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Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992

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No. 5 of 1992 Ordinances/Cocos (Keeling) Islands as amended, taking into account amendments up to Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Amendment (Industrial Relations) Ordinance 2018
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Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992

Ordinance No. 5, 1992

made under the

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Act 1955

Compilation No. 11

Compilation date:                              1 May 2018

Includes amendments up to:            F2018L00231

Registered:                                         9 May 2018

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 1 May 2018 (the compilation date).

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 the Legislation Register (www.legislation.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 the Legislation Register 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.

Editorial changes

For more information about any editorial changes made in this compilation, see the endnotes.

Modifications

If the compiled law is modified by another law, the compiled law operates as modified but the modification does not amend the text of the law. Accordingly, this compilation does not show the text of the compiled law as modified. For more information on any modifications, see the series page on the Legislation Register for the compiled law.

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If a provision of the compiled law has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law, details are included in the endnotes.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 Ordinance............................................................................. 1

3............ Amendments of applied laws.............................................................. 1

6............ The applied laws specified in Schedule 4 are repealed........................ 1

7............ Revival of applied laws omitted from Schedule 4 (Repealed applied laws)              1

Schedule 1—Amendments of applied laws                                         2

Part 1—Administration Act 1903 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                              2

Part 2—Associations Incorporation Act 1987 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                    3

Part 3—Bread Act 1982 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                                   4

Part 4—Business Names Act 1962 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                             5

Part 5—Children’s Court of Western Australia Act 1988 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)             6

Part 6—Coroners Act 1996 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                           7

Part 7—Criminal Code Act Compilation Act 1913 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)        8

Part 8—Debits Tax Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                        9

Part 9—Debits Tax Assessment Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                           10

Part 10—District Court of Western Australia Act 1989 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)  12

Part 10A—Duties Act 2008 (WA) (CKI)                                                               13

Part 11—Explosives and Dangerous Goods Act 1961 (W.A.)(C.K.I.) 14

Part 12—Financial Institutions Duty Act 1983 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                15

Part 13—Financial Institutions Duty Regulations 1984 (W.A.)(C.K.I.) 18

Part 14—Family Court Act 1975 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                             19

Part 16—Limitation Act 1935 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                    20

Part 17—Medical Act 1894 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                          23

Part 20—Navigable Waters Regulations (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                             24

Part 21—Nurses Act 1968 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                            25

Part 22—Pay‑roll Tax Act 1971 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                26

Part 23—Pay‑roll Tax Assessment Act 1971 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                     27

Part 24—Pharmacy Act 1964 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                     29

Part 25—Physiotherapists Act 1950 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                       30

Part 26—Podiatrists Registration Act 1984 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                       31

Part 27—Police Act 1892 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                               32

Part 28—Psychologists Registration Act 1976 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                 33

Part 29—Public and Bank Holidays Act 1972 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                 34

Second Schedule           Public Holidays and Bank Holidays                         35

Part 30—Public Trustee Act 1941 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                           36

Part 31—Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act 1961 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)            37

Part 32—Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                           38

Part 32A—Residential Tenancies Regulations 1989 (WA) (CKI)          39

4A......... Exemption for certain agreements entered into by Cocos (Keeling) Islands Shire Council       39

Part 33—Registration of Deeds Act 1856 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                           40

Part 34—Road Traffic Act 1974 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                              41

Part 35—Road Traffic Code 1975 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                          43

Part 36—Sentencing Act 1995 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                                   44

Part 36A—Shipping and Pilotage (Ports and Harbours) Regulations 1966 (WA) (CKI)                                                                                                                                      45

Part 37—Standard Survey Marks Act 1924 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                     47

Part 38—Supreme Court Act 1935 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                         48

Part 39—Tobacco Control Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                      49

Part 40—Transfer of Land Act 1893 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                    50

Part 41—Transport Co‑ordination Act 1966 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                   54

Part 42—Travel Agents Act 1985 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                            55

Part 43—Valuation of Land Act 1978 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                  56

Part 44—Weights and Measures Act 1915 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                         57

Part 45—Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)               58

Part 46—Young Offenders Act 1994 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)                                    59

Schedule 4—Repealed applied laws                                                         60

Endnotes                                                                                                                                    62

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                            62

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                63

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                             64

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                           66

 


 

 

1  Name of Ordinance

                   This Ordinance is the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Ordinance 1992.

