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Bounty (Ships) (Registration) Regulations

SR 1985 No. 153 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations; Repeals the Bounty (Ships) Regulations.
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR20-Aug-1985
Tabled Senate20-Aug-1985
Gazetted 28 Jun 1985
Date of repeal 01 Jul 1995
Repealed by Repeal of the enabling legislation by Customs, Excise and Bounty Legislation Amendment Act 1995

1985 No. 153*1* BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS

*1* Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 28 June 1985.

1985 No. 153 BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS - REG 1
Citation

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Bounty (Ships) (Registration) Regulations.

1985 No. 153 BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS - REG 2
Interpretation

2. In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears, "the Act" means the Bounty (Ships) Act 1980.

1985 No. 153 BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS - REG 3
Registration of premises

3. (1) For the purpose of sub-section 10 (6) of the Act, the conditions to be met by an applicant for the registration of premises are-
(a) that the applicant shall be a body corporate incorporated under a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory;
(b) that the applicant shall possess such financial means as are necessary to fund adequately the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought;
(c) that the applicant shall possess such financial means as are necessary to meet all financial liabilities (actual or contingent) likely to be incurred by the applicant in connection with the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought as those liabilities fall due;
(d) that the applicant shall possess such technical and management skills (including financial management skills) as are necessary to ensure the successful completion of the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought;
(e) that the applicant shall, during the period of registration of the premises, ensure that an average of not less than 20 persons are engaged (whether as employees, contractors or sub-contractors) in carrying out the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought;
(f) that the applicant shall, during the period of registration of the premises, employ not less than one apprentice for every 8 tradespersons employed by the applicant in the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought; and
(g) that the applicant shall possess access to such facilities, including a waterfront site, as are necessary for the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the premises is sought.


(2) For the purpose of paragraph 10 (7) (b) of the Act, where the Minister is satisfied that-
(a) an applicant for registration of premises meets, or will meet, all but one of the conditions specified in sub-regulation (1); and
(b) the applicant would otherwise be entitled to registration of the premises under section 10 of the Act,
the Minister may, if the Minister considers it appropriate to do so having regard to all the circumstances, register the premises under that section.

1985 No. 153 BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS - REG 4
Registration of persons as prescribed shipbuilders

4. (1) For the purpose of sub-section 10A (6) of the Act, the conditions to be met by an applicant for registration as a prescribed shipbuilder are:


(a) that the applicant shall be a body corporate incorporated under a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory;
(b) that the applicant shall possess such financial means as are necessary to fund adequately the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought;
(c) that the applicant shall possess such financial means as are necessary to meet all financial liabilities (actual or contingent) likely to be incurred by the applicant in connection with the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought as those liabilities fall due;
(d) that the applicant shall possess such technical and management skills (including financial management skills) as are necessary to ensure the successful completion of the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought;
(e) that the applicant shall, during the period of registration of the applicant, ensure that an average of not less than 20 persons are engaged (whether as employees, contractors or sub-contractors) in carrying out the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought;
(f) that the applicant shall, during the period of registration of the applicant, employ not less than one apprentice for every 8 tradespersons employed by the applicant in the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought; and
(g) that the applicant shall possess access to such facilities, including a waterfront site, as are necessary for the construction or modification of the bountiable vessels in relation to which registration of the applicant is sought.


(2) For the purpose of paragraph 10A (7) (b) of the Act, where the Minister is satisfied that-
(a) an applicant for registration as a prescribed shipbuilder meets, or will meet, all but one of the conditions specified in sub-regulation (1); and
(b) the applicant would otherwise be entitled to be registered as a prescribed shipbuilder under section 10A of the Act,
the Minister may, if the Minister considers it appropriate to do so having regard to all the circumstances, register the applicant as a prescribed shipbuilder under that section.

1985 No. 153 BOUNTY (SHIPS) (REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS - REG 5
Repeal of Bounty (Ships) Regulations

5. Statutory Rules 1982 No. 192 are repealed.