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Family Law Amendment Regulations 2006 (No. 1)

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  • - F2006L01760
  • No longer in force
SLI 2006 No. 128 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Family Law Regulations 1984 to reflect changes in child-related, divorce and family dispute resolution terminology brought about by recent family law reforms, and to prescribe matters necessary for the Jurisdiction of Courts (Family Law) Act 2006 relating to the family law jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court of Western Australia, and to update prescribed State and Territory legislation references.
Administered by: Attorney-General's
Registered 15 Jun 2006
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR19-Jun-2006
Tabled Senate19-Jun-2006
Date of repeal 09 Apr 2013
Repealed by Attorney-General's (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Family Law Amendment Regulations 2006 (No. 1)1

Select Legislative Instrument 2006 No. 128

I, PROFESSOR MARIE BASHIR, AC, CVO, Administrator of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Regulations under the Family Law Act 1975.

Dated 14 June 2006

MARIE BASHIR

Administrator

By Her Excellency’s Command

PHILIP RUDDOCK


1              Name of Regulations

                These Regulations are the Family Law Amendment Regulations 2006 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                These Regulations commence on 1 July 2006.

3              Amendment of Family Law Regulations 1984

                Schedule 1 amends the Family Law Regulations 1984.


Schedule 1        Amendments

(regulation 3)

  

[1]           Subregulation 3 (1), definition of conference, paragraphs (g) and (h)

substitute

                (g)    a marriage counsellor, an approved marriage counselling organisation or a family counsellor;

                (h)    a family consultant; or

[2]           Subregulation 3 (1), definition of intervener

omit

separately represented under subsection 68L (2)

insert

independently represented under subsection 68L (2)

[3]           After regulation 6

insert

7              Prescribed information about reconciliation (Act s 12C)

                For section 12C of the Act, the information that is to be included in documents provided to persons under Part IIIA of the Act is information about family counselling and family dispute resolution services.

Note   Section 13B of the Act allows a court to adjourn proceedings to give the parties the opportunity to consider a reconciliation. The parties will be advised in such circumstances to attend family counselling or other appropriate services.

[4]           Regulation 8

substitute

8              Appointment of family consultants (Act s 11B)

                For paragraph 11B (c) of the Act, a family consultant may be appointed in writing by:

                (a)    the Chief Executive Officer of the Family Court of Australia; or

               (b)    the Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Magistrates Court.

[5]           Regulation 10A

substitute

10A         Proceedings for divorce order not to be instituted in a court of summary jurisdiction other than a prescribed court (Act s 44A)

                For section 44A of the Act, proceedings for a divorce order in relation to a marriage may not be instituted in, or transferred to, a court of summary jurisdiction other than the following prescribed courts:

                (a)    a court constituted by a stipendiary magistrate who is the Principal Registrar, or a Registrar, of the Family Court of Western Australia;

               (b)    the Magistrates Court constituted by section 4 of the Magistrates Court Act 1930 of the Australian Capital Territory;

                (c)    the Court of Petty Sessions of Norfolk Island.

[6]           Paragraph 11 (1) (a)

omit

a decree of dissolution or of nullity of marriage:

insert

a divorce order in relation to a marriage or a decree of nullity of marriage:

[7]           Paragraph 11 (1) (b)

omit

a marriage or of the dissolution or annulment of a marriage by decree or otherwise:

insert

a marriage, a divorce or the annulment of a marriage:

[8]           Subregulation 11 (1A)

omit

a decree of dissolution of marriage

insert

a divorce order in relation to a marriage

[9]           Paragraph 11 (7) (b)

omit

the marriage to which the relevant application relates has been dissolved or annulled

insert

the divorce order, decree of nullity of marriage, or declaration mentioned in paragraph (1) (b) was made

[10]         After subregulation 11 (7)

insert

      (7A)   For subparagraphs (7) (d) (i) and (ii), holder of a card does not include a dependant of the holder of the card.

[11]         Regulation 12AC

substitute

12AC      Transfer of proceedings from court of summary jurisdiction — ceiling amount

                For paragraph 46 (1AA) (a) of the Act, the amount of $700 000 is specified.