3  Amendments of applied laws

                   The applied laws specified in Schedule 1 are amended as set out in that Schedule.

6  The applied laws specified in Schedule 4 are repealed

                   The applied laws specified in Schedule 4 are repealed.

7  Revival of applied laws omitted from Schedule 4 (Repealed applied laws)

                   The omission from Schedule 4 (Repealed applied laws) of an applied law that was specified in the Schedule revives the application of that law in the Territory.


Schedule 1Amendments of applied laws

(section 3)

Part 1Administration Act 1903 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 60B

1.1           After section 60A, insert:

60B  Territory transition

             (1)  If probate of a will or the administration of an estate in the Territory:

                     (a)  was granted to, or vested in, the Official Assignee under the Probate and Administration Ordinance; and

                     (b)  was administered, held, managed or controlled by the Official Assignee under that Ordinance before 1 July 1992;

then the grant of probate or the administration of that estate is taken to be a grant of probate or administration to the Public Trustee under this Act.

             (2)  The Public Trustee must administer, hold, manage or control an estate referred to in subsection (1) in accordance with the law as in force in the Territory before 1 July 1992.

Part 2Associations Incorporation Act 1987 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Interpretation)

1.1           Subsection 3(1):

Insert the following definitions:

Companies (Western Australian) Code must be read as a reference to the ‘Corporations Law’.

2          Section 30 (Voluntary winding up)

2.1           Subsection 30(4):

Omit the subsection, substitute:

             (4)  The regulations may provide that the provisions of Part 5.5 of the Corporations Law relating to the voluntary winding up of companies apply with specified exclusions, additions and modifications to a winding up of an association under this section as if that Law was an Ordinance and as if the association was a company as defined in that Law.

3          Section 31 (Winding up by Court)

3.1           Subsection 31(3):

Omit the subsection, substitute:

             (3)  Subject to this Act and the regulations, the provisions of Part 5.4 of the Corporations Law apply, so far as they are applicable and with the prescribed modifications (if any), in relation to the winding up of an association by the Supreme Court as if the association was a company as defined in the Corporations Law.

4          New section 48A

4.1           After section 48, insert:

48A  Territory savings and transition

                   An association incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1987 (W.A.) is taken to be an incorporated association for the purposes of this Act.

Part 3Bread Act 1982 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 17A

1.1           After section 17, insert:

17A  Territory transition

                   If a baker who is required to hold a licence under this Act:

                     (a)  used or occupied a bakehouse in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for a licence under section 7 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the bakehouse is taken to be licensed under this Act until a licence is granted to the baker or the application is refused.

Part 4Business Names Act 1962 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 5A

1.1           After section 5, insert:

5A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to register a business name under this Act:

                     (a)  was carrying on business in the Territory under a business name, either alone or in association with other persons, immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration of the business name under section 7 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the business name is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 5Children’s Court of Western Australia Act 1988 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 5 (Establishment of Court)

1.1           Repeal the section.

2          Sections 6 to 18 (inclusive)

2.1           Sections 6 to 18 (inclusive) are repealed.

Part 6Coroners Act 1996 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Interpretation)

1.1           Definition of reportable death:

Omit ‘Western Australian’, substitute ‘Territory’.

1.2           Definition of reportable death (paragraph (i)):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.3           Definition of reportable death (paragraph (j)):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.4           Definition of Western Australian death:

Omit the definition.

1.5           Insert the following definitions:

coastal sea means:

                     (a)  the territorial sea adjacent to the Territory; and

                     (b)  the sea on the landward side of the territorial sea adjacent to the Territory and not within the limits of the Territory;

and includes the airspace over, and the sea‑bed and subsoil beneath, that sea.

Territory death means a death:

                     (a)  that occurred in the Territory or the coastal sea; or

                     (b)  where the body is in the Territory or the coastal sea; or

                     (c)  the cause of which occurred in the Territory or the coastal sea; or

                     (d)  of a person who was ordinarily residing in the Territory at the time of death.

2          Section 22 (Jurisdiction of coroner to hold inquest into a death)

2.1           Subsection 22(1):

Omit ‘Western Australian’, substitute ‘Territory’.

3          Section 30(Control of body)

3.1           Subsection 30(1):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

Part 7Criminal Code Act Compilation Act 1913 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Schedule                 The Criminal Code

1          Section 282 (Punishment of wilful murder and murder)

1.1           Paragraph 282(a):

Omit ‘mandatory’.

