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Veterans' Entitlements Regulations 1986

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SR 1986 No. 97 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to Tribunals Legislation Amendment (Amalgamation) Regulation 2015
Principal Regulations
Administered by: Veterans' Affairs
Registered 28 Aug 2015
Start Date 01 Jul 2015
End Date 31 Mar 2017
Table of contents.

Veterans’ Entitlements Regulations 1986

Statutory Rules No. 97, 1986

made under the

Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986

Compilation No. 15

Compilation date:                              1 July 2015

Includes amendments up to:            SLI No. 95, 2015

Registered:                                         28 August 2015

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Veterans’ Entitlements Regulations 1986 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 1 July 2015 (the compilation date).

This compilation was prepared on 27 August 2015.

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law.

Uncommenced amendments

The effect of uncommenced amendments is not shown in the text of the compiled law. Any uncommenced amendments affecting the law are accessible on ComLaw (www.comlaw.gov.au). The details of amendments made up to, but not commenced at, the compilation date are underlined in the endnotes. For more information on any uncommenced amendments, see the series page on ComLaw for the compiled law.

Application, saving and transitional provisions for provisions and amendments

If the operation of a provision or amendment of the compiled law is affected by an application, saving or transitional provision that is not included in this compilation, details are included in the endnotes.

Modifications

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Self-repealing provisions

If a provision of the compiled law has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law, details are included in the endnotes.

  

  

  


Contents

1............ Name of regulations............................................................................ 1

2............ Interpretation....................................................................................... 1

3............ Summons under subsection 32 (1) of the Act..................................... 1

4............ Summons under subsection 57F (2) of the Act................................... 1

5............ Exempt class of persons for purposes of subsection 84 (6) of the Act 2

6............ Application of State laws.................................................................... 2

6AA...... Medal for Gallantry—prescribed decoration....................................... 2

6A......... Other prescribed decorations............................................................... 3

7............ Information required for purposes of subsection 107 (7) of the Act... 3

8............ Information required for purposes of subsection 108 (11) of the Act. 4

8AA...... Prescribed higher amount for subsection 123B (6) of the Act............ 7

8A......... Prescribed amount for paragraphs 170A (3) (a) and (b) of the Act..... 7

9............ Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act 7

9AA...... Annual increase in rates.................................................................... 16

9AB...... Calculation of increase...................................................................... 16

9AC...... Travelling expenses under section 170B of the Act—interpretation.. 17

9AD...... Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—up to $500            18

9AE....... Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—over $500             18

9AF....... Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—request for written evidence 18

9AG...... Reconsideration of decisions—initiated by the Commission............. 19

9AH...... Reconsideration of decisions—initiated by entitled persons.............. 20

9AI........ Commission’s duty if a request for reconsideration made................. 20

9AJ....... Commission must make written record of reconsidered decision and reasons         21

9AK...... Written record to be given to person who requested reconsideration 21

9AL....... Review by Administrative Appeals Tribunal.................................... 21

9AM..... Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act to 1 destination for 2 or more purposes   21

9AN...... Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act to more than 1 location within the same town or city.................................................................................................... 22

9A......... Address of Commission................................................................... 22

10.......... Summons under subsection 151 (2) of the Act................................. 23

11.......... Allowances payable to members of the Veterans’ Review Board..... 23

12.......... Fees for witnesses............................................................................. 23

13.......... Allowances payable to commissioners of the Repatriation Commission  24

13A....... Prescribed amount for paragraphs 196ZN (2) (a) and (b)................. 24

14.......... Contributions.................................................................................... 24

15.......... Investment of moneys held by Commission..................................... 24

15A....... Prescribed educational scheme.......................................................... 25

16.......... Approved forms................................................................................ 25

Schedule 1—Forms                                                                                                     26

Form 1—Summons                                                                                                             26

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS....................................... 26

SUMMONS.................................................................................................... 26

Form 2—Summons                                                                                                             27

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS....................................... 27

SUMMONS.................................................................................................... 27

Form 3—Summons                                                                                                             28

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS....................................... 28

SUMMONS.................................................................................................... 28

Schedule 2—Laws of States declared to be relevant laws and prescribed modifications of those laws                                                                                      29

Endnotes                                                                                                                                    38

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                            38

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                39

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                             40

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                           42

 


 

 

1  Name of regulations

                   These regulations are the Veterans’ Entitlements Regulations 1986.

2  Interpretation

                   In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears:

approved form means a form approved by the Commission under regulation 16.

the Act means the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986.

treatment has the same meaning as in section 80 of the Act.

veteran means:

                     (a)  a veteran as defined in paragraph (a) of the definition of veteran in subsection 5C (1) of the Act; or

                     (b)  a member of the Forces, or a member of a Peacekeeping Force, as defined in subsection 68 (1) of the Act.

3  Summons under subsection 32 (1) of the Act

                   A summons under subsection 32 (1) of the Act:

                     (a)  may be in accordance with Form 1; and

                     (b)  may be served on a person by:

                              (i)  delivering a copy of the summons to the person personally; and

                             (ii)  showing the original of the summons to the person at the time at which the copy is delivered.

4  Summons under subsection 57F (2) of the Act

                   A summons under subsection 57F (2) of the Act:

                     (a)  may be in accordance with Form 2; and

                     (b)  may be served on a person by:

                              (i)  delivering a copy of the summons to the person personally; and

                             (ii)  showing the original of the summons to the person at the time at which the copy is delivered.

5  Exempt class of persons for purposes of subsection 84 (6) of the Act

                   For the purposes of subsection 84 (6) of the Act, persons included in a class of persons specified in one of the following paragraphs are declared to be exempt from paying charges under that subsection in respect of treatment received under section 87 or 88 of the Act:

                     (a)  persons entitled to be treated without charge as inpatients in a recognised hospital as provided for under the Health Insurance Act 1973 other than persons eligible to receive compensation as defined in subsection 93 (1) of the Act;

                     (b)  members of the Defence Force rendering continuous full‑time service in the Defence Force who are provided with treatment other than for a defence‑caused injury or a defence‑caused disease.

6  Application of State laws

                   Each law of a State, being a law specified in Column 2 in a table in Schedule 2 in an item in that table, is declared to be a relevant law for the purposes of subsection 89 (3) of the Act and the modifications (if any) specified in Column 3 in that table in that item are prescribed for the purposes of that subsection.

