is injured" insert "or who is a dependent child of a person who dies". 5 Amendments relating to inclusion of occupational 15 therapy as medical services (1) In section 3(1) of the Principal Act, in the definition of medical service, after paragraph (a) insert-- "(aa) attendance, examination or treatment by a 20 registered occupational therapist, where that attendance, examination or treatment is authorised in accordance with section 23; and". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 2 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 6 (2) After section 23(1)(a) of the Principal Act insert-- "(aaa) attendances, examinations or treatments by a registered occupational therapist; or". 5 (3) After section 71(3)(c) of the Principal Act insert-- "(ca) registered occupational therapist;". 6 Amendment relating to the definition of transportation costs 10 (1) In section 3(1) of the Principal Act insert the following definitions-- "RTO has the same meaning as it has in the Education and Training Reform Act 2006; TAFE institute has the same meaning as it has in 15 the Education and Training Reform Act 2006; university has the same meaning as it has in the Education and Training Reform Act 2006;". 20 (2) In section 3(1) of the Principal Act, for paragraph (d) of the definition of transportation costs substitute-- "(d) a school, university, TAFE institute or RTO by a student, including transportation costs 25 incurred by the student, or a parent or guardian of the student, in travelling to or from the school, university, TAFE institute or RTO where the student is unable to travel to or from the school, university, 30 TAFE institute or RTO by his or her usual pre-transport accident means because of injury sustained by the student in the transport accident;". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 3 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 7 7 Amendment relating to incidents involving tram, train or bus doors In section 3(1A) of the Principal Act-- (a) in paragraph (c), for "employment." 5 substitute "employment;"; (b) after paragraph (c) insert-- "(d) involving the opening or closing of a door of a bus, tram or railway train.". 8 Amendments relating to the repeal of Part 2A 10 (1) Section 13(3) of the Principal Act is repealed. (2) Sections 14(1)(c) and 14(3) of the Principal Act are repealed. (3) Sections 27(2)(fa) and 27(3)(ha) of the Principal Act are repealed. 15 (4) Part 2A of the Principal Act is repealed. 9 Amendment relating to Director's resignation In section 16(3)(d) of the Principal Act, for "Governor in Council" substitute "Minister". 10 Amendment of section 39 (corresponding law) 20 (1) In section 39(3)(b) of the Principal Act, after "Crimes Act 1958" insert "or a corresponding law". (2) After section 39(3) of the Principal Act insert-- "(4) For the purposes of this section, the Minister 25 may, by Order published in the Government Gazette, declare a law of another State or a Territory, including a law that has been repealed or has expired, to be a corresponding law for the purposes of this 30 section.". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 4 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 11 11 Amendments of section 42 (definitions of law of a place outside Victoria and proceedings outside Victoria) After section 42(5) of the Principal Act insert-- 5 "(6) In this section-- law of a place outside Victoria means a law of the Commonwealth, another State or a Territory; proceedings outside Victoria includes 10 proceedings under a law of the Commonwealth.". 12 Amendments regarding person making a claim in their own right for common law damages for injury (1) In section 46A(1A)(a) of the Principal Act, after 15 "a transport accident" insert "who has made a claim, other than a claim for payments under section 57, 58 or 59 or a claim for compensation under section 60(2A), (2C) or (2E) within the period of time provided by section 68 that has 20 been accepted by the Commission". (2) For section 47(7)(a) of the Principal Act substitute-- "(a) has made a claim, other than a claim for payments under section 57, 58 or 59 or 25 a claim for compensation under section 60(2A), (2C) or (2E) within the period of time provided by section 68 that has been accepted by the Commission; or". (3) In section 67(1) of the Principal Act, for 30 "Subject to subsection (3), a" substitute "A". (4) Section 67(1A) of the Principal Act is repealed. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 5 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 13 13 Amendment of section 46A (accident-related impairment) After section 46A(1E) of the Principal Act insert-- 5 "(1F) When determining the degree of impairment under this section, section 47(7) or section 47(7A), the Commission must-- (a) not include impairments resulting from injuries or causes that are unrelated to 10 the transport accident; and (b) in the case of a person who has an injury that existed before the transport accident that is aggravated by an injury that was the result of a transport 15 accident-- (i) in the case of a spinal injury, use the apportionment methodology set out in Chapter 3.3f of the A.M.A Guides; 20 (ii) in any other case, use the subtraction methodology set out in Chapter 2 of the A.M.A Guides.". 