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Legislative Instruments Amendment (Sunsetting Measures) Bill 2012 and associated regulations - AJD
Collection of past regulatory changes
In accordance with ‘Senate Continuing Order’, as varied by the Senate on 3 December 1998, relevant new files created for the Attorney-General’s Department are listed below.
This guide assists Australian Government departments draft criminal offences, infringement notices and enforcement provisions that are intended to become part of Commonwealth law.
The Australian Government Guidelines on the Recognition of Sex and Gender standardise the evidence required for a person to establish or change their sex or gender in personal records held by Australian Government departments and agencies.
On 16 June 2015, the Senate referred matters relating to the handling of a letter sent by Mr Man Haron Monis to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee (the committee) for inquiry and report.
Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs’ report: Reviewing Troubled Waters: Consideration of the Government response to the 2012 inquiry into arrangements surrounding crimes at sea
On 24 June 2014, the Senate referred the Medical Services (Dying with Dignity) Exposure Draft Bill 2014 to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee for inquiry. The Committee was asked to conduct their inquiry having regard to the
A report commissioned by the department and carried out by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Published Monday, 1 January 1996
Australia's combined Second and Third Report to the Committee Against Torture.
Published Monday, 30 June 1997
In September 1996 the Federal Government convened the National Domestic Violence Forum in Canberra.
Published Friday, 30 April 1999
The draft extends previously drafted core provisions for the carrying out of forensic procedures on people who are suspects in relation to offences.
Published Monday, 28 February 2000
The draft extends previously drafted core provisions for the carrying out of forensic procedures on people who are suspects in relation to offences.
Published Monday, 28 February 2000
A major report on Australia's family law system. The community is concerned about family breakdown including how the family law system affects separated family members.
Published Wednesday, 1 August 2001
Criminal Code Practitioner Guidelines
Published Sunday, 31 March 2002
Attorney-General's Department and Australian Institute of Judicial Administration
Published Sunday, 31 March 2002
Under section 23YV of the Crimes Act 1914, an independent review of Part 1D is being conducted.
Published Friday, 30 August 2002
The Australian Government is pleased to present to the Committee on the Rights of the Child Australia’s combined Second and Third Reports under the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Published Monday, 31 March 2003
The recommendations of the Model Criminal Code Officers Committee Report on Double Jeopardy were considered by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General at its meeting on 18-19 March 2004.
Published Wednesday, 31 March 2004
This report describes the experiences of seven Partnership Projects funded for two years in 2001 by the Australian Government.
Published Tuesday, 1 June 2004
The recommendations of the Committee against Torture, made in response to Australia’s Combined Second and Third Report under the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment
Published Sunday, 31 October 2004
Response to the report of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs inquiry into child—custody arrangements in the event of family separation June 2005.
Published Wednesday, 1 June 2005
A research report exploring the outcomes for two groups of families using two different types of mediation.
Published Sunday, 1 October 2006
Outlines a proposed framework for the evaluation of the Australian Government's family law reform package. The framework was developed by the Australian Institute of Family Studies at the request of the department and the former Department of Famil
Published Thursday, 1 March 2007