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Commonwealth Banks Act 1959

Authoritative Version
Act No. 5 of 1959 as amended, taking into account amendments up to Act No. 148 of 2003
An Act relating to the constitution and operations of the Commonwealth banks
Administered by: Treasury
Registered 19 Jul 2006
Start Date 19 Jul 2006

Commonwealth Banks Act 1959

Act No. 5 of 1959 as amended

This compilation was prepared on 19 July 2006
taking into account amendments up to Act No. 148 of 2003

The text of any of those amendments not in force
on that date is appended in the Notes section

The operation of amendments that have been incorporated may be
affected by application provisions that are set out in the Notes section

Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney‑General’s Department, Canberra

  

  

  


Contents

Part I—Preliminary                                                                                                              1

1............ Short title [see Note 1]........................................................................ 1

2............ Commencement [see Note 1].............................................................. 1

4............ Interpretation....................................................................................... 1

5............ Application to Territories.................................................................... 2

6............ This Act subject to Banking Act......................................................... 2

Part IV—The Commonwealth Bank                                                                         3

Division 1—Preliminary steps before conversion of Commonwealth Bank into a public company       3

27A....... Share capital of Commonwealth Bank................................................ 3

27B....... Shares to be paid up and issued.......................................................... 3

27C....... Commonwealth Bank to apply to be registered as company etc.......... 4

Division 2—Conversion of Commonwealth Bank into a public company            6

27D....... Commonwealth Bank taken to be registered under Companies Act.... 6

27E........ Memorandum and articles of Commonwealth Bank........................... 6

27F........ Membership of the Commonwealth Bank........................................... 7

27G....... Name of the Commonwealth Bank..................................................... 7

27H....... Commonwealth Bank is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.      7

27J........ Operation of section 25B of Acts Interpretation Act........................... 8

Division 4—Miscellaneous                                                                                         9

28.......... General functions of Commonwealth Bank........................................ 9

Part VII—The Commonwealth Development Bank                                      10

74A....... Preliminary steps to conversion of Development Bank into a company 10

74B....... Conversion of Development Bank into a company........................... 11

74C....... Development Bank is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.          13

Part VIII—The Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation  14

108A..... Preliminary steps to conversion of Corporation into a company....... 14

108B..... Conversion of Corporation into a company...................................... 15

108C..... Corporation is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.     17

110........ Superannuation fund......................................................................... 17

Part IX—Miscellaneous                                                                                                    18

117........ Guarantee by the Commonwealth..................................................... 18

129........ Regulations....................................................................................... 19

Notes                                                                                                                                             21


An Act relating to the constitution and operations of the Commonwealth banks

Part IPreliminary

  

1  Short title [see Note 1]

                   This Act may be cited as the Commonwealth Banks Act 1959.

2  Commencement [see Note 1]

                   This Act shall come into operation on the day on which the Reserve Bank Act 1959 comes into operation.

4  Interpretation

                   In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears:

articles means articles of association.

Australia includes the external Territories.

bank means a person carrying on the business of banking, and includes the Commonwealth Bank and the Development Bank.

Board means the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Bank.

Commonwealth Bank means the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

conversion time means the commencement of section 22 of the Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990.

Corporation means the Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation, including that body as continuing in existence with a different name.

Development Bank means the Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia, including that body as continuing in existence with a different name.

memorandum means memorandum of association.

pre‑conversion time means the commencement of section 21 of the Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990.

Securities Commission means:

                     (a)  before the date prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (b)—the National Companies and Securities Commission; or

                     (b)  on and after the date prescribed for the purposes of this paragraph—the Australian Securities Commission.

share, in relation to a body corporate, means a share in the share capital of the body corporate.

5  Application to Territories

                   This Act extends to all the Territories.

6  This Act subject to Banking Act

                   This Act has effect subject to the Banking Act 1959 and to the regulations under that Act.


 

Part IVThe Commonwealth Bank

Division 1Preliminary steps before conversion of Commonwealth Bank into a public company

27A  Share capital of Commonwealth Bank

             (1)  As from the pre‑conversion time, the Commonwealth Bank is to have a share capital divided into shares of $2 each or such other amount as is prescribed.

             (2)  The amount of the share capital is equal to the amount required to be applied under section 27B in paying up shares in the Commonwealth Bank.

             (3)  The share capital may be divided into classes of shares.

             (4)  Rights may be attached to shares included in a class of shares.

             (5)  As from the conversion time, this section has effect subject to the Companies Act 1981.

27B  Shares to be paid up and issued

             (1)  As soon as practicable after the pre‑conversion time, the Commonwealth Bank must apply its capital, calculated immediately before the pre‑conversion time, in paying up in full shares in the Commonwealth Bank.

             (2)  If the amount of the capital is not a multiple of the nominal value of a share, subsection (1) applies as if the amount were reduced to the nearest multiple of the nominal value of a share.

             (3)  As soon as practicable after complying with subsection (1), the Commonwealth Bank must issue to the Commonwealth all the shares paid up under that subsection.

             (4)  The shares issued under subsection (3) are to be taken to have been issued for valuable consideration other than cash.