14 Amendments relating to guidelines that modify or override the A.M.A Guides 25 (1) In section 46A(2)(a)(i) of the Principal Act, for "(2A) and (2B)" substitute "(2A), (2B) and (2C)". (2) After section 46A(2B) of the Principal Act insert-- "(2C) The Commission may, with the approval of 30 the Minister, make a Guides Modification Document containing guidelines regarding the use and application of the A.M.A Guides for the purposes of this Act including but not limited to guidelines that-- 571214B.I-15/10/2013 6 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 15 (a) amend the A.M.A Guides; (b) provide for the application or interpretation of the A.M.A Guides, including provision for modified 5 application, or exclusion, of part or all of the A.M.A Guides; (c) substitute or replace part or all of the A.M.A Guides. (2D) A Guides Modification Document made 10 under subsection (2C) must be published in the Government Gazette as soon as practicable after it is approved by the Minister.". (3) In section 46A(6A) of the Principal Act, for 15 "subsection (6)" substitute "subsections (2C) and (6)". 15 Amendment of section 46A (diminution of hearing) In section 46A(4) of the Principal Act-- (a) in paragraph (a), for "shall be" substitute 20 "must be assessed as a binaural loss of hearing and"; (b) in paragraph (b), for "shall be" substitute "must be assessed as a binaural loss of hearing and". 25 16 Amendment of section 60 (vocational rehabilitation services) In section 60(2)(a) of the Principal Act, after "transportation costs" insert ", vocational rehabilitation services". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 7 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 17 17 Amendment of section 60 (increase of family counselling cap) (1) In section 60(2A)(a) of the Principal Act, for "$5000" substitute "$15 000". 5 (2) In section 61(2) of the Principal Act, after "$30 520," insert "$15 000,". 18 Amendment of section 60 (funeral, burial and cremation expenses) (1) In section 60(2A)(b) of the Principal Act, for 10 "burial or cremation" substitute "a funeral, burial, cremation, monument or any other expense declared by Order of the Governor in Council to be a prescribed expense for the purposes of this section, where the total amount of the expenses 15 does not exceed $14 135". (2) In section 61(2) of the Principal Act, before "$5000" insert "$14 135,". 19 Amendment of section 60 (extension of period to claim for travel expenses to 24 weeks) 20 (1) In section 60(2BA) of the Principal Act, for "12 weeks" substitute "24 weeks". (2) After section 60(2BA) of the Principal Act insert-- "(2BB) For the purposes of subsection (2BA)-- 25 (a) the 24 weeks do not have to be consecutive; and (b) if more than one attempt to return to work is made after the accident, a claim may be made after any subsequent 30 attempt to return to work.". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 8 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 20 20 Amendment of section 60 (travel expenses) (1) In section 60(2D)(c) of the Principal Act, after "paragraph (a)" insert "in hospital". (2) In section 60(2E) of the Principal Act, for "$5000" 5 substitute "$10 000". 21 Amendments relating to reimbursement of medical reports (1) After section 60(2E) of the Principal Act insert-- "(2F) For the purposes of subsection (2)(a), the 10 Commission is not liable to pay as compensation the reasonable costs of medical services that are the provision of a document obtained for medico-legal purposes, or related to medico-legal purposes 15 unless the document-- (a) is requested jointly by the Commission and the person who is injured; and (b) is provided jointly to the Commission and the person who is injured; and 20 (c) is provided by a registered health practitioner within the meaning of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law. (2G) For the purposes of subsection (2F), a 25 document obtained for medico-legal purposes includes a document obtained for any of the following purposes-- (a) for the purposes of determining the degree of impairment under 30 section 46A, 47(7) or 47(7A); (b) for the purposes of Part 6 or Division 1 of Part 10; 571214B.I-15/10/2013 9 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 21 (c) responding to a decision of the Commission under Parts 3 and 4 or in contemplation of such a decision; (d) for the purposes of an application under 5 section 77 for a review of a decision, or in contemplation of such an application. (2H) For the purposes of subsection (2F), a document is not obtained for medico-legal purposes if the document is obtained from a 10 person's treating medical practitioner. (2I) In this section-- document includes but is not limited to a medical report; treating medical practitioner, in relation to a 15 person who is injured in a transport accident, is a person who has provided medical services to the injured person before being requested to provide a document.". 20 (2) For section 71(1) of the Principal Act substitute-- "(1) In order to determine its liability under Part 3, Part 6 or Division 1 of Part 10, the Commission may require a person who was 25 injured as a result of a transport accident and makes a claim for, or receives compensation or damages under Part 3, this Part, Part 6 or Division 1 of Part 10, to submit from time to time for examination by one or more medical 30 service providers nominated by the Commission.". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 10 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 22 22 Amendments relating to the indexation of client contribution towards daily living expenses when living in shared supported accommodation (1) In section 60(11A) of the Principal Act, after 5 "supported accommodation" insert ", which contributions must not exceed $32.50 per day". (2) In section 61(7) of the Principal Act, after "section 43(1)(b)" insert "or fixed by Order made under section 60(11A)". 