6AA  Medal for Gallantry—prescribed decoration

                   For paragraph 102 (5) (d) of the Act, the Medal for Gallantry in relation to the Australian Honours System is prescribed.

6A  Other prescribed decorations

                   For paragraph 102 (5) (d) of the Act, the following decorations are prescribed:

                     (a)  in relation to the Imperial Honours System:

                              (i)  Medal of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Military Division) (1919–1958);

                             (ii)  Medal of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Military Division) with Gallantry Emblem (1958–1974);

                     (b)  in relation to the Australian Honours System:

                              (i)  Victoria Cross for Australia;

                             (ii)  Star of Gallantry.

7  Information required for purposes of subsection 107 (7) of the Act

                   For the purposes of subsection 107 (7) of the Act, a veteran who has applied for temporary incapacity allowance is required to furnish to the Commission where the Commission so requests a certificate, in an approved form, signed by a medical practitioner and certifying the following particulars in respect of the veteran:

                     (a)  the incapacity in respect of which the veteran required treatment as an inpatient in a hospital or other institution;

                     (b)  the name and address of any hospital or other institution to which the veteran was admitted for the purpose of receiving treatment in respect of the incapacity;

                     (c)  the period during which the veteran remained in a hospital or other institution as an inpatient for the purposes of the treatment;

                     (d)  whether, after the discharge of the veteran from a hospital or other institution, the veteran received treatment in respect of the incapacity referred to in paragraph (a) otherwise than as an inpatient of a hospital or other institution and, if the veteran so received treatment, the nature of that treatment and the period during which the veteran received that treatment;

                     (e)  whether, as a result of the veteran having received treatment in respect of the incapacity referred to in paragraph (a) (either as an inpatient in a hospital or other institution or otherwise), the veteran was in need of a period of rest or convalescence and, if the veteran needed a period of rest or convalescence, the period during which the veteran rested or was convalescent; and

                      (f)  whether, during the period, or any part of the period, referred to in paragraph (c), (d) or (e), the veteran was, by reason of the treatment, or the need for a period of rest or convalescence, referred to in that paragraph, as the case may be, precluded from continuing to undertake remunerative work for periods aggregating more than 8 hours per week.

8  Information required for purposes of subsection 108 (11) of the Act

             (1)  In this regulation:

applicant means a person whose entitlement to a loss of earnings allowance in accordance with section 108 of the Act is being considered by the Commission.

relevant absence means:

                     (a)  in relation to an applicant referred to in subsection 108 (2) of the Act, an absence for a reason referred to in paragraph 108 (2) (a), (b), (c) or (d) of the Act;

                     (b)  in relation to an applicant referred to in subsection 108 (3) of the Act, an absence while attending a veteran travelling for a purpose referred to in subparagraph 108 (3) (a) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) or (v) of the Act;

                     (c)  in relation to an applicant referred to in subsection 108 (4) of the Act, an absence while participating in an investigation under section 17 of the Act;

                     (d)  in relation to an applicant referred to in subsection 108 (5) of the Act, an absence for a reason referred to in paragraph 108 (5) (b) of the Act.

             (2)  Subject to subregulation (4), an applicant is required to furnish to the Commission the certificate or certificates, as the case may be, that, in accordance with subregulation (3), are relevant to his or her entitlement to a loss of earnings allowance in accordance with section 108 of the Act.

             (3)  Where all or part of the period to which the entitlement of an applicant to a loss of earnings allowance in accordance with section 108 of the Act relates:

                     (a)  is a period during which the applicant was employed by a person, a certificate in an approved form by that employer or by each such employer, as the case may be, certifying the following particulars in respect of that employment, is relevant to that entitlement:

                              (i)  the period of that employment;

                             (ii)  the number of hours during which, but for the relevant absence, the applicant would have been engaged, or could reasonably have been expected to have been engaged, in that employment;

                            (iii)  the rate or rates at which, but for the relevant absence, the applicant would have been remunerated, or could reasonably have been expected to have been remunerated, during that period;

                            (iv)  the amount of earnings that, but for that absence, the applicant would have received, or could reasonably have been expected to have received, during that period;

                             (v)  where the applicant is an applicant referred to in subsection 108 (5) of the Act:

                                        (A)  the date on which the applicant was credited or last credited, as the case may be, with an annual sick leave entitlement (if any) by the employer;

                                        (B)  the number of days in the annual sick leave entitlement (if any) with which the applicant was so credited;

                                        (C)  the number of days (if any), including any part of a day, during the period of that employment in respect of which the applicant has, since the date referred to in sub‑subparagraph (A), been granted sick leave for a reason referred to in paragraph 108 (2) (a), (b), (c) or (d) of the Act; or

                     (b)  is a period during which the applicant was engaged in an occupation or occupations otherwise than as an employee, a certificate in an approved form by the applicant certifying the following particulars in respect of that occupation or each of those occupations, as the case may be, is relevant to that entitlement:

                              (i)  the period of that occupation;

                             (ii)  the number of hours during which, but for the relevant absence, the applicant would have been engaged, or could reasonably have been expected to have been engaged, in that occupation;

                            (iii)  the rate or rates at which, but for the relevant absence, the applicant would have derived earnings, or could reasonably have been expected to have derived earnings, during that period;

                            (iv)  the amount of earnings that, but for that absence, the applicant would have derived, or could reasonably have been expected to have derived, during that period.

             (4)  Where:

                     (a)  an applicant was employed by a person during all or part of the period to which his or her entitlement to a loss of earnings allowance relates; and

                     (b)  the Commission is satisfied, on reasonable grounds, that it is impracticable for the applicant to furnish under subregulation (2) a certificate by that employer relating to the particulars referred to in paragraph (3) (a) that is relevant to that entitlement;

the Commission may require the applicant, instead of furnishing that certificate, to furnish such other evidence of those particulars as the applicant is reasonably capable of supplying.

8AA  Prescribed higher amount for subsection 123B (6) of the Act

                   For subsection 123B (6) of the Act, the higher amount of $40 000 is prescribed.

8A  Prescribed amount for paragraphs 170A (3) (a) and (b) of the Act

                   For paragraphs 170A (3) (a) and (b) of the Act, the prescribed amount is $467.50.