[12]         Paragraphs 12BA (a) and (b)

substitute

                (a)    for New South Wales — the offices of:

                          (i)    Minister for Community Services, in relation to the Adoption Act 2000 (NSW) and the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 (NSW); and

                         (ii)    Minister for Disability Services, in relation to the Guardianship Act 1987 (NSW);

               (b)    for Tasmania — the office of Secretary to the Department of Health and Human Services;

[13]         Regulation 12CC

substitute

12CC      Registration of court decision (Act s 68R (6))

         (1)   For subsection 68R (6) of the Act, if, in relation to family violence proceedings before a court, the court:

                (a)    makes a final family violence order or a final order varying a family violence order; and

               (b)    revives, varies, discharges or suspends an order, injunction or arrangement mentioned in subsection 68R (1) of the Act;

the registrar of the court must send a sealed copy of the decision mentioned in paragraph (b) to the registrar of the Family Court, as soon as practicable.

         (2)   On receiving the sealed copy of the decision, the registrar must register the decision by:

                (a)    filing the sealed copy; and

               (b)    noting on the sealed copy the fact and date of registration.

Note   For the definition of family violence order, see subsection 4 (1) of the Act and regulation 12BB.

12CD      Evidence relating to child abuse or family violence — prescribed State or Territory agencies (Act s 69ZW (1))

                For subsection 69ZW (1) of the Act, an agency mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 9 is a prescribed agency for the State or Territory mentioned in column 3 of the item.

[14]         Regulation 14A, heading

substitute

14A         Prescribed maximum period — sentence or order (Act s 70NFC (6), 112AG (6))

[15]         Regulation 14A

omit

subsections 70NK (5) and

insert

subsections 70NFC (6) and

[16]         Regulation 15A

substitute

15A         Leave to appeal — prescribed decrees (Act s 94AA)

         (1)   For items 1 to 5 of the table in subsection 94AA (1) of the Act, a prescribed decree is an interlocutory decree (other than a decree in relation to a child welfare matter).

         (2)   In this regulation:

child welfare matter means a matter relating to:

                (a)    the person or persons with whom a child is to live; or

               (b)    the person or persons with whom the child is to spend time or communicate; or

                (c)    any other aspect of parental responsibility, within the meaning of Part VII of the Act, for a child.

[17]         After subregulation 16 (3)

insert

      (3A)   For subparagraphs (3) (b) (i) and (ii), holder of a card does not include a dependant of the holder of the card.

[18]         Subregulation 17 (1)

omit

(other than a decree for principal relief)

insert

(other than a divorce order or a decree of nullity of marriage)

[19]         Regulation 19

substitute

19            Operation of State and Territory laws — prescribed laws (Act s 114AB)

                For section 114AB of the Act, the following are prescribed laws:

                (a)    Part 15A of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW);

               (b)    the Crimes (Family Violence) Act 1987 (Vic);

                (c)    the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 1989 (Qld) and the Peace and Good Behaviour Act 1982 (Qld);

               (d)    Parts 1 to 6 and Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 9 of the Restraining Orders Act 1997 (WA);

                (e)    the Domestic Violence Act 1994 (SA);

                (f)    the Family Violence Act 2004 (Tas) and Part XA of the Justices Act 1959 (Tas);

                (g)    the Domestic Violence and Protection Orders Act 2001 (ACT);

                (h)    the Domestic Violence Act (NT).

[20]         Before Part IIAA

insert

Part IIAAA          Protected names and symbols

21AAA   Protected names (Act s 9A)

                For the definition of protected name in subsection 9A (4) of the Act, each of the names specified in Schedule 10 is prescribed.

21AAB   Protected symbols (Act s 9A)

         (1)   Each symbol whose design is set out in Schedule 11 is a protected symbol for the purposes of the definition of that term in subsection 9A (4) of the Act.

         (2)   A symbol mentioned in subregulation (1) does not cease to be a protected symbol by reason only of the symbol being expressed in a colour, combination of colours, font or size different from that set out in Schedule 11.

