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SR 1991 No. 370 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations; Repeal the former Public Service (Parliamentary Officers) Regulations.
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled Senate04-Dec-1991
Tabled HR19-Dec-1991
Gazetted 27 Nov 1991
Date of repeal 05 Dec 1999
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Public Employment (Consequential and Transitional) Amendment Act 1999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statutory  Rules  1991  No. 370

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Public Service (Parliamentary Officers) Regulations

 

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

 

PART 1—PRELIMINARY

 

Regulation

         1.             Citation

         2.             Interpretation

 

PART 2—ADMINISTRATION OF DEPARTMENTS

 

         3.             Awareness of, and compliance with, the Act, regulations and determinations under subsection 9 (7a) and section 82d of the Act

         4.             Advice to the Presiding Officers

         5.             Report to the Secretary

 

PART 3—RECREATION LEAVE

 

         6.             Interpretation

         7.             Determination of commencement date

         8.             Recreation leave for officers performing duties on a Sunday or a public holiday

         9.             Use of accrued recreation leave credit

       10.             Circumstances in which recreation leave is taken to be granted on 1 August in a year

       11.             Circumstances in which recreation leave is taken to be granted if an officer is already on leave on 1 August in a year for less than 4 weeks

       12.             Circumstances in which recreation leave is taken to be granted if an officer is already on leave on 1 August in a year for 4 weeks or more

       13.             The Secretary may require an officer to be absent from duty

       14.             Accrual of recreation leave in certain circumstances


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TABLE OF PROVISIONS—continued

 

PART 4—VACANCIES AND TEMPORARY PERFORMANCE

OF DUTIES

 

       15.             Paragraph 68 (4) (b) of the Act: special recreation leave credits

       16.             Election not to receive payment for overtime

 

       17.             Notification of vacancies

       18.             Direction to act in an office

       19.             Direction to act in certain offices for more than 3 months or until the occurrence of an event

 

PART 5—DISCIPLINE

 

       20.             Who pays the costs of an inquiry if no action is recommended?

       21.             Who pays the costs of an inquiry if it lapses?

       22.             A record must be kept if disciplinary action is taken

 

PART 6—REPEALS AND TRANSITIONAL

 

       23.             Repeal of the Public Service (Parliamentary Officers) Regulations