9  Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act

Definitions

             (1)  In this regulation:

attendant means:

                     (a)  a person who is authorised by the Commission under section 110 of the Act to accompany a veteran or a dependant of a deceased veteran as his or her attendant; or

                     (b)  a person who accompanies a person mentioned in subsection 132 (1), (3), (5) or (7) of the Act; or

                     (c)  if the Commission is of the view that it is reasonable for an applicant under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act to be accompanied by an attendant—a person who accompanies the applicant.

commercial accommodation means accommodation provided by a commercial establishment such as a hotel or motel.

entitled person means a person who is entitled to be paid travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act.

private accommodation means accommodation that is not commercial accommodation or subsidised accommodation.

residence, for a person at a time, means the permanent or temporary place of residence of that person at that time.

subsidised accommodation means accommodation provided on a cost‑recovery basis by an organisation that receives a subsidy for providing the accommodation, such as a hostel.

travel, for an entitled person, means travel referred to in section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act from his or her residence to his or her destination and return.

Composition of travel expenses

             (2)  Subject to this regulation, and to regulations 9AD and 9AE, travelling expenses comprise the amount required to reimburse in whole or part expenditure on:

                     (a)  transport; or

                     (b)  accommodation; or

                     (c)  meals;

necessarily incurred by or on behalf of an entitled person in connection with travel mentioned in section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act.

             (3)  Subject to subregulations (4) and (4A), and regulation 9AD, the amount of travelling expenses payable to an entitled person in relation to transport for travel will not exceed an amount calculated by the Commission as the cost of travel by the most appropriate form of transport over the relevant distance.

Note:          For the calculation of the cost of transport, see subregulation (11).

             (4)  Subject to regulation 9AD, if the cost incurred by an entitled person in relation to transport for travel mentioned in subregulation (3) is less than the amount calculated by the Commission under that subregulation, the cost will be the amount of travelling expenses payable to that person for transport.

          (4A)  If an entitled person incurs parking fees at or near 1 or more places to which the person has travelled for a purpose mentioned in section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act, the travelling expenses payable to the person are the costs necessarily incurred.

Forms of transport

             (5)  For subregulation (3), the most appropriate form of transport is the form determined by the Commission with reference to:

                     (a)  the forms of transport that were reasonably available to the person for the purpose of that travel; and

                     (b)  the cost of each of those forms of transport, including, if a form of transport was reasonably available in more than 1 class, differences in cost between those classes; and

                     (c)  the desirability of using the cheapest form of suitable transport for that travel; and

                     (d)  the degree of any mental or physical disablement of the person; and

                     (e)  the distance travelled; and

                      (f)  whether the route taken in that travel was the most direct, practical route;

as the most appropriate form of transport for that travel.

Relevant distance

             (6)  For subregulation (3), the relevant distance for travel by an entitled person under section 110 of the Act is:

                     (a)  if the distance from the residence of the entitled person to the treatment location is more than 50 km, the greater of:

                              (i)  the distance determined by the Commission to be the distance between the entitled person’s residence and the closest practical treatment location; and

                             (ii)  50 km; or

                     (b)  if the distance from the residence of the entitled person to the treatment location is 50 km or less—that distance.

             (9)  For subregulation (3), the relevant distance for travel under section 132 of the Act is the distance that in all the circumstances is reasonable.

           (10)  For subregulation (3), the relevant distance for travel under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act is the distance by the most direct practicable route from the entitled person’s residence to the place attended by that person to obtain relevant documentary medical evidence.

Cost of transport

           (11)  For this regulation, the cost of transport for travel between 2 places over the most direct route between the places is taken to be the following:

                     (a)  for travel by private motor vehicle—26.7 cents per kilometre;

                     (b)  if paragraph (a) applies—the costs necessarily incurred by an entitled person for tolls paid in relation to travel by private motor vehicle;

                     (c)  for travel by any other means—the costs necessarily incurred by an entitled person.

Note:          Travelling expenses may be payable for travel outside Australia—see paragraph 132 (1) (d) of the Act. Travelling expenses outside Australia are not otherwise payable—see subsections 110 (3), 170B (3) and 196ZO (3) of the Act.

Accommodation and meals

           (12)  Subject to subregulations (13), (15) and (18), the amount of travelling expenses payable to an entitled person for each night’s accommodation and meals during travel is the following amount for whichever of the following kinds of accommodation was used on each night:

                     (a)  for commercial accommodation that is not in a capital city—$110.10 each night;

                     (b)  for commercial accommodation that is in a capital city—$130.80 each night;

                     (c)  for subsidised accommodation—$68.80 each night;

                     (d)  for private accommodation—$34.40 each night.

           (13)  If an entitled person, not being an attendant, and an attendant share commercial accommodation for a night, the amount of travelling expenses payable to the entitled person for the night’s accommodation and meals for both the person and the attendant is $178.90.

           (15)  The amount of travelling expenses payable to an entitled person for meals during travel on a day on which overnight accommodation is not required is:

                     (a)  if the distance from the residence of the entitled person to the person’s destination exceeds 50 km but does not exceed 200 km—$10.90 each day; or

                     (b)  if the distance from the residence of the entitled person to the person’s destination exceeds 200 km—$22.10 each day.

Attendant entitlements

           (16)  If an attendant accompanies a veteran or a dependant of a deceased veteran to a hospital or other institution to which the veteran or dependant is admitted, the attendant is entitled to payment of travelling expenses in accordance with subregulation (17), in addition to the expenses payable for the journeys to and from the hospital or other institution with the veteran or dependant:

                     (a)  to return to his or her residence at the time of the admission; and

                     (b)  to return to the hospital or other institution when the veteran or dependant is discharged.

           (17)  The travelling expenses payable to an attendant under subregulation (16):

                     (a)  are based on the same mode of transport as was used to accompany the veteran or dependant; and

                     (b)  include any applicable amounts for accommodation and meals.

           (18)  If an attendant accompanies a veteran or a dependant of a deceased veteran to a hospital or other institution to which the veteran or dependant is admitted, and the attendant stays in commercial accommodation, subsidised accommodation or private accommodation while the veteran or dependant is in the hospital or other institution, the attendant is entitled to payment of travelling expenses, in addition to the expenses payable for the journeys to and from the hospital or other institution with the veteran or dependant, equal to the lesser of:

                     (a)  the travelling expenses that would have been payable under subregulation (16), excluding any amounts for accommodation and meals, if the attendant had returned home and returned to the hospital or other institution using a private motor vehicle; and

                     (b)  the travelling expenses payable under subregulation (12) for the period from the admission of the veteran or dependant until his or her discharge.