[21]         Subregulation 23 (1)

substitute

         (1)   Subregulation (1A) applies if:

                (a)    the Secretary receives:

                          (i)    from a prescribed overseas jurisdiction a certified copy of an overseas child order that was made in that jurisdiction; and

                         (ii)    a certificate signed by an officer of a court or by some other authority in that jurisdiction relating to the order and containing a statement that the order is, at the date of the certificate, enforceable in that jurisdiction; and

               (b)    there are reasonable grounds for believing that any of the following persons is ordinarily resident in, present in, or proceeding to, Australia:

                          (i)    the child who is the subject of the order;

                         (ii)    a parent of that child;

                         (iii)    a person having the right to have the child live with him or her, or the right of custody of or access to the child, or the right to spend time or communicate with the child.

      (1A)   The Secretary must send the documents mentioned in paragraph (1) (a) to:

                (a)    a registrar of the Family Court; or

               (b)    the registrar of a State Family Court; or

                (c)    the Registrar of a Supreme Court of a State or Territory.

[22]         Paragraph 23 (8) (a)

substitute

                (a)    deals with the person with whom a child is supposed to live, spend time or communicate; or

[23]         Paragraph 24 (1) (a)

substitute

                (a)    a State child order, or a parenting order other than a child maintenance order, is made by a court in Australia in relation to a child who is under 18; and

[24]         Paragraph 24 (3) (a)

substitute

                (a)    with whom the child is supposed to live, spend time or communicate under the order; or

[25]         Subregulation 24 (7)

omit

custody of, access to or contact with, a child

insert

custody of or access to a child, or a right to spend time or communicate with the child,

[26]         Part 5, heading

substitute

Part 5                 Family Dispute Resolution and Arbitration

[27]         Part 5, Divisions 1 and 2

substitute

Division 1              Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners

62            Family dispute resolution practitioners — assessment of family dispute resolution suitability

         (1)   Before providing family dispute resolution under the Act, the family dispute resolution practitioner to whom a dispute is referred must be satisfied that:

                (a)    an assessment has been conducted of the parties to the dispute; and

               (b)    family dispute resolution is appropriate.

         (2)   In determining whether family dispute resolution is appropriate, the family dispute resolution practitioner must be satisfied that consideration has been given to whether the ability of any party to negotiate freely in the dispute is affected by any of the following matters:

                (a)    a history of family violence (if any) among the parties;

               (b)    the likely safety of the parties;

                (c)    the equality of bargaining power among the parties;

               (d)    the risk that a child may suffer abuse;

                (e)    the emotional, psychological and physical health of the parties;

                (f)    any other matter that the family dispute resolution practitioner considers relevant to the proposed family dispute resolution.

         (3)   If, after considering the matters set out in subregulation (2), the family dispute resolution practitioner is satisfied that family dispute resolution is appropriate then, subject to regulations 63 and 65, the family dispute resolution practitioner may provide family dispute resolution.

         (4)   If, after considering the matters set out in subregulation (2), the family dispute resolution practitioner is not satisfied that family dispute resolution is appropriate, the family dispute resolution practitioner must not provide family dispute resolution.

63            Information to be given to parties before family dispute resolution

         (1)   At least 1 day before family dispute resolution is started under subregulation 62 (3), each party to the family dispute resolution must be given a written statement that sets out the following information:

                (a)    that the process of family dispute resolution is one by which the parties involved, together with the assistance of the family dispute resolution practitioner:

                          (i)    isolate issues in the dispute; and

                         (ii)    develop and consider options to resolve those issues; and

                         (iii)    if appropriate — attempt to agree to 1 or more of those options; and

                        (iv)    if a child is affected — attempt to agree to options that are in the best interests of the child;

               (b)    if the dispute involves a child:

                          (i)    that each parent has parental responsibility for the child, within the meaning of section 61B of the Act; and

                         (ii)    that the best interests of the child are the paramount consideration in any decision that affects him or her;

                (c)    that it is not the role of the family dispute resolution practitioner to provide the parties with legal advice (unless the family dispute resolution practitioner is also a legal practitioner);

               (d)    that family dispute resolution may not be appropriate for all disputes, particularly if a dispute involves violence that renders one party unable to negotiate freely because of another’s threats;

