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SR 1979 No. 168 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled Senate23-Aug-1979
Gazetted 21 Aug 1979
Date of repeal 30 Nov 1982
Repealed by Law Reform Commission (Allowances) Regulations

1979 No. 168*1* LAW REFORM COMMISSION (ALLOWANCES) REGULATIONS

*1* Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 21 August 1979.

1979 No. 168 LAW REFORM COMMISSION (ALLOWANCES) REGULATIONS - REG 1
Citation

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Law Reform Commission (Allowances) Regulations.

1979 No. 168 LAW REFORM COMMISSION (ALLOWANCES) REGULATIONS - REG 2
Allowances payable to relevant member

2. (1) Subject to any determination made under the Remuneration Tribunals Act 1973, where it is necessary for a relevant member to take up residence at the place at which he is required to take up the performance of the duties of his office, there shall be payable to that relevant member the allowances that would be payable to him under regulations 93 and 97 of the Public Service Regulations as amended and in force from time to time if his appointment to be a member were an appointment to be an officer of the Australian Public Service.

(2) In sub-regulation (1), " relevant member " means a person who-
(a) is appointed to be a full-time member; and
(b) is required to take up the performance of the duties of his office at a place other than the place at which he was residing at the time of his appointment.

1979 No. 168 LAW REFORM COMMISSION (ALLOWANCES) REGULATIONS - REG 3
Allowances payable to full-time member

3. Subject to any determination made under the Remuneration Tribunals Act 1973, a full-time member is entitled to be paid such allowances as would be payable to him under regulations 90A, 90AA, 90B and 90C of the Public Service Regulations as amended and in force from time to time if he were an officer of the Australian Public Service.

1979 No. 168 LAW REFORM COMMISSION (ALLOWANCES) REGULATIONS - REG 4
Performance of functions in relation to allowances

4. For the purposes of these Regulations, any function that is required to be performed by the Public Service Board or a Chief Officer of a Department in relation to the payment to an officer of the Australian Public Service of an allowance referred to in regulation 3 or 4 of these Regulations shall, in relation to the payment of an allowance under these Regulations, be performed by the Minister.