Examples

1   A veteran and attendant drive by private motor vehicle to an appointment 100 km from home, and return on the same day. The travelling expenses are:

Veteran:

meals

$10.90

paragraph 9 (15) (a)

 

transport

$53.40

subregulation 9 (4A) and paragraphs 9 (11) (a) and (b) — 200 km @ 26.7c/km plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

Attendant:

meals

$10.90

paragraph 17 (b)

Total:

 

$75.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

 

2   A veteran and attendant drive by private motor vehicle to an appointment in a capital city 300 km from home, stay overnight in non‑shared commercial accommodation, and return the next day. The travelling expenses are:

Veteran:

accommodation and meals

(1st day)

$130.80

paragraph 9 (12) (b)

 

meals (2nd day)

$22.10

paragraph 9 (15) (b)

 

transport

$160.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

subregulation 9 (4A) and paragraphs 9 (11) (a) and (b) — 600 km @ 26.7c/km plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

Attendant:

accommodation and meals

(1st day)

$130.80

paragraph 17 (b)

 

meals (2nd day)

$22.10

paragraph 17 (b)

Total:

 

$466.00

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

 

3   A veteran and attendant drive by private motor vehicle to an appointment in a capital city 300 km from home, and stay overnight in non‑shared commercial accommodation. The veteran is admitted to a hospital the next morning. The attendant returns home and comes back to collect the veteran, staying in commercial accommodation the night before the veteran is discharged. The travelling expenses are:

Amount set out in example 2

$466.00

 

Less (for the veteran’s meals on 2nd day)

$22.10

 

Subtotal

$443.90

 

Plus

 

 

 

Veteran:

meals on return journey

$22.10

paragraph 9 (15) (b)

Attendant:

transport

$160.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

subregulation 9 (4A), paragraphs 9 (11) (a) and (b) and subregulation 9 (16) — 600 km @ 26.7c/km plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

 

meals

$22.10

subregulation 9 (16)

 

accommodation and meals

$130.80

subregulation 9 (16)

Total:

$779.10

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

 

4   The situation is the same as in example 3, except that the attendant stays in commercial accommodation while the veteran is in the hospital (2 nights). The travelling expenses are:

Amount set out in example 2

$466.00

 

Less (for the veteran’s meals on 2nd day)

$22.10

 

Subtotal

$443.90

 

Plus

 

 

 

Veteran:

meals on return journey

$22.10

paragraph 9 (15) (b)

Attendant:

The lesser of:

 

 

 

(a)  transport home and back to the hospital; or

$160.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

subregulation 9 (4A), paragraphs 9 (11) (a) and (b) and 9 (18) (a)

 

 

 

 

 

(b)  2 nights commercial accommodation

$261.60

paragraph 9 (18) (b)

Total:

$626.20 or

$727.60

(for both totals: plus the cost of tolls and parking fees)

 

5   The situation is the same as in example 3 except that the attendant stays in subsidised accommodation and stays in subsidised accommodation while the veteran is in the hospital (2 nights). The travelling expenses are:

Amount set out in example 2 (as if in subsidised accommodation)

$342.00

paragraph 12 (c)

Less (for the veteran’s meals on 2nd day)

$22.10

 

Subtotal

$319.90

 

Plus

 

 

 

Veteran:

meals on return journey

$22.10

paragraph 9 (15) (b)

Attendant:

The lesser of:

 

 

 

(a)   transport home and back to the hospital; or

$160.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

subregulation 9 (4A), paragraphs 9 (11) (a) and  (b) and 9 (18) (a)

 

(b)   2 nights subsidised accommodation

$137.60

paragraph 9 (18) (b)

Total:

$502.20 or $479.60

(for both totals: plus the cost of tolls and parking fees)

 

6   The situation is the same as in example 3 except that the attendant stays in private accommodation and stays in private accommodation while the veteran is in the hospital (2 nights). The travelling expenses are:

Amount set out in example 2 (as if in `private accommodation)

$273.20

paragraph 12 (d)

Less (for the veteran’s meals on 2nd day)

$22.10

 

Subtotal

$251.10

 

Plus

 

 

 

Veteran:

meals on return journey

$22.10

paragraph 9 (15) (b)

Attendant:

The lesser of:

 

 

 

(a)   transport home and back to the hospital; or

$160.20

plus the cost of tolls and parking fees

subregulation 9 (4A), paragraphs 9 (11) (a), 9 (11) (b) and 9 (18) (a)

 

(b)   2 nights private accommodation

$68.80

paragraph 9 (18) (b)

Total:

$433.40 or $342.00

(for both totals: plus the cost of tolls and parking fees)

 

9AA  Annual increase in rates

                   Despite any other provision of these regulations, a rate prescribed by subregulation 9 (11), (12), (13) or (15) is increased, as applicable, in accordance with regulation 9AB, on each anniversary of 1 July 2006.

9AB  Calculation of increase

             (1)  In this regulation:

CPI number means the All Groups Consumer Price Index number (that is, the weighted average of the 8 Australian capital cities) published by the Australian Statistician.

earlier CPI number, for a financial year, means the CPI number for the last March quarter before the beginning of the financial year.

latest CPI number, for a financial year, means the CPI number for the last March quarter before the end of the financial year.

rate means a rate prescribed by subregulation 9 (11), (12), (13) or (15).

relevant financial year means a financial year beginning on or after 1 July 2006.

relevant rate, for a financial year, means the rate applying in the financial year.

             (2)  If, for a relevant financial year, the latest CPI number is greater than the earlier CPI number, a rate is taken to increase, on 1 July of the next financial year, in accordance with the following formula:

             (3)  If, apart from this subregulation, a rate prescribed by subregulation 9 (11) and increased under subregulation (2) is not a multiple of 0.1 cents, the rate is to be rounded to the nearest multiple of 0.1 cents and, if the amount to be rounded is 0.05 cents, rounded up.

             (4)  If, apart from this subregulation, a rate prescribed by subregulation 9 (12), (13) or (15) and increased under subregulation (2) is not a multiple of 10 cents, the rate is to be rounded to the nearest multiple of 10 cents and, if the amount to be rounded is 5 cents, rounded up.

             (5)  If, at any time, whether before or after the commencement of this regulation, the Australian Statistician publishes for a particular March quarter a CPI number in substitution for a CPI number previously published by the Australian Statistician for the quarter, the publication of the later CPI number is to be disregarded for this regulation.