                (e)    that family dispute resolution must be attended if required under section 60I of the Act, before applying for an order under Part VII of the Act;

                (f)    that a party has the right to obtain legal advice at any stage in the family dispute resolution process;

                (g)    that a party has the right to terminate the family dispute resolution at any time;

                (h)    that, provided section 10J of the Act applies, evidence of anything said, or an admission made, at family dispute resolution is not admissible:

                          (i)    in any court (whether exercising federal jurisdiction or not); or

                         (ii)    in any proceedings before a person authorised by a law of the Commonwealth or a State or Territory, or by the consent of the parties, to hear evidence;

                 (i)    the family dispute resolution practitioner’s confidentiality and disclosure obligations under section 10H of the Act;

                (j)    the qualifications of the family dispute resolution practitioner to be a family dispute resolution practitioner;

               (k)    the fees (including any hourly rate) charged by the family dispute resolution practitioner in respect of the family dispute resolution.

Note   Sections 12G and 63DA of the Act may impose additional information‑giving obligations.

         (2)   Before starting family dispute resolution, each party to it must certify on a copy of the statement that he or she has received the statement.

         (3)   A family dispute resolution practitioner must not start family dispute resolution until subregulations (1) and (2) are complied with.

64            Obligations of family dispute resolution practitioner — general

                In providing family dispute resolution services under the Act, a family dispute resolution practitioner:

                (a)    must ensure that, as far as possible, the family dispute resolution process is suited to the needs of the parties involved (for example, by ensuring the suitability of the family dispute resolution venue, the layout of the family dispute resolution room and the times at which family dispute resolution is held); and

               (b)    must ensure that:

                          (i)    family dispute resolution is provided only in accordance with this Division; and

                         (ii)    any record of the family dispute resolution is stored securely to prevent unauthorised access to it; and

                (c)    must terminate the family dispute resolution:

                          (i)    if requested to do so by a party; or

                         (ii)    if the family dispute resolution practitioner is no longer satisfied that family dispute resolution is appropriate; and

               (d)    must not provide legal advice to any of the parties unless:

                          (i)    the family dispute resolution practitioner is also a legal practitioner; or

                         (ii)    the advice is about procedural matters; and

                (e)    must not use any information acquired from a family dispute resolution:

                          (i)    for personal gain; or

                         (ii)    to the detriment of any person.

65            Obligations of family dispute resolution practitioner — avoidance of conflicts of interests

         (1)   This regulation applies if, in relation to a person who is a party to a dispute that is the subject of family dispute resolution, or any other party to that dispute, a family dispute resolution practitioner:

                (a)    has acted previously in a professional capacity (otherwise than as a family dispute resolution practitioner, a family counsellor or an arbitrator); or

               (b)    has had a previous commercial dealing; or

                (c)    is a personal acquaintance.

         (2)   A family dispute resolution practitioner may provide family dispute resolution services to a party mentioned in subregulation (1) only if:

                (a)    each party to the family dispute resolution agrees; and

               (b)    the previous professional dealing (if any) does not relate to any issue in the dispute; and

                (c)    the previous commercial dealing or acquaintance (if any) is not of a kind that could reasonably be expected to influence the family dispute resolution practitioner in the provision of his or her family dispute resolution services.

[28]         Part 5, Division 2A, heading

substitute

Division 2              Arbitration

[29]         Regulation 67A, heading

substitute

67A         Definitions for Division 2

[30]         Regulation 67B, heading

substitute

67B         Prescribed requirements for arbitrator (Act s 10M)

[31]         Regulation 67D, heading

substitute

67D         Application for referral to arbitration (Act s 13E)

[32]         Regulation 67E, heading

substitute

67E         Application relating to relevant property or financial arbitration (Act s 13F)

[33]         Regulation 67J

omit

For section 19L of the Act, an oath or affirmation made by an arbitrator must be in the following form:

insert

An arbitrator must, before acting in the capacity of an arbitrator, make an oath or affirmation in the following form:

[34]         Regulation 67N, note

omit everything after

the arbitration

insert

 — see subsection 13E (2) of the Act in relation to arbitration under section 13E of the Act, and section 13F of the Act in relation to relevant property and financial arbitration.