10 23 Amendment of section 61A (individual funding agreements) In section 61A(4)(e) of the Principal Act, for "$200 or any other amount specified by the regulations" substitute "$1000 or any other 15 amount fixed by the Governor in Council by Order published in the Government Gazette". 24 Amendments relating to authority to release information After section 67 of the Principal Act insert-- 20 "67A Authority to release information (1) A person who makes a claim for compensation under this Act must, as soon as is practicable after being requested to do so by the Commission, sign an authority to 25 release relevant medical or other information to the Commission for the purpose of processing, assessing or otherwise managing the claim. (2) An authority to release information must be 30 in a form approved by the Commission. (3) An authority to release information has effect and cannot be revoked until a claim is finally determined. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 11 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 25 (4) A person may sign more than one authority to release information.". 25 Amendment of section 74 (cessation or review of liability to pay compensation in certain 5 circumstances) In section 74(2)(b) of the Principal Act, for "44 or 45" substitute "44, 45, 49, 50 or 51". 26 Amendment of section 93 (common law damages claims for mental injury due to injury or death of 10 tortfeasor) After section 93(2) of the Principal Act insert-- "(2A) A person who is injured as a result of a transport accident may not recover damages from a person indemnified by the 15 Commission under section 94(1) or from the Commission in respect of a vehicle to which section 96 applies if-- (a) the injury is nervous shock or other mental injury; and 20 (b) the person was not directly involved in the accident and did not witness the transport accident; and (c) the mental injury or nervous shock was suffered as a result of the injury or 25 death of another person who was directly involved in the transport accident; and (d) the transport accident was caused-- (i) in the course of the other person 30 referred to in paragraph (c) committing, or intending to commit suicide; or 571214B.I-15/10/2013 12 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 27 (ii) solely or predominantly by the negligence of the other person referred to in paragraph (c).". 27 Amendments relating to serious injury applications 5 After section 93(17) of the Principal Act insert-- "(17A) For the purposes of paragraph (c) of the definition of serious injury, a person has a severe long-term mental or severe long-term behavioural disturbance or disorder if that 10 person, for a continuous period of at least 3 years-- (a) has a recognised mental illness or disorder (other than abnormal illness behaviour) as a result of a transport 15 accident; and (b) displays symptoms and consequent disability that have not responded, or have substantially failed to respond, to known effective clinical treatments 20 provided by a registered mental health professional who is registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law to practice (other than as a student); and 25 (c) has severely impaired function with symptoms causing clinically significant distress and severe impairment in relationships and social and vocational functioning.". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 13 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 28 28 Amendment of section 120 (increasing the time limit for certain criminal prosecutions) For section 120(4) of the Principal Act substitute-- 5 "(4) Despite any law to the contrary, proceedings may be instituted under section 116, 117 or 117C within 3 years after the alleged offence occurred.". 29 Amendments relating to employment enquiries 10 under section 127 For sections 127(3A) and (4) of the Principal Act substitute-- "(4) In subsection (3), employer includes a person who, at any time after the date which is 15 3 years immediately preceding the transport accident (including after the transport accident)-- (a) is an employer of the person who is injured or dies in the transport accident; 20 (b) enters into an arrangement with a person who is injured or dies in the transport accident, or a person acting on their behalf, for the undertaking of work by the person at a particular time 25 and place, whether or not the arrangement-- (i) is an enforceable contract; or (ii) provides for any reward for work done; or 30 (iii) specifies that the person is an employee or otherwise; 571214B.I-15/10/2013 14 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 30 (c) acts on behalf of a person who is injured or dies in the transport accident in relation to entering into an agreement specified in paragraph (b).". 5 30 New Division 7 of Part 11 inserted In Part 11 of the Principal Act, after Division 6 insert-- "Division 7--Transport Accident Amendment Act 2013 10 206 Definitions In this Division-- amending Act means the Transport Accident Amendment Act 2013; amending provision means a provision of 15 the amending Act specified in a section of this Division; commencement date means the date on which the amending provision comes into operation. 20 207 Amendments relating to the extension of time for making a dependency claim for dependents under 18 This Act, as amended by section 4 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a claim 25 for compensation lodged on or after the commencement date. 208 Amendments relating to inclusion of occupational therapy as medical services This Act, as amended by section 5 of the 30 amending Act, applies in respect of a request for occupational therapy services made on or after the commencement date. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 15 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 30 209 Amendment relating to the definition of transportation costs This Act, as amended by section 6 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a request 5 for reimbursement of transportation costs made on or after the commencement date. 210 Amendment relating to incidents involving train, tram or bus doors This Act, as amended by section 7 of the 10 amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. 211 Amendment of section 39 (corresponding law) 15 This Act, as amended by section 10 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. 212 Amendments of section 42 (definitions of 20 law of a place outside Victoria and proceedings outside Victoria) This Act, as amended by section 11 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the 25 commencement date. 213 Amendments regarding person making a claim in their own right for common law damages for injury This Act, as amended by section 12 of the 30 amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 16 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 30 214 Amendment of section 46A (accident- related impairment) This Act, as amended by section 13 of the amending Act, applies in respect of any 5 determination of the degree of impairment of a person injured as a result of a transport accident that occurred on or after 19 May 1998, regardless of when the injury occurred. 215 Amendment of section 46A (diminution of 10 hearing) This Act, as amended by section 15 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a determination of the degree of impairment of a person injured as a result of a transport 15 accident made on or after the commencement date, regardless of when the transport accident occurred. 216 Amendment of section 60 (vocational rehabilitation services) 20 This Act, as amended by section 16 of the amending Act, applies in respect of all applications, regardless of when the applications were made. 217 Amendment of section 60 (increase of 25 family counselling cap) This Act, as amended by section 17 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a claim made on or after the commencement date. 218 Amendment of section 60 (funeral, burial 30 and cremation expenses) This Act, as amended by section 18 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 17 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 30 219 Amendment of section 60 (extension of period to claim for travel expenses to 24 weeks) This Act, as amended by section 19 of the 5 amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. 220 Amendment of section 60 (travel expenses) This Act, as amended by section 20 of the 10 amending Act, applies in respect of a request for compensation under section 60(2E), regardless of when the claim was lodged. 221 Amendments relating to reimbursement of medical reports 15 This Act, as amended by section 21 of the amending Act, applies in respect of an examination made on or after 1 July 2014, in circumstances where the examination is made for the purposes of the provision of a 20 document obtained for medico-legal purposes, or related to medico-legal purposes. 222 Amendment of section 61A (individual funding agreements) 25 This Act, as amended by section 23 of the amending Act, applies in respect of all claims, regardless of when the claim is made. 223 Amendment of section 74 (cessation or review of liability to pay compensation in 30 certain circumstances) This Act, as amended by section 25 of the amending Act, applies in respect of all claims, regardless of when the claim is made. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 18 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 30 224 Amendment to section 93 (common law damages claims for mental injury due to injury or death of tortfeasor) (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Act, as 5 amended by section 26 of the amending Act, applies in respect of a transport accident that occurs on or after the commencement date. (2) This Act, as amended by section 26 of the amending Act, does not apply to a person 10 who, as at the commencement date-- (a) has been issued a certificate under section 93(4)(c)(ii); or (b) has been granted leave under section 93(4)(d). 15 225 Serious injury applications This Act, as amended by section 27 of the amending Act, applies in respect of an application made on or after 16 October 2013-- 20 (a) for a certificate under section 93(4)(c)(ii); or (b) for leave under section 93(4)(d). 226 Amendment of section 120 (increasing the time limit for certain criminal 25 prosecutions) This Act, as amended by section 28 of the amending Act, applies to an offence against section 116, 117 or 117C that is alleged to have been committed on or after the 30 commencement date.". 571214B.I-15/10/2013 19 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 s. 31 31 Repeal of amending Act This Act is repealed on the first anniversary of the day after the day on which all of its provisions have come into operation. 5 Note The repeal of this amending Act does not affect the continuing operation of the amendments made by it (see section 15(1) of the Interpretation of Legislation Act 1984). 571214B.I-15/10/2013 20 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

Transport Accident Amendment Bill 2013 Endnotes ENDNOTES By Authority. Government Printer for the State of Victoria. 571214B.I-15/10/2013 21 BILL LA INTRODUCTION 15/10/2013

 


 

 


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