             (6)  However, if, at any time, whether before or after the commencement of this regulation, the Australian Statistician changes the reference base for the Consumer Price Index, then, in applying this regulation after the change is made, regard is to be had only to numbers published in terms of the new reference base.

9AC  Travelling expenses under section 170B of the Act—interpretation

             (1)  In this regulation and regulations 9AD, 9AE and 9AF:

application, in relation to an entitled person, means an application in accordance with subsection 170B (5) or 196ZO (5) of the Act for the payment of travelling expenses.

             (2)  In this regulation and regulations 9AD, 9AE, 9AF, 9AG and 9AH:

entitled person means an applicant or an attendant who is entitled to be paid travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act.

9AD  Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—up to $500

                   The total amount, not exceeding $500, of an entitled person’s travelling expenses is payable to the person if:

                     (a)  he or she applies to the Commission for payment of travelling expenses up to $500 (whether the application is made before or after travel); and

                     (b)  the application is accompanied by written evidence of his or her travelling expenses.

9AE  Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—over $500

             (1)  Subregulation (2) applies if:

                     (a)  an entitled person applies to the Commission for payment of travelling expenses over $500 (whether the application is made before or after travel); and

                     (b)  the person’s application is accompanied by written evidence of his or her travelling expenses.

             (2)  The amount payable to the person, as soon as practicable after receipt of the application by the Commission, is the lesser of:

                     (a)  the amount of his or her travelling expenses; and

                     (b)  the amount calculated by the Commission, in accordance with regulations 9, 9AM and 9AN, as the amount of travelling expenses payable to the person.

             (3)  The Commission must notify an entitled person of a decision it makes under subregulation (2) as soon as practicable after the Commission receives that person’s application.

9AF  Travelling expenses under section 170B or 196ZO of the Act—request for written evidence

             (1)  Subregulation (2) applies if:

                     (a)  not later than 6 months after an entitled person completes his or her travel, the Commission requests that person to give to the Commission written evidence of his or her travelling expenses; and

                     (b)  the person does not give the Commission the written evidence within 3 months after the request was made.

             (2)  The Commission may:

                     (a)  if the person has not been paid travelling expenses in advance under section 170C or 196ZP of the Act—refuse to authorise the payment of travelling expenses; or

                     (b)  if the person has been paid travelling expenses in advance under section 170C or 196ZP of the Act—request the person to repay to the Commonwealth the amount of the advance.

Note:          Subsections 170C (2) and 196ZP (2) of the Act provide that a person in receipt of an advance for travelling expenses under subsection 170C (1) or 196ZP (1) of the Act, as the case requires, is liable to repay to the Commonwealth all or any part of the advance that represents an amount for which travelling expenses were not incurred.

             (3)  The Commission must notify an entitled person of a decision it makes under subregulation (2) as soon as practicable after the Commission receives that person’s application.

9AG  Reconsideration of decisions—initiated by the Commission

                   If the Commission is satisfied that information given to the Commission when it made a decision under regulation 9, 9AD or 9AE is false or misleading in a relevant detail, the Commission may, in its discretion:

                     (a)  reconsider the decision; and

                     (b)  if it decides that an amount of travelling expenses has been paid that would not have been paid but for the false or misleading statement or representation—request the entitled person to repay to the Commonwealth an amount equal to that amount.

Note 1:       The effect of section 205 of the Act is that if a person is paid a pension, allowance or other pecuniary benefit under the Act because of a false statement or representation to the Commission by that person, procedures are prescribed enabling the Commission to recover from that person an amount equal to the amount of the pension, allowance or other pecuniary benefit paid.

Note 2:       The effect of section 208 of the Act is that if a person is paid a pension, allowance or other pecuniary benefit under the Act because of a false or misleading statement to the Commission by that person, the person is guilty of an offence that is punishable, on conviction, by a fine or imprisonment or both.

9AH  Reconsideration of decisions—initiated by entitled persons

             (1)  An entitled person who is dissatisfied with a decision of the Commission under regulation 9, 9AE or 9AF may request the Commission to reconsider the decision.

             (2)  A request for reconsideration of a decision must:

                     (a)  be in writing; and

                     (b)  set out the grounds on which the request is made; and

                     (c)  be made to the Commission within 3 months after the day on which the person seeking reconsideration was notified of the decision.

             (3)  If the Commission has delegated its powers under this regulation to the person who made a decision under reconsideration, that person must not reconsider the decision.

9AI  Commission’s duty if a request for reconsideration made

             (1)  If the Commission receives a request under regulation 9AH, the Commission must affirm the decision or set it aside:

                     (a)  within 3 months after receipt of the request; or

                     (b)  within such longer period as is agreed in writing by the person who made the request.

             (2)  If the Commission sets aside a decision first made under regulation 9, 9AE or 9AF, it must make a decision in place of the decision set aside.

9AJ  Commission must make written record of reconsidered decision and reasons

             (1)  When the Commission reconsiders a decision referred to in regulation 9AG or 9AH, it must make a written record of the reconsidered decision.

             (2)  The written record must include a statement that:

                     (a)  sets out the Commission’s findings on relevant questions of fact; and

                     (b)  refers to the evidence or other material on which those findings are based; and

                     (c)  provides reasons for the Commission’s decision.

9AK  Written record to be given to person who requested reconsideration

                   As soon as practicable after the Commission reconsiders a decision referred to in regulation 9AG or 9AH, it must give to the person who requested reconsideration of the decision a copy of the written record referred to in regulation 9AJ.

9AL  Review by Administrative Appeals Tribunal

             (1)  Application under the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for a review of a decision of the Commission under regulation 9AG or 9AI.

             (2)  An application under subregulation (1) must be made within 3 months after the day on which the person seeking review was notified of the Commission’s decision.

9AM  Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act to 1 destination for 2 or more purposes

                   Despite regulations 9, 9AD and 9AE, if a person who is entitled to be paid travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act travels to 1 destination for 2 or more purposes referred to in section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act, the amount of travelling expenses that that person is entitled to be paid is the greatest amount payable under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act for 1 of those purposes.

Note:          For example, a person who travels to a medical practice to obtain relevant documentary medical evidence as well as for treatment will only be paid the greatest amount of travelling expenses payable under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act for that travel.

9AN  Travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act to more than 1 location within the same town or city

                   Despite regulations 9, 9AD and 9AE, if a person who is entitled to be paid travelling expenses under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act travels to more than 1 location in the same city or town for a purpose or purposes referred to in section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act, the amount of travelling expenses that that person is entitled to be paid is:

                     (a)  the greatest amount payable under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act for travel to the city or town; and

                     (b)  the greatest amount payable under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act for travel between each location within that city or town.