[35]         Regulation 67Q, heading

substitute

67Q         Registration of award (Act s 13H)

[36]         Part 5, Division 3

omit

[37]         After regulation 81

insert

82            Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006 — end of transition period

                For the definition of transition period in subitem 118 (2) of Schedule 4 to the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006, the day prescribed is 30 June 2009.

83            Transitional arrangements under the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006

         (1)   For paragraph (b) of item 124 of Schedule 4 to the Family Law Amendment (Shared Parental Responsibility) Act 2006, the requirements for persons who are taken to be family dispute resolution practitioners during the transition period are that:

                (a)    either:

                          (i)    the person:

                                   (A)     has been awarded an appropriate degree, diploma or other qualification by a university, college of advanced education or other tertiary institution of an equivalent standard; and

                                   (B)     has completed at least 5 days training in mediation or dispute resolution, including at least 1 training course of a duration of at least 3 days; and

                                   (C)     has engaged in at least 10 hours of supervised mediation or dispute resolution in the 12 months immediately following completion of that training; or

                         (ii)    the person:

                                   (A)     has provided family dispute resolution for a total of at least 150 hours since 11 June 1991, of which at least 50 hours has been provided since 11 June 1994; and

                                   (B)     enrolled in a course of study for an appropriate degree, diploma or other qualification before the end of 31 August 2001; and

                                   (C)     is not excluded from completing the course by reason of the person failing to pass any of its requirements; and

                                   (D)     completes the academic requirements of the course at, or before, the end of 7 academic years of the relevant institution; and

               (b)    the person:

                          (i)    undertakes at least 12 hours education or training in family dispute resolution each calendar year; and

                         (ii)    no more than 12 months elapses between periods of training.

         (2)   In this regulation:

appropriate degree, diploma or other qualification means one that represents:

                (a)    a course of study that is, or is the equivalent of, at least 3 years of full time study:

                          (i)    in law; or

                         (ii)    in a social science (for example, psychology or social work); or

                         (iii)    that includes the equivalent of 2 full time years study in a social science; or

               (b)    a course of study that is, or is the equivalent of, at least 1 year of full time study in:

                          (i)    mediation; or

                         (ii)    dispute resolution.

supervised dispute resolution means dispute resolution that is supervised by:

                (a)    an experienced family dispute resolution practitioner; or

               (b)    a person who is the regular provider of a training course of a kind described in sub‑subparagraph (1) (a) (i) (B); or

                (c)    a person who is:

                          (i)    an experienced family dispute resolution practitioner; and

                         (ii)    a practising member of:

                                   (A)     the Law Society of a State or Territory; or

                                   (B)     the Bar Association of a State or Territory; or

                                   (C)     the Australian Psychological Society Limited; or

                                   (D)     the Australian Association of Social Workers Limited.

[38]         Schedule 1, Form 7, heading

substitute

Form 7               Application relating to relevant property or financial arbitration

(regulation 67E)

[39]         Schedule 1, Form 7

omit each mention of

private arbitration

insert

relevant property or financial arbitration

[40]         Schedule 5

substitute

Schedule 5        Prescribed laws — definition of child welfare law in subsection 4 (1) of the Act

(subregulation 12B (2))

 

Item

Prescribed Law

State or Territory

1

Adoption Act 2000

New South Wales

2

Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998

New South Wales

3

Community Services (Complaints, Reviews and Monitoring) Act 1993

New South Wales

4

Guardianship Act 1987

New South Wales

5

Subject to subsection 3 (2A) of the Commonwealth Powers (Family Law‑Children) Act 1986, the Adoption Act 1984

Victoria

6

Subject to subsection 3 (2A) of the Commonwealth Powers (Family Law‑Children) Act 1986, the Children and Young Persons Act 1989