             (5)  The Commonwealth is not a member of Commonwealth Bank at any time before the conversion time merely because the Commonwealth holds shares in Commonwealth Bank.

27C  Commonwealth Bank to apply to be registered as company etc.

             (1)  The Commonwealth Bank must, before the conversion time:

                     (a)  apply to the Securities Commission under subsection 85(1) of the Companies Act 1981 to be registered as a company limited by shares within the meaning of that Act; and

                     (b)  apply to the Securities Commission under subsection 55(1) of the Companies Act 1981 for the reservation of the name “Commonwealth Bank of Australia”; and

                     (c)  lodge with the Securities Commission a proposed memorandum, and proposed articles, for the Commonwealth Bank; and

                     (d)  if the rights attached to shares included in a class of shares under subsection 27A(4) are not provided for in the memorandum or articles, lodge with the Securities Commission the statement referred to in subsection 124(1) of the Companies Act 1981.

             (2)  Subject to the regulations, the application mentioned in paragraph (1)(a) must be accompanied by the documents required by subsection 85(4) of the Companies Act 1981 to accompany such an application.

             (3)  The applications mentioned in paragraphs (1)(a) and (b) must be made to the Securities Commission by delivering them to the office of the Corporate Affairs Commission for the Australian Capital Territory and the documents mentioned in paragraphs (1)(c) and (d) and subsection (2) must be lodged with the Securities Commission by lodging them at that office.

             (4)  The Commonwealth Bank is to be taken to be entitled to make the applications referred to in paragraphs (1)(a) and (b), and to lodge the documents mentioned in paragraphs (1)(c) and (d) and subsection (2).

             (5)  The Securities Commission is to be taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to reserve the name “Commonwealth Bank of Australia” under subsection 55(2) of the Companies Act 1981; and

                     (b)  to have so reserved that name immediately after the making of the application mentioned in paragraph (1)(b).


 

Division 2Conversion of Commonwealth Bank into a public company

27D  Commonwealth Bank taken to be registered under Companies Act

             (1)  The Securities Commission is to be taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to grant the application mentioned in paragraph 27C(1)(a) and to register the Commonwealth Bank as a company under subsection 86(2) of the Companies Act 1981; and

                     (b)  to have granted the application at the conversion time; and

                     (c)  to have so registered the Commonwealth Bank, at the conversion time:

                              (i)  by the name “Commonwealth Bank of Australia”; and

                             (ii)  in accordance with subsections 86(3) and (4) of the Companies Act 1981, as a public company, and as a company limited by shares, within the meaning of that Act; and

                     (d)  to have registered the name “Commonwealth Bank of Australia” in relation to the Commonwealth Bank at the conversion time, under subsection 55(4) of the Companies Act 1981.

             (2)  The date of commencement of the Commonwealth Bank’s registration as a company under Division 4 of Part III of the Companies Act 1981 is to be taken to be the day on which the conversion time occurs.

             (3)  For the purposes of Division 4 of Part III of the Companies Act 1981, the Commonwealth Bank shall be taken to have been on the day before the conversion time, and to be at the conversion time, a corporation within the meaning of that Act.

27E  Memorandum and articles of Commonwealth Bank

             (1)  As from the conversion time, the proposed memorandum, and the proposed articles, lodged under paragraph 27C(1)(c):

                     (a)  are respectively the memorandum, and the articles, of the Commonwealth Bank; and

                     (b)  bind the Commonwealth Bank and its members accordingly.

             (2)  As from the conversion time, the Companies Act 1981 applies in relation to the Commonwealth Bank’s memorandum and articles as if they had been registered as such under that Act.

27F  Membership of the Commonwealth Bank

                   The Commonwealth:

                     (a)  by force of this subsection, becomes a member of the Commonwealth Bank at the conversion time; and

                     (b)  in relation to membership of the Commonwealth Bank:

                              (i)  is entitled to the same rights, privileges and benefits; and

                             (ii)  is subject to the same duties, liabilities and obligations;

                            as if the Commonwealth had become a member of the Commonwealth Bank under the Commonwealth Bank’s memorandum and articles.

27G  Name of the Commonwealth Bank

                   Notwithstanding subsection 148(2) of the Corporations Act 2001, the Commonwealth Bank need not have the word “Limited” at the end of its name.

27H  Commonwealth Bank is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.

             (1)  This section has effect for the purposes of the laws of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory. However, the effect of this section is subject to any express provision in the law concerned that refers specifically to the Commonwealth Bank.

             (2)  The Commonwealth Bank is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have been incorporated or established for a public purpose or for a purpose of the Commonwealth; and

                     (b)  not to be a public authority or an instrumentality or agency of the Crown; and

                     (c)  without limiting paragraphs (a) and (b), not to be a public authority under the Commonwealth for the purposes of the Crimes Act 1914.

             (3)  The Commonwealth is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have a controlling interest or substantial interest in the Commonwealth Bank; and

                     (b)  not to be in a position to control the Commonwealth Bank.