Note:          For example, a person who travels to a medical practice in a city for treatment, and then goes to another location in the same city for a medical examination before returning home, will only be paid once for the return travel to the city, and once for the travel from the medical practice to the other location (being the greatest amount of travelling expenses payable under section 110, 132, 170B or 196ZO of the Act for that travel).

9A  Address of Commission

                   For subsection 140 (2A) of the Act, the following addresses are prescribed:

                     (a)  for service by post:

Office of the Assistant Secretary

Determination Support & Reviews Branch

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

GPO Box 9998

SYDNEY NSW 2001

                     (b)  for service in person:

Office of the Assistant Secretary

Determination Support & Reviews Branch

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Tower B

Centennial Plaza

280 Elizabeth Street

SYDNEY NSW 2010

10  Summons under subsection 151 (2) of the Act

                   A summons under subsection 151 (2) of the Act:

                     (a)  may be in accordance with Form 3; and

                     (b)  may be served on a person by:

                              (i)  delivering a copy of the summons to the person personally; and

                             (ii)  showing the original of the summons to the person at the time at which the copy is delivered.

11  Allowances payable to members of the Veterans’ Review Board

                   For subsection 160 (2) of the Act, the following allowances are prescribed for a member of the Veterans’ Review Board:

                     (a)  allowances as determined by the Remuneration Tribunal in respect of a member of the Veterans’ Review Board;

                     (b)  allowances (other than those mentioned in paragraph (a)) that are payable to a person appointed or engaged under the Public Service Act 1999.

12  Fees for witnesses

                   For the purposes of subsection 171 (1) of the Act, the fees, and allowances for expenses, a person, other than the applicant, summoned to appear as a witness at a hearing before the Board, is entitled to be paid in respect of his or her attendance are the fees, and allowances for expenses other than expenses in respect of travel undertaken outside Australia, in respect of the attendance, that are determined by the member of the Board presiding at the hearing in accordance with the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Regulation 2015.

13  Allowances payable to commissioners of the Repatriation Commission

                   For subsection 185 (2) of the Act, the following allowances are prescribed for a commissioner of the Repatriation Commission:

                     (a)  allowances as determined by the Remuneration Tribunal in respect of a member of the Repatriation Commission;

                     (b)  allowances (other than those mentioned in paragraph (a)) that are payable to a person appointed or engaged under the Public Service Act 1999.

13A  Prescribed amount for paragraphs 196ZN (2) (a) and (b)

                   For paragraphs 196ZN (2) (a) and (b) of the Act, the prescribed amount is $467.50.

14  Contributions

                   For the purposes of subsection 200 (3) of the Act, all moneys accepted by the Commission in accordance with subsection 200 (1) of the Act shall be credited to a bank account nominated by the Commission.

15  Investment of moneys held by Commission

                   All moneys vested in the Commission as trustee pending application in accordance with the trust, or for the purpose of deriving income for application in accordance with the trust, may be invested by the Commission:

                     (a)  in securities of the Commonwealth;

                     (b)  in securities of the States;

                     (c)  in loans to local governing bodies in Australia;

                     (d)  upon mortgage of land in Australia of an estate in fee simple or upon mortgage of leasehold interests in such land; or

                     (e)  in any other manner for the time being allowed by any Act or State Act for the investment of trust funds in Australia.

15A  Prescribed educational scheme

                   For paragraph (j) of the definition of prescribed educational scheme in subsection 205 (8) of the Act, the Veterans’ Children Education Scheme, prepared under section 117 of the Act, is prescribed.

16  Approved forms

                   The Commission may approve forms for the purposes of these regulations.


Schedule 1Forms

Form 1Summons

(regulation 3)

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS

SUMMONS

In the matter of the application by

for a pension or increased pension

To: (name and address of witness)

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED pursuant to subsection 32 (1) of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 to appear before the Repatriation Commission or a person to whom the Commission has delegated its powers under section 213 of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 at (place, time and date of hearing) and on each subsequent day of the hearing conducted in relation to the above‑mentioned application until you are excused or released from further attendance to give evidence ( * and to produce the following documents:)

(Signature of person issuing summons and capacity in which that person issues the summons)

Date

* Omit if inapplicable

Form 2Summons

(regulation 4)

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS

SUMMONS

In the matter of the application by

for review of a decision of the Repatriation Commission

To: (name and address of witness)

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED pursuant to subsection 57F (2) of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 to appear before the Repatriation Commission or a person to whom the Commission has delegated its powers under section 213 of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 at (place, time and date of hearing) and on each subsequent day of the hearing conducted in relation to the above‑mentioned matter until you are excused or released from further attendance to give evidence ( * and to produce the following documents:)

(Signature of person issuing summons and capacity in which that person issues the summons)

Date

* Omit if inapplicable

Form 3Summons

(regulation 10)

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS REGULATIONS

SUMMONS

In the matter of the application by

for review of a decision of the Repatriation Commission

To: (name and address of witness)

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED pursuant to subsection 151 (2) of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 to appear before the Veterans’ Review Board at (place, time and date of hearing) and on each subsequent day of the hearing of the above‑mentioned proceeding until you are excused or released from further attendance to give evidence ( * and to produce the following documents:)

Presiding member

Date

 * Omit if inapplicable

Schedule 2Laws of States declared to be relevant laws and prescribed modifications of those laws

(regulation 6)

  

Table 1                Laws of New South Wales

 

Column 1 Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3 Modifications

1

Subsections 13 (1) (other than subparagraph (b) (iii), (3) (other than paragraph (h))
and (4), subsections 14 (1) (other than paragraph (b)), (2), (3), (4) and (5) (other than paragraph (b)) and sections 48, 49 and 50 of the Coroners Act, 1980

 

2

Definition of senior available next of kin in subsection 4 (1) of the Human Tissue Act, 1983

 

3

Subsection 5 (1) of the Human Tissue Act, 1983

(a) Omit “governing body of a hospital” (wherever occurring), substitute “Repatriation Commission”

 

 

(b) Omit “governing body” (wherever occurring), substitute “Repatriation Commission”

4

Sections 28, 29, 30, 31, 33 and 35 of the Human Tissue Act, 1983

 