Victoria

7

Community Services Act 1970

Victoria

8

Maintenance Act 1965

Victoria

9

Mental Health Act 1986

Victoria

10

Adoption of Children Act 1964

Queensland

11

Child Protection Act 1999

Queensland

12

Maintenance Act 1965

Queensland

13

Mental Health Act 2000

Queensland

14

Public Health Act 2005

Queensland

15

Adoption Act 1994

Western Australia

16

Children and Community Services Act 2004

Western Australia

17

Family Court Act 1997

Western Australia

18

Mental Health Act 1996

Western Australia

19

Adoption Act 1988

South Australia

20

Children’s Protection Act 1993

South Australia

21

Family and Community Services Act 1972

South Australia

22

Mental Health Act 1993

South Australia

23

Adoption Act 1988

Tasmania

24

Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1997

Tasmania

25

Youth Justice Act 1997

Tasmania

26

Mental Health Act 1996

Tasmania

27

Adoption of Children Act

Northern Territory

28

Community Welfare Act

Northern Territory

29

Mental Health and Related Services Act

Northern Territory

30

Guardianship of Infants Act

Northern Territory

31

Adoption Act 1993

Australian Capital Territory

32

Children and Young People Act 1999

Australian Capital Territory

33

Guardianship and Management of Property Act 1991

Australian Capital Territory

34

Mental Health (Treatment and Care) Act 1994

Australian Capital Territory

35

Adoption of Children Ordinance 1932

Norfolk Island

36

Child Welfare Ordinance 1937

Norfolk Island

37

Infants’ Maintenance and Protection Ordinance 1913

Norfolk Island

38

Lunacy Ordinance 1932

Norfolk Island

[41]         Schedule 8

substitute

Schedule 8        Family violence order — prescribed laws of State or Territory

(regulation 12BB)

 

Item

Prescribed law

State or Territory

1

Crimes Act 1900

New South Wales

2

Property (Relationships) Act 1984

New South Wales

3

Crimes (Family Violence) Act 1987

Victoria

4

Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 1989

Queensland

5

Restraining Orders Act 1997

Western Australia

6

Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988

South Australia

7

Domestic Violence Act 1994

South Australia

8

Summary Procedure Act 1921

South Australia

9

Youth Court Act 1993

South Australia

10

Family Violence Act 2004

Tasmania

11

Justices Act 1959

Tasmania

12

Domestic Violence and Protection Orders Act 2001

Australian Capital Territory

13

Domestic Violence Act

Northern Territory

14

Domestic Violence Act 1995

Norfolk Island

Schedule 9        Evidence relating to child abuse or family violence — prescribed State or Territory agencies

(regulation 12CD)

 

Item

Prescribed agency

State or Territory

1

Department of Community Services

New South Wales

2

NSW Police (established under section 4 of the Police Act 1990 (NSW))

New South Wales

3

Department of Human Services (Office for Children)

Victoria

4

Police Force (constituted under the Police Regulation Act 1958 (Vic))

Victoria

5

Department of Child Safety

Queensland

6

Queensland Police Service (established under section 2.1 of the Police Service Administration Act 1990 (Qld))

Queensland

7

Department for Community Development

Western Australia

8

Police Force (constituted under the Police Act 1892 (WA))

Western Australia

9

Department for Families and Communities

South Australia

10

South Australia Police (established under section 4 of the Police Act 1998 (SA))

South Australia

11

Department of Health and Human Services

Tasmania

12

Department of Police and Emergency Management

Tasmania

13

Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services

Australian Capital Territory

14

Australian Federal Police (constituted under section 6 of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979 )

Australian Capital Territory

15

Department of Health and Community Services

Northern Territory

16

Police Force of the Northern Territory (established under section 5 of the Police Administration Act (NT))

Northern Territory

Schedule 10      Protected Names

(regulation 21AAA)

 