27J  Operation of section 25B of Acts Interpretation Act

                   Nothing in this Act or in the Corporations Act 2001 affects, or is affected by, section 25B of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 as that section applies in relation to the Commonwealth Bank.


 

Division 4Miscellaneous

28  General functions of Commonwealth Bank

             (1)  The Commonwealth Bank shall carry on general banking business.

             (2)  This section is not intended to imply any restriction on the functions or powers that may be conferred on the Commonwealth Bank otherwise than under this section.

             (3)  This section does not prevent the Commonwealth Bank also being in possession of an authority under the Banking Act 1959 to carry on banking business.


 

Part VIIThe Commonwealth Development Bank

  

74A  Preliminary steps to conversion of Development Bank into a company

Share capital

             (1)  The Development Bank continues to have the share capital that it had immediately before the commencement of this section.

             (2)  The persons who held shares in the Development Bank immediately before the commencement of this section continue to hold those shares immediately after the commencement of this section.

             (3)  A person is not a member of the Development Bank at any time before the commencement of section 74B merely because of holding shares in the Development Bank.

Application for registration as a company

             (4)  The Development Bank must:

                     (a)  apply to the Australian Securities Commission under section 133 of the Corporations Law for the Development Bank to be registered as a company limited by shares within the meaning of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  apply to the Australian Securities Commission under section 374 of the Corporations Law for reservation of the name “Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia Limited”; and

                     (c)  lodge with the Australian Securities Commission a proposed memorandum and proposed articles for the Development Bank.

             (5)  Subject to the regulations, the application mentioned in paragraph (4)(a) must be accompanied by the documents required by section 136 of the Corporations Law.

             (6)  The Development Bank must deliver the applications and any accompanying documents to an office of the Australian Securities Commission in the Australian Capital Territory.

             (7)  The Development Bank is taken to be entitled to make the applications, and to lodge the documents, mentioned in subsections (4) and (5).

             (8)  The Australian Securities Commission is taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to reserve the name “Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia Limited” under section 374 of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  to have reserved that name immediately after lodgment of the application referred to in paragraph (4)(b).

74B  Conversion of Development Bank into a company

Registration as a company

             (1)  The Australian Securities Commission is taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to grant the application mentioned in paragraph 74A(4)(a) and to register the Development Bank as a company under subsection 137(2) of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  to have been satisfied that sections 134 and 135 of the Corporations Law do not prevent registration of the Development Bank; and

                     (c)  to have granted the application at the commencement of this section; and

                     (d)  to have registered the Development Bank at the commencement of this section:

                              (i)  by the name “Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia Limited”; and

                             (ii)  in accordance with subsections 137(3) and (5) of the Corporations Law, as a public company, and as a company limited by shares, within the meaning of the Corporations Law; and

                     (e)  to have registered the name “Commonwealth Development Bank of Australia Limited” in relation to the Corporation at the commencement of this section under subsection 374(5) of the Corporations Law.

Memorandum and articles

             (2)  As from the commencement of this section, the proposed memorandum, and proposed articles, lodged under section 74A:

                     (a)  are the memorandum and articles of the Development Bank; and

                     (b)  bind the Development Bank and its members accordingly.

             (3)  As from the commencement of this section, the Corporations Law applies in relation to the Development Bank’s memorandum and articles as if they had been registered as such under the Corporations Law.

Membership

             (4)  Each person who holds shares in the Development Bank at the commencement of this section:

                     (a)  by force of this section, becomes a member of the Development Bank at the commencement of this section; and

                     (b)  in relation to the person’s membership of the Development Bank:

                              (i)  is entitled to the same rights, privileges and benefits; and

                             (ii)  is subject to the same duties, liabilities and obligations;

                            as if the person had become a member of the Development Bank under the memorandum and articles of the Development Bank.

Section 25B of the Acts Interpretation Act

             (5)  Nothing in this Act or in the Corporations Law affects, or is affected by, section 25B of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 as that section applies in relation to the Development Bank.

Miscellaneous

             (6)  Nothing in section 74A prevents:

                     (a)  variation of the share capital of the Development Bank; or

                     (b)  a change in the name of the Development Bank; or

                     (c)  a change in the structure, memorandum, articles or membership of the Development Bank.

74C  Development Bank is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.

             (1)  This section has effect for the purposes of the laws of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory. However, the effect of this section is subject to any express provision in the law concerned that refers specifically to the Development Bank.

             (2)  The Development Bank is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have been incorporated or established for a public purpose or for a purpose of the Commonwealth; and

                     (b)  not to be a public authority or an instrumentality or agency of the Crown; and

                     (c)  without limiting paragraphs (a) and (b), not to be a public authority under the Commonwealth for the purposes of the Crimes Act 1914.

             (3)  The Commonwealth is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have a controlling interest or substantial interest in the Development Bank; and

                     (b)  not to be in a position to control the Development Bank.


 

Part VIIIThe Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation

  

108A  Preliminary steps to conversion of Corporation into a company

Share capital

             (1)  From the commencement of this section, the Corporation is to have a share capital of $2, divided into shares of $1 each.