5

Subregulation 6 (1) of the Human Tissue Regulation, 1984

 

6

Paragraph 6 (2) (other than paragraph (b)) of the Human Tissue Regulation, 1984

Omit “executive”

7

Subsections 4F (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (8) and (11) and 4G (1), (2), (3), (7) and (14) of the Motor Traffic Act, 1909

 

8

Regulations 137 and 138 of the Motor Traffic Regulations, 1935

 

9

Sections 23 and 24 (other than paragraph (7C) (a)) of the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act, 1973

 

Table 2                Laws of Victoria

 

Column 1 Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3
Modifications

1

Subsection 6 (1) (other than paragraph (b)) of the Coroners Act  1958

Omit all the words from and including “or in prison” to and including “1968”

2

Subsections 6A (1), (2) and (3) of the Coroners Act 1958

 

3

Subsection 6A (4) of the Coroners Act 1958

Omit all the words from and including “or has died in prison” to and including “1968”

4

Sections 26, 27 and 28 of the Coroners Act 1958

 

5

Definitions of designated officer and senior available next of kin in subsection 3 (1), and sections 4, 28, 29, 30, 31, 41 and 43, of the Human Tissue Act 1982

 

6

Section 80DA (other than subsections (5) and (6)) and subsection 80F (9) of the Motor Car Act 1958

 

7

Regulations 1400, 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1406, 1407, 1408, 1409, 1410, 1411, 1412, and 1413 of, and Schedules 84, 84A, 86 and 87 to, the Motor Car Regulations 1984

 

8

Sections 18 and 19 of, and the Third Schedule to, the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act  1959

 

Table 3                Laws of Queensland

 

Column 1 Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3 Modifications

1

Section 7 (other than paragraphs (1) (b) and (d)) of The Coroners Act of 1958

Omit from paragraph (1) (c) “inquiry; or”, substitute “inquiry”

2

Subsection 11 (1) of The Coroners Act of 1958

Omit “or in paragraph (b)”

3

Subsection 11 (2) and sections 12 and 13 of The Coroners Act of 1958

 

4

Subsection 18 (1) of The Coroners Act of 1958

(a) Omit all the words from and including “purpose of” to and including “born alive”, substitute “purpose of an inquiry or inquest under this Act into the death of any person,”

 

 

(b) Omit all the words from and including “, and if so directed” to and including “shall forthwith”

5

Subsection 18 (2) of The Coroners Act of 1958

Omit “section seventeen of this Act or of”

6

Subsection 18 (3) of The Coroners Act of 1958

Omit “and by direction of the Minister shall forthwith,”

7

Subsections 18 (4) and (5) of The Coroners Act of 1958

 

8

Subsection 18 (6) of The Coroners Act of 1958

Omit all the words from and including “Every medical practitioner” to and including “may be prescribed”

9

Subsections 18 (7), (8) and (9) and sections 33 and 34 of The Coroners Act of 1958

 

10

Sections 30 and 31 of The Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act of 1962

 

11

Definition of senior available next of kin in subsection 4 (1), sections 6 (other than subsection (1)), 26, 27, 28 (other than paragraph (1) (b)), 29 and subsections 30 (2) and (4), Part VIII and section 46 of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act 1979

 

Table 4                Laws of Western Australia

 

Column 1 Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3 Modifications

1

Subsection 6 (1) of the Coroners Act, 1920

Omit “in prison, or while detained in any hospital for the insane, or”

2

Sections 38 and 39 of the Coroners Act, 1920

 

3

Section 40 of the Coroners Act, 1920

Omit from subsection (2) all the words from and including “made of” to and including “child—”, substitute “made of a body of any person who has died a sudden death of which the cause is unknown”

4

Section 46 of the Coroners Act, 1920

 

5

Definition of senior available next of kin in subsection 3 (1), subsections 4 (1) and (3), 5 (1), (2), (3) and (6), and sections 25, 26, 27, 28 and 31 of the Human Tissue and Transplant Act 1982

 

6

Sections 32, 41 and 44 of the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act, 1961

 

Table 5                Laws of South Australia

 

Column 1 Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3 Modifications

1

Sections 29, 32 and 39 of, and the Seventh, Thirteenth and Fifteenth Schedules to, the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act, 1966

 

2

Paragraph 12 (a), subsection 13 (1) (other than paragraph (d)) and (2), section 15 (other than paragraph (a)) and sections 31 and 32 of the Coroners Act, 1975

 

3

The Death (Definition) Act, 1983

 

4

Section 47i (other than subsections (11), (12), (13), (14), (14a), (14b), (17) and (19)) of the Road Traffic Act, 1961

 

5

Subsection 47i (19) of the Road Traffic Act, 1961

Omit the definition of hospital

6

Regulation 2 of, and Schedule 1 to, the Road Traffic (Blood Analysis) Regulations 1973

 

7

Definition of senior available next of kin in subsection 5 (1) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

 

8

Subsection 25 (1) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

Omit “designated officer for a hospital”, substitute “Deputy Medical Superintendent”

9

Subsections 25 (2), (3) and (4) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

Omit “designated officer” (wherever occurring), substitute “Deputy Medical Superintendent”

10

Subsection 25 (5) and section 26 of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

 

11

Subsection 27 (1) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

(a) Omit “designated officer for a hospital”, substitute “Deputy Medical Superintendent”

 

 

(b) Omit “designated officer” (second occurring), substitute “Deputy Medical Superintendent”

12

Subsections 27 (2), (3), (4) and (5) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

 

13

Subsection 28 (1) of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

Omit “designated officer for the hospital”, substitute “Deputy Medical Superintendent”

14

Subsection 28 (2) and section 36 of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act, 1983

 

Table 6                Laws of Tasmania

 

Column 1
Item

Column 2
Laws

Column 3
Modifications

1

Section 9, subsections 10 (1), (2), (3) and (4), subsections 11 (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) (other than paragraph (a)), sections 12, 15, 17 and 18 of the Anatomy Act 1964

 

2

Subsection 7 (1) (other than paragraphs (b) and (c)), subsections 14 (1) (other than paragraph (b)) and (2), subsections 30 (2), (3), (4) and (5), sections 31, 32 and 33 and subsection 47 (1) of the Coroners Act  1957

 

3

Sections 25 and 34 of the Registration of Births and Deaths Act 1895

 


Endnotes

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

The endnotes provide information about this compilation and the compiled law.