Item

Protected Name

1

Family Relationship Centre

2

Family Relationship Advice Line

3

Family Relationships Online

4

familyrelationshipadviceline.com

5

familyrelationshipadviceline.com.au

6

familyrelationshipadviceline.net

7

familyrelationshipadviceline.net.au

8

familyrelationshipadviceline.org

9

familyrelationshipadviceline.org.au

10

familyrelationshipcentre.com

11

familyrelationshipcentre.com.au

12

familyrelationshipcentre.net

13

familyrelationshipcentre.net.au

14

familyrelationshipcentre.org

15

familyrelationshipcentre.org.au

16

familyrelationshipcentres.com

17

familyrelationshipcentres.com.au

18

familyrelationshipcentres.net

19

familyrelationshipcentres.net.au

20

familyrelationshipcentres.org

21

familyrelationshipcentres.org.au

22

familyrelationshipsadviceline.com

23

familyrelationshipsadviceline.com.au

24

familyrelationshipsadviceline.net

25

familyrelationshipsadviceline.net.au

26

familyrelationshipsadviceline.org

27

familyrelationshipsadviceline.org.au

28

familyrelationshipscentre.com

29

familyrelationshipscentre.com.au

30

familyrelationshipscentre.net

31

familyrelationshipscentre.net.au

32

familyrelationshipscentre.org

33

familyrelationshipscentre.org.au

34

familyrelationshipscentres.com

35

familyrelationshipscentres.com.au

36

familyrelationshipscentres.net

37

familyrelationshipscentres.net.au

38

familyrelationshipscentres.org

39

familyrelationshipscentres.org.au

40

fral.com.au

41

fral.net.au

42

frc.org.au

43

familyrelationshipadviceline.gov.au

44

familyrelationshipcentre.gov.au

45

familyrelationships.gov.au

46

familyrelationship.gov.au

47

familyrelationship.com

48

familyrelationship.com.au

49

familyrelationship.net

50

familyrelationship.net.au

51

familyrelationship.org

52

familyrelationship.org.au

53

familyrelationships.com

54

familyrelationships.com.au

55

familyrelationships.net

56

familyrelationships.net.au

57

familyrelationships.org

58

familyrelationships.org.au

59

fralcms.gov.au

60

fralcms.com

61

fralcms.com.au

62

fralcms.net

63

fralcms.net.au

64

fralcms.org

65

fralcms.org.au

66

fral.org.au

67

fral.gov.au

68

frc.com.au

69

frc.net.au

70

frc.org

71

frc.com

72

frc.net

73

fral.org

74

fral.com

75

fral.net

76

familyrelationshipsadviceline.gov.au

77

familyrelationshipcentres.gov.au

78

familyrelationshipscentre.gov.au

79

familyrelationshipscentres.gov.au

80

familyrelationshiponline.com

81

familyrelationshiponline.com.au

82

familyrelationshiponline.net

83

familyrelationshiponline.net.au

84

familyrelationshiponline.org

85

familyrelationshiponline.org.au

86

familyrelationshipsonline.com

87

familyrelationshipsonline.com.au

88

familyrelationshipsonline.net

89

familyrelationshipsonline.net.au

90

familyrelationshipsonline.org

91

familyrelationshipsonline.org.au

92

familyrelationshiponline.gov.au

93

familyrelationshipsonline.gov.au

Schedule 11      Protected Symbols

(regulation 21AAB)

 

Item

Symbol

1

2

3

4

FAMILY RELATIONSHIP CENTRE:  HELPING FAMILIES BUILD BETTER RELATIONSHIPS

5

HELPING FAMILIES BUILD BETTER RELATIONSHIPS

[42]         Further amendments

 

Provision

omit

insert

Subregulations 12B (1) and (2)

subsection 60D (1)

subsection 4 (1)

Regulations 12BA and 12BB

subsection 60D (1)

subsection 4 (1)

Subparagraph 14 (a) (i)

section 70F

subsection 4 (1)

Regulation 21C

subsection 60D (1)

subsection 4 (1)

Regulations 67A and 67D, paragraphs 67H (3) (b), 67K (b), 67L (1) (b) and 67P (4) (b)

section 19D

section 13E

Regulation 67A and subregulation 67E (1)

private arbitration

relevant property or financial arbitration

Regulation 67B

subsection 4 (1)

section 10M

Subregulation 67E (1)

subsection 19E (1)

section 13F

Subregulation 67Q (1)

subsections 19D (5) and 19E (2)

section 13H

Subregulation 67Q (5), note

subsections 19D (5) and 19E (2)

subsection 13H (2)

Subregulation 67T (1)

section 19F, 19FA, 19G or 19GA

section 13J or 13K


Note

1.       All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments kept under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. See www.frli.gov.au.