             (2)  As soon as practicable after the commencement of this section, the Corporation must apply $2 (paid to the Corporation by the Commonwealth Bank) in paying up in full the shares in the Corporation.

Issue of shares

             (3)  As soon as practicable after the Corporation complies with subsection (2), the Corporation must issue to the Commonwealth Bank all the shares that were paid up under that subsection.

             (4)  The Commonwealth Bank is not a member of the Corporation at any time before the commencement of section 108B merely because it holds shares in the Corporation.

Application for registration as a company

             (5)  The Commonwealth Bank must:

                     (a)  apply to the Australian Securities Commission under section 133 of the Corporations Law for the Corporation to be registered as a company limited by shares within the meaning of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  apply to the Australian Securities Commission under section 374 of the Corporations Law for reservation of the name “Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation”; and

                     (c)  lodge with the Australian Securities Commission a proposed memorandum and proposed articles for the Corporation.

             (6)  Subject to the regulations, the application mentioned in paragraph (5)(a) must be accompanied by the documents required by section 136 of the Corporations Law.

             (7)  The Commonwealth Bank must deliver the applications and any accompanying documents to an office of the Australian Securities Commission in the Australian Capital Territory.

             (8)  The Commonwealth Bank is taken to be entitled to make the applications, and to lodge the documents, mentioned in subsections (5) and (6).

             (9)  The Australian Securities Commission is taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to reserve the name “Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation” under section 374 of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  to have reserved that name immediately after lodgment of the application referred to in paragraph (5)(b).

108B  Conversion of Corporation into a company

Registration as a company

             (1)  The Australian Securities Commission is taken:

                     (a)  to have been required to grant the application mentioned in paragraph 108A(5)(a) and to register the Corporation as a company under subsection 137(2) of the Corporations Law; and

                     (b)  to have been satisfied that sections 134 and 135 of the Corporations Law do not prevent registration of the Corporation; and

                     (c)  to have granted the application at the commencement of this section; and

                     (d)  to have registered the Corporation at the commencement of this section:

                              (i)  by the name “Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation”; and

                             (ii)  in accordance with subsections 137(3) and (5) of the Corporations Law, as a public company, and as a company limited by shares, within the meaning of the Corporations Law; and

                     (e)  to have registered the name “Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation” in relation to the Corporation at the commencement of this section under subsection 374(5) of the Corporations Law; and

                      (f)  to have granted a licence to the Corporation under section 383 of the Corporations Law (which licence may be revoked in accordance with that section).

Memorandum and articles

             (2)  As from the commencement of this section, the proposed memorandum, and proposed articles, lodged under section 108A:

                     (a)  are the memorandum and articles of the Corporation; and

                     (b)  bind the Corporation and its members accordingly.

             (3)  As from the commencement of this section, the Corporations Law applies in relation to the Corporation’s memorandum and articles as if they had been registered as such under the Corporations Law.

Membership

             (4)  By force of this section, the Commonwealth Bank becomes a member of the Corporation at the commencement of this section.

             (5)  In relation to its membership of the Corporation, the Commonwealth Bank:

                     (a)  is entitled to the same rights, privileges and benefits; and

                     (b)  is subject to the same duties, liabilities and obligations;

as if the Commonwealth Bank had become a member of the Corporation under the memorandum and articles of the Corporation.

Section 25B of the Acts Interpretation Act

             (6)  Nothing in this Act or in the Corporations Law affects, or is affected by, section 25B of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 as that section applies in relation to the Corporation.

Miscellaneous

             (7)  Nothing in section 108A prevents:

                     (a)  variation of the share capital of the Corporation; or

                     (b)  a change in the name of the Corporation; or

                     (c)  a change in the structure, memorandum, articles or membership of the Corporation.

108C  Corporation is not a Commonwealth authority or Commonwealth company etc.

             (1)  This section has effect for the purposes of the laws of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory. However, the effect of this section is subject to any express provision in the law concerned that refers specifically to the Corporation.

             (2)  The Corporation is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have been incorporated or established for a public purpose or for a purpose of the Commonwealth; and

                     (b)  not to be a public authority or an instrumentality or agency of the Crown; and

                     (c)  without limiting paragraphs (a) and (b), not to be a public authority under the Commonwealth for the purposes of the Crimes Act 1914.

             (3)  The Commonwealth is to be taken:

                     (a)  not to have a controlling interest or substantial interest in the Corporation; and

                     (b)  not to be in a position to control the Corporation.

110  Superannuation fund

             (1)  The Corporation’s superannuation fund that was in existence immediately before the commencement of this section:

                     (a)  continues in existence; and

                     (b)  is to be governed by the Trust Deed.

             (2)  All the rights and liabilities of members and beneficiaries of the fund that existed immediately before the commencement of this section continue after the commencement of this section, subject to the Trust Deed.

             (3)  In this section:

Trust Deed means the trust deed made before the commencement of this section between the Corporation and the Commonwealth Bank, and includes any amendments to that deed.