The following endnotes are included in every compilation:

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

Endnote 3—Legislation history

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Endnotes about misdescribed amendments and other matters are included in a compilation only as necessary.

Abbreviation key—Endnote 2

The abbreviation key sets out abbreviations that may be used in the endnotes.

Legislation history and amendment history—Endnotes 3 and 4

Amending laws are annotated in the legislation history and amendment history.

The legislation history in endnote 3 provides information about each law that has amended (or will amend) the compiled law. The information includes commencement details for amending laws and details of any application, saving or transitional provisions that are not included in this compilation.

The amendment history in endnote 4 provides information about amendments at the provision (generally section or equivalent) level. It also includes information about any provision of the compiled law that has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law.

Misdescribed amendments

A misdescribed amendment is an amendment that does not accurately describe the amendment to be made. If, despite the misdescription, the amendment can be given effect as intended, the amendment is incorporated into the compiled law and the abbreviation “(md)” added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

If a misdescribed amendment cannot be given effect as intended, the abbreviation “(md not incorp)” is added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

 

A = Act

o = order(s)

ad = added or inserted

Ord = Ordinance

am = amended

orig = original

amdt = amendment

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

c = clause(s)

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

C[x] = Compilation No. x

pres = present

Ch = Chapter(s)

prev = previous

def = definition(s)

(prev…) = previously

Dict = Dictionary

Pt = Part(s)

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

Div = Division(s)

Reg = Regulation/Regulations

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

reloc = relocated

    effect

renum = renumbered

F = Federal Register of Legislative Instruments

rep = repealed

gaz = gazette

rs = repealed and substituted

LI = Legislative Instrument

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

Sch = Schedule(s)

(md) = misdescribed amendment can be given

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

    effect

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

(md not incorp) = misdescribed amendment

SR = Statutory Rules

    cannot be given effect

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

mod = modified/modification

SubPt = Subpart(s)

No. = Number(s)

underlining = whole or part not

 

    commenced or to be commenced

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Number and year

FRLI registration or gazettal

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

1986 No. 97

22 May 1986

22 May 1986

 

1986 No. 202

31 July 1986

1 Aug 1986

1987 No. 122

15 June 1987

r. 4(2): 1 July 1987
Remainder: 15 June 1987

1987 No. 178

2 Sept 1987

2 Sept 1987

1988 No. 50

8 Apr 1988

never commenced (r 1)

as repealed by

 

 

 

1989 No 104

26 May 1989

r 1(1): 22 May 1988 (r 1(2))

 

1988 No. 138

24 June 1988

1 July 1988

1988 No. 335

14 Dec 1988

14 Dec 1988

1989 No. 104

26 May 1989

r 1(1): 22 May 1988
Remainder: 26 May 1989

1989 No. 125

21 June 1989

21 June 1989

1991 No. 33

6 Mar 1991

6 Mar 1991

1991 No. 241

31 July 1991

31 July 1991

1991 No. 280

30 Aug 1991

1 Sept 1991

1992 No. 75

19 Mar 1992

19 Mar 1992

1993 No. 220

17 Aug 1993

17 Aug 1993

1994 No. 24

18 Feb 1994

1 Jan 1994

r 4

1997 No. 372

15 Dec 1997

1 Jan 1998

r 5

1999 No. 34

2 Mar 1999

2 Mar 1999

2000 No. 187

12 July 2000

1 July 2000

r 4

2001 No. 72

12 Apr 2001

r 1–3 and Sch 1: 1 June 1999
Remainder: 12 Apr 2001

2001 No. 228

30 Aug 2001

30 Aug 2001

2003 No. 247

1 Oct 2003

1 Oct 2003

2004 No. 337

8 Dec 2004

8 Dec 2004

2007 No. 126

24 May 2007 (F2007L01433)

23 Mar 2007 (r 2)

2008 No. 75

19 May 2008 (F2008L01260)

20 May 2008 (r 2)

2012 No. 103

21 June 2012 (F2012L01280)

22 June 2012 (r 2)

2012 No. 236

15 Oct 2012 (F2012L02039)

16 Oct 2012 (s 2)

No 95, 2015

26 June 2015 (F2015L00953)

Sch 1 (item 21): 1 July 2015 (s 2(1) item 1)

 

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Provision affected

How affected

r. 1......................................

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 2......................................

am. 1993 No. 220

r. 4......................................

am. 1991 No. 241

r. 5......................................

am. 1986 No. 202; 1987 No. 122

r. 6AA.................................

ad. 2001 No. 72

r. 6A....................................

ad. 1991 No. 33

 

rs. 2001 No. 72

r. 8......................................

am. 1987 No. 122

r. 8AA.................................

ad. 2001 No. 228

r. 8A....................................

ad. 2001 No. 72

Heading to r. 9.....................

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9......................................

am. 1986 No. 202; 1987 Nos. 122 and 178; 1988 No. 138; 1991 No. 280; 1994 No. 24; 1997 No. 372; 1999 No. 34; 2000 No. 187; 2004 No. 337

 

rs. 2007 No. 126

 

am. 2012 No. 103

r. 9AA.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 2007 No. 126

r. 9AB.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 2007 No. 126

r. 9AC.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 1999 No. 34

Heading to r. 9AD...............

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AD.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

Heading to r. 9AE................

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AE.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

Heading to r. 9AF................

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AF..................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 1999 No. 34

Note to r. 9AF.....................

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AG.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

r. 9AH.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

r. 9AI..................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AJ..................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

r. 9AK.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

r. 9AL.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

Heading to r. 9AM...............

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AM................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 1999 No. 34

Note to r. 9AM....................

am. 1999 No. 34

Heading to r. 9AN...............

rs. 1999 No. 34

r. 9AN.................................

ad. 1997 No. 372

 

am. 1999 No. 34

Note to r. 9AN.....................

am. 1999 No. 34

r. 9A....................................

ad. 1987 No. 122

 

am. 1988 No. 335; 1989 No. 125; 2001 No. 72

 

rs. 2008 No. 75; 2012 No. 236

r. 11....................................

rs. 2001 No. 72

r 12.....................................

am No 95, 2015

r. 13....................................

rs. 2001 No. 72

r. 13A..................................

ad. 2001 No. 72

r. 14....................................

am. 1992 No. 75

r. 14A..................................

ad. 1989 No. 104

 

rep. 1992 No. 75

r. 15A..................................

ad. 2003 No. 247

Schedule 1...........................

am. 1991 No. 241