1.2           Paragraph 282(b):

Omit ‘mandatory’.

2          Section 400 (Definitions)

2.1           Subsections 400(3) and (4):

Omit the subsections.

3          Section 401 (Burglary)

3.1           Subsections 401(4), (5) and (6):

Omit the subsections.

Note:          Sections 297 and 378 of The Criminal Code, in their application to the Territory, are amended by the repeal of the Criminal Law Amendment Act 1992 (W.A.)(C.K.I.) by section 6 of this Ordinance.

Part 8Debits Tax Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Amendments—references to Western Australia

1.1           Amendments as set out in the following table:

 

Provision

omit

substitute

Paragraph 4(1)(c)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subparagraph 4(1)(c)(i)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subparagraph 4(1)(c)(ii)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 4(2)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Part 9Debits Tax Assessment Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Amendments—references to Western Australia

1.1           Amendments as set out in the following table:

 

Provision

omit

substitute

Subsection 3(1) (definition of excluded debit, subparagraph (a)(iii))

the State of Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 31) (definition of excluded debit, subparagraph (a)(iv))

the State of Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of excluded debit, sub‑subparagraph (b)(i)(A))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3 (1) (definition of excluded debit, sub‑subparagraph (b)(i)(B))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of exempt account)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of taxable account)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(2)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subparagraph 3(2)(a)(i)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subparagraph 3(2)(a)(ii)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Subparagraph 3(2)(b)(i)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subparagraph 3(2)(b)(ii)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Sub‑subparagraph 3(2)(b)(ii)(A)

Western Australia

the Territory

Sub‑subparagraph 3(2)(b)(ii)(B)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 3(2)(c)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(8)

the State of Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Commonwealth

Subsection 8(4)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 11(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 14(1)(b)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subparagraph 14(5)(a)(ii)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subparagraph 14(5)(b)(ii)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Paragraph 15(1)(b)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subparagraph 19(3)(b)(ii)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subsection 19(4)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subsection 26(1)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Paragraph 29(1)(d)

the State of Western Australia

the Commonwealth

Subsection 39(1)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Subsection 39(3)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 39(3)(b)

Western Australia

the Territory

Part 10District Court of Western Australia Act 1989 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 7 (Establishment of the Court)

1.1           Repeal the section.

2          Section 10 (The Judges of the Court)

2.1           Repeal the section.

3          Section 18 (Acting appointments)

3.1           Repeal the section.

4          Section 24 (Power to appoint Commissioners and Jurisdiction of Commissioners)

4.1           Repeal the section.

Part 10ADuties Act 2008 (WA) (CKI)

1          Section 142 (Transactions by first home owners that are concessional transactions)

1.1           Subparagraph 142(1)(a)(i) and (ii):

Omit the subparagraphs, substitute:

                     (a)  is, or becomes, a person to whom a first home owner grant would be, or would have been, payable if section 18 of the FHOG Act applied to the person in relation to the property; or

                     (b)  is, or becomes, a person to whom a first home owner grant would be, or would have been, payable in relation to the property if consideration had been given for the transfer of the property.

1.2           Paragraph 142(2)(a):

Omit the paragraph, substitute:

                     (a)  from a person who would have been excluded from the operation of the FHOG Act section 16(1); and

Part 11Explosives and Dangerous Goods Act 1961 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 17 (Notice of arrival of imported explosive)

1.1           Subsection 17(4):

Omit ‘Comptroller‑General of Customs of the Commonwealth,’, substitute ‘Comptroller of the Indian Ocean Territories Customs Service,’.

Part 12Financial Institutions Duty Act 1983 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Interpretation)

1.1           Subsection 3(1) (definition of another State):

Omit ‘other than Western Australia’.

1.2           After subsection 3(1), insert:

          (1A)  A reference in this Act to a provision of the Companies (Western Australia) Code or the Securities Industry (Western Australia) Code is a reference to the provision of the Corporations Law that corresponds to the provision of the relevant Code.

2          Section 6 (Act to bind Crown)

2.1           Omit the section.

3          Section 11 (Financial institutions duty and short term dealings)

3.1           Subsection 11(1):

Omit ‘the amount comprising one‑tenth of’.

3.2           Subsection 11(1):