 

Part IXMiscellaneous

  

117  Guarantee by the Commonwealth

             (1)  The Commonwealth guarantees the due payment of the following amounts:

                     (a)  any amount that is payable by the Commonwealth Bank before the cut‑off time in respect of a demand deposit made with the bank;

                     (b)  any amount that is payable by the Commonwealth Bank at any time in respect of a term deposit made with the bank before the cut‑off time;

                     (c)  any amount that:

                              (i)  is not in respect of a demand deposit or term deposit; and

                             (ii)  is payable by the Commonwealth Bank under a contract that was entered into, or any other instrument that was executed, issued, endorsed or accepted, before the commencement of this section by the Commonwealth Bank or the Corporation.

             (2)  The Commonwealth guarantees the due payment by the Development Bank of any amount that is payable by the Development Bank to a person other than the Commonwealth.

             (3)  The Commonwealth guarantees the due payment of any amount that is payable to or from the superannuation fund, by the Corporation or by the Commonwealth Bank, in respect of a person who was a member, retired member or beneficiary of the fund immediately before the commencement of this section.

             (4)  In this section:

cut‑off time means the end of the day that is the third anniversary of the date of commencement of this section.

demand deposit means any deposit that is not a term deposit.

superannuation fund means the superannuation fund referred to in section 110.

term deposit means a deposit made with a bank that matures on a particular date, whether or not the bank can be required to repay the deposit before that maturity date.

129  Regulations

                   The Governor‑General may make regulations, not inconsistent with this Act, prescribing all matters which by this Act are required or permitted to be prescribed, or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to this Act and, in particular:

                     (e)  prescribing penalties not exceeding $100 for offences against the regulations.


Notes to the Commonwealth Banks Act 1959

Note 1

The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 as shown in this compilation comprises Act No. 5, 1959 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

For application, saving or transitional provisions made by the Corporations (Repeals, Consequentials and Transitionals) Act 2001, see Act No. 55, 2001.

Table of Acts

Act

Number
and year

Date
of Assent

Date of commencement

Application, saving or transitional provisions

Commonwealth Banks Act 1959

5, 1959

23 Apr 1959

14 Jan 1960 (see s. 2 and Gazette 1960, p. 47)

 

Commonwealth Banks Act 1961

75, 1961

27 Oct 1961

27 Oct 1961

S. 3(2)

Commonwealth Banks Act 1962

3, 1962

23 Mar 1962

23 Mar 1962

S. 3(2)

Commonwealth Banks Act 1963

57, 1963

28 Oct 1963

28 Oct 1963

S. 3(2)

Commonwealth Banks Act 1965

132, 1965

18 Dec 1965

14 Feb 1966

S. 4

Commonwealth Banks Act 1966

58, 1966

29 Oct 1966

26 Nov 1966

Statute Law Revision (Decimal Currency) Act 1966

93, 1966

29 Oct 1966

1 Dec 1966

Commonwealth Banks Act 1968

144, 1968

9 Dec 1968

S. 6: 1 Jan 1969
Remainder: Royal Assent

S. 13(2)

Commonwealth Banks Act 1973

18, 1973

11 Apr 1973

11 Apr 1973

Commonwealth Banks Act (No. 2) 1973

117, 1973

26 Oct 1973

26 Oct 1973

Statute Law Revision Act 1973

216, 1973

19 Dec 1973

31 Dec 1973

Ss. 9(1) and 10

Commonwealth Banks Act 1974

81, 1974

18 Oct 1974

18 Oct 1974

S. 4(2)

Administrative Changes (Consequential Provisions) Act 1978

36, 1978

12 June 1978

12 June 1978

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1978

77, 1978

22 June 1978

22 June 1978

Public Service and Statutory Authorities Amendment Act 1980

177, 1980

17 Dec 1980

Part IV (ss. 52, 53): Royal Assent (a)

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1981

29, 1981

14 Apr 1981

12 May 1981

Ss. 5(2), (3) and 16

Public Service and Statutory Authorities Amendment Act 1983

92, 1983

22 Nov 1983

22 Nov 1983

Public Service Reform Act 1984

63, 1984

25 June 1984

Part X (s. 153):
1 Nov 1984 (see Gazette 1984, No. S383) (b)

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1984

76, 1984

25 June 1984

29 June 1984 (see Gazette 1984, No. S241)

Ss. 8(2)–(4), 11(2), 12(2), (3), 17(2), (3), 19(2), 23(2) and 26

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1985

194, 1985

16 Dec 1985

13 Jan 1986

S. 4(2)

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1987

182, 1987

26 Dec 1987

Ss. 3 and 32: 30 June 1988
Ss. 27–29, 34(2), 35 and Part II of the Schedule: 1 July 1988
Remainder: 23 Jan 1988

Ss. 16(2), 24(2), (3) and 35

Government Business Enterprises (Miscellaneous Reforms) Act 1988

123, 1988

14 Dec 1988

Part II (ss. 3–12): 26 Jan 1989
Part VI (ss.
26–31): 1 Jan 1989 (see Gazette 1988, No. S399)
Part VII (ss. 32–37): 14 Nov 1988
Remainder: Royal Assent

Ss. 18 and 19

Banking Legislation Amendment Act 1989

129, 1989

7 Nov 1989

Part I (ss. 1, 2),
ss. 3, 26, 29–33, 35, 38 and 40: Royal Assent
Remainder: 28 Dec 1989 (see Gazette 1989, No. S383)

Ss. 42(2) and 43

Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990

118, 1990

28 Dec 1990

S. 6: Royal Assent (c)
Ss. 7, 8(2), 19, 36 and 58(1): (c)
Ss. 8(1), 10(b), 16, 43, 46 and 47: (c)
Ss. 8(3) and 21: (c)
Ss. 8(4), 22–24, 27–34, 41, 42,
50–52, 54–57, 58(2) and 59–61: (c)
Ss. 8(5), 9, 10(a), 12–15, 17, 18, 35, 40, 44, 48(a) and 49: (c)
Ss. 8(6), 11 and 53(2): (c)
Ss. 10(c) and 35A: 3 May 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S114)
S. 20: (c)
Ss. 25(1) and
37–39: (c)
Ss. 25(2) and 26: (c)
S. 48(b) and (c): (c)
S. 53(1): 2 Jan 1993 (see Gazette 1992, No. GN45)

Ss. 2(4), 28(2), 39(2), 60 and 61

Bank Integration Act 1991

210, 1991

24 Dec 1991

24 Dec 1991

Ss. 30–32 (d)

as amended by

 

 

 

 

Statute Law Revision Act 1996

43, 1996

25 Oct 1996

Schedule 3 (item 6): 24 Dec 1991 (e)

Banking Legislation Amendment Act 1992

193, 1992

 21 Dec 1992

Part 3 (ss. 19–21): 5 Feb 1993 (see Gazette 1993, No. GN4) (f)

S. 2(6)

Commonwealth Banks Amendment Act 1993

46, 1993

22 Oct 1993

22 Oct 1993

Ss. 3, 5, 6, 8 and 11

Commonwealth Bank Sale Act 1995

161, 1995

16 Dec 1995

Ss. 3, 20 and Schedule (items 16, 17, 21, 23, 26, 27, 31): Royal Assent (g)
S. 17 and Schedule (items 18–20, 24, 25, 28–30, 32–47, 49): 19 July 1996 (g)
Schedule (item 22): 19 July 1997 (g)
Schedule (item 48): (g)

Ss. 3, 17 and 20

Statute Law Revision Act 1996

43, 1996

25 Oct 1996

Schedule 2 (item 31): (h)

Corporations (Repeals, Consequentials and Transitionals) Act 2001

55, 2001

28 June 2001

Ss. 4–14 and Schedule 3 (items 121–123): 15 July 2001 (see Gazette 2001, No. S285) (i)

Ss. 4–14

Designs (Consequential Amendments) Act 2003

148, 2003

17 Dec 2003

Schedules 1 and 2: (j)
Remainder: Royal Assent


(a)     The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by Part IV (sections 52 and 53) only of the Public Service and Statutory Authorities Amendment Act 1980, subsection 2(1) of which provides as follows:

                 (1)   Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, subsections 5(2) and 7(2), (5), (6) and (7), sections 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18 and 19, subsections 21(1) and 37(5), sections 38, 43 and 44, subsection 45(10) and sections 46 to 66 (inclusive) shall come into operation on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

(b)     The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by Part X (section 153) only of the Public Service Reform Act 1984, subsection 2(4) of which provides as follows:

                 (4)   The remaining provisions of this Act shall come into operation on such day as is, or on such respective days as are, fixed by Proclamation.

(c)     The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by sections 6–61 only of the Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990, subsections 2(1)–(3) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 commence on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent.

                 (2)   The amendments made by paragraph 48(b) and (c) come into operation at the time when the first guidelines under section 6 of the Superannuation Benefits (Supervisory Mechanisms) Act 1990 come into force in relation to the fund referred to in section 110 of the amended Act.

                 (3)   Each of the remaining provisions of this Act commences on a day, or at a time, fixed by Proclamation in relation to the provisions concerned.

         In pursuance of section 2 the following dates were fixed:

         Sections 48(b) and (c): 17 April 1991 (on commencement of section 22 of the Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990).

         Sections 8(1), 10(b), 16, 43, 46 and 47: The end of that completion date (see Gazette 1990, No. S346). The completion date was 31 December 1990 (see Victorian Government Gazette, No. 573, 31 December 1990).

         Sections 7, 8(2), 19, 36 and 58(1): The beginning of the day immediately following that completion date (see Gazette 1990, No. S346). The completion date was 31 December 1990 (see Victorian Government Gazette, No. 573, 31 December 1990).

                              (a)   Sections 25(1) and 37–39: The beginning of 28 March 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

                              (b)   Sections 8(3) and 21: The beginning of 2 April 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

                              (c)   Sections 25(2) and 26: The beginning of 6 April 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

                              (d)   Sections 8(4), 22–24, 27–34, 41, 42, 50–52, 54–57, 58(2) and 59–61: The beginning of 17 April 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

                              (e)   Section 20: Immediately after the beginning of 17 April 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

                               (f)   Sections 8(5), 9, 10(a), 12–15, 17, 18, 35, 40, 44, 48(a) and 49: Immediately after the commencement of section 20.

                              (g)   Sections 8(6), 11 and 53(2): Immediately after the time referred to in paragraph (f).

(d)             32   On the succession day for the Commonwealth Bank and the Commonwealth Savings Bank, the Acts referred to in Schedule 3 are amended as set out in that Schedule.

         The succession day was 1 January 1993 (see Gazette 1992, No. GN36).

(e)     The Bank Integration Act 1991 was amended by Schedule 3 (item 6) only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1996, subsection 2(3) of which provides as follows:

                 (3)   Each item in Schedule 3 is taken to have commenced when the Act containing the provision amended by the item received the Royal Assent.

(f)      The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by Part 3 (sections 19–21) only of the Banking Legislation Amendment Act 1992, subsection 2(5) of which provides as follows:

                 (5)   Part 3 commences on a day to be fixed by Proclamation.

(g)     The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by the Commonwealth Bank Sale Act 1995, subsections 2(1), (2) and (4)–(6) of which provide as follows:

                 (1)   Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

                 (2)   Part 3, and all the items of the Schedule (except items 1, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 37 and 48), commence at the transfer time.

                 (4)   Item 22 of the Schedule commences on the first anniversary of the day on which the transfer time occurs.

                 (5)   Item 37 of the Schedule commences at the transfer time or at the beginning of 9 May 1996, whichever is later.

                 (6)   Items 1 and 48 of the Schedule commence on the 10th anniversary of the day on which the transfer time occurs.

         The transfer time occurred on 19 July 1996.

(h)     The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by Schedule 2 (item 31) only of the Statute Law Revision Act 1996, subsection 2(2) of which provides as follows:

                 (2)   Each item in Schedule 2 commences or is taken to have commenced (as the case requires) at the time specified in the note at the end of the item.

         Item 31 is taken to have commenced immediately after the commencement of section 55 of the Commonwealth Banks Restructuring Act 1990.

         Section 55 commenced on 17 April 1991 (see Gazette 1991, No. S72).

(i)      The Commonwealth Banks Act 1959 was amended by Schedule 3 (items 121–123) only of the Corporations (Repeals, Consequentials and Transitionals) Act 2001, subsection 2(3) of which provides as follows:

                 (3)   Subject to subsections (4) to (10), Schedule 3 commences, or is taken to have commenced, at the same time as the Corporations Act 2001.

(j)      Subsection 2(1) (item 2) of the Designs (Consequential Amendments) Act 2003 provides as follows:

                 (1)   Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, on the day or at the time specified in column 2 of the table.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provision(s)

Commencement

Date/Details

2.  Schedules 1 and 2

Immediately after the commencement of section 4 of the Designs Act 2003.

17 June 2004


Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted    am. = amended      rep. = repealed      rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Title.....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rs. No. 118, 1990

Part I

 

S. 3......................................

rep. No. 117, 1973

S. 4......................................

am. No. 117, 1973

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991 (as am. by No. 43, 1996); No. 161, 1995

S. 5......................................

rs. No. 117, 1973

 

am. No. 182, 1987

S. 5A...................................

ad. No. 117, 1973

 

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Heading to Part II..............

rs. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 7......................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 118, 1990

Renumbered s. 108........

No. 118, 1990

S. 7A...................................

ad. No. 182, 1987

Renumbered s. 109........

No. 118, 1990

Part II..................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 8......................................

rs. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

Ss. 8A, 8B...........................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 9......................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 10....................................

rep. No. 76, 1984

 

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 11....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 12....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 12A.................................

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

am. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 13....................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

Part III ................................

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 14....................................

am. Nos. 117 and 216, 1973; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981; No. 182, 1987; No. 123, 1988

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 15....................................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 16....................................

am. No. 58, 1966; No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984; No.182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 17....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 18....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 19....................................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Ss. 20, 21............................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1984

S. 22....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 23....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 24....................................

rs. No. 29, 1981

 

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 25....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 123, 1988

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 26....................................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rs. No. 123, 1988

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Ss. 26A–26D.......................

ad. No. 123, 1988

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Part IV

 

Heading to Part IV.............

am. No. 76, 1984

Heading to Div. 1A of Part IV.............................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Div. 1A of Part IV................

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 27....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Division 1

 

Div. 1 of Part IV .................

ad. No. 118, 1990

Ss. 27A–27C.......................

ad. No. 118, 1990

Division 2

 

Div. 2 of Part IV .................

ad. No. 118, 1990

Ss. 27D–27F.......................

ad. No. 118, 1990

S. 27G.................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rs. No. 55, 2001

S. 27H.................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rs. No. 161, 1995

S. 27J..................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 55, 2001

Div. 3 of Part IV .................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 27K.................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 27L..................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 46, 1993

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

Division 4

 

Heading to Div. 4 of Part IV.............................

ad. No. 118, 1990

S. 28....................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990; No. 161, 1995

S. 29....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 30....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 129, 1989; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 30A.................................

ad. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 31....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 32....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990; No. 193, 1992

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 33....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1984

 

ad. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 34....................................

rep. No. 76, 1984

S. 35....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 36....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Ss. 37, 38............................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 39....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Part V .................................

