Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Offender Compensation) Bill 2007
- Assented on 06/06/2007 - Act No 3 of 2007 (GG No. 80, 15/6/2007, p 3725.).
An Act to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 with respect to damages for conduct involving offenders in custody.
Explanatory note This explanatory note relates to this Bill as introduced into Parliament. Overview of Bill The object of this Bill is to provide that damages awarded to a person under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 as compensation for loss or damage suffered by reason of conduct of certain public sector agencies while the person was an offender in custody (or for failure to comply with orders made in connection with any such conduct) are not to be paid to the person and instead are to b...
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"Agreement in Principle" Speech
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Tracking through the Houses
- Initially introduced in the Legislative Assembly
- Member with Carriage: Campbell, David
- Notice of Motion: Tue 29 May 2007
- Introduced: Tue 29 May 2007
- "Agreement in Principle" Speech: Tue 29 May 2007
- Agreed to in Principle LA: Wed 30 May 2007
- Date Declared by Speaker without amendment: Wed 30 May 2007
- Member with Carriage: Roozendaal, Eric
- Introduced: Wed 30 May 2007
- First Reading: Wed 30 May 2007
- Minister's 2R Speech: Wed 30 May 2007
- Second Reading: Thu 31 May 2007
- Third Reading: Thu 31 May 2007
- Date Passed w'out amdt: Thu 31 May 2007
- Returned to LA: Thu 31 May 2007
- Passed Parliament: Thu 31 May 2007
Text of Bill as passed by both Houses