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 40....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 41....................................

am. No. 182, 1987; No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 42....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 42A.................................

ad. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 43....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 44....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 45....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1984

S. 46....................................

rep. No. 76, 1984

S. 47....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 210, 1991

S. 48....................................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 49....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 50....................................

am. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 51....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 52....................................

am. No. 132, 1965; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 53....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 129, 1989

S. 54....................................

rep. No. 144, 1968

Part VI ................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

Ss. 55, 56............................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 57....................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

Ss. 58, 59............................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 60....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 61....................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 62....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 63....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 64....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 65....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 66....................................

rep. No. 18, 1973

S. 67....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 68....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 69....................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 70....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 71....................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 72....................................

am. No. 81, 1974; No. 77, 1978; No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 194, 1985

 

am. No. 46, 1993

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 73....................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 74....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 194, 1985; No. 182, 1987; No. 161, 1995

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

Part VII

 

S. 74A.................................

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 46, 1993

 

rs. No. 161, 1995

Ss. 74B, 74C.......................

ad. No. 161, 1995

S. 75....................................

am. No. 75, 1961; No. 3, 1962; No. 57, 1963; No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 76....................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 129, 1989; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 77....................................

rep. No. 129, 1989

S. 77A.................................

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

rs. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 46, 1993

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 78....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 76, 1984

 

ad. No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 79....................................

rep. No. 76, 1984

S. 80....................................

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 81....................................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 82....................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 83....................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 84....................................

am. No. 93, 1966

 

rep. No. 77, 1978

S. 85....................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 85A.................................

ad. No. 77, 1978

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

 

ad. No. 46, 1993

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 86....................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

Part VIII

 

Heading to Part VIII...........

rs. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 161, 1995

Heading to Div. 1 of Part VIII...........................

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 87....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

Heading to Div. 2 of Part VIII...........................

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 87A.................................

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 88....................................

rs. No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 89....................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 89A.................................

ad. No. 177, 1980

 

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 92, 1983

S. 89B.................................

ad. No. 177, 1980

 

rep. No. 92, 1983

S. 90....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; Nos. 63 and 76, 1984; No. 194, 1985

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 91....................................

rep. No. 194, 1985

Ss. 92, 93............................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 94....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 95....................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 96....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Div. 3 of Part VIII ...............

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 97 ...................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 98....................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 99....................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 100..................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 101..................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Div. 4 of Part VIII ...............

rep. No. 182, 1987

Ss. 102, 103........................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 104..................................

rep. No. 144, 1968

S. 105..................................

am. No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Heading to Div. 5 of Part VIII...........................

rep. No. 29, 1981

S. 106..................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Heading to Div. 5 of Part VIII...........................

rs. No. 29, 1981

Div. 5 of Part VIII................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 107..................................

rs. No. 144, 1968

 

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

Heading to Div. 5A of .......
Part VIII

ad. No. 29, 1981

Div. 5A of Part VIII .............

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 108..................................

am. No. 144, 1968; No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

formerly s. 7.......................

rep. No. 161, 1995

Ss. 108A–108C...................

ad. No. 161, 1995

S. 109..................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 81, 1974; No. 29, 1981

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

formerly s. 7A.....................

rep. No. 161, 1995

Heading to Div. 6 of Part VIII...........................

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 110..................................

am. No. 36, 1978; No. 118, 1990

 

rs. No. 161, 1995

S. 110A...............................

ad. No. 29, 1981

 

am. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 111..................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 144, 1968; No. 77, 1978; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 112..................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rs. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 123, 1988

S. 113..................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 114..................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rs. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 210, 1991

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 115..................................

rep. No. 182, 1987

S. 116..................................

am. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

Part IX

 

S. 117..................................

rs. No. 76, 1984; No. 161, 1995

S. 118..................................

am. No. 76, 1984

 

rs. No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 119..................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981

 

rs. No. 76, 1984

 

am. No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 120..................................

am. No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 121 .................................

am. No. 117, 1973; No. 29, 1981; No. 129, 1989

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 121A...............................

ad. No. 123, 1988

 

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 122..................................

rep. No. 118, 1990

S. 123..................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991; No. 43, 1996

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 124..................................

am. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 124A...............................

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

am. No. 118, 1990

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 124B...............................

ad. No. 182, 1987

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 125..................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 126..................................

am. No. 76, 1984; No. 210, 1991

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 127..................................

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 128..................................

am. No. 216, 1973

 

rep. No. 194, 1985

 

ad. No. 118, 1990

 

am. No. 118, 1990; No. 193, 1992; No. 161, 1995; No. 148, 2003

 

rep. No. 161, 1995

S. 129..................................

am. No. 93, 1966; No. 29, 1981; No. 76, 1984; No. 182, 1987; No. 118, 1990; No. 210, 1991; No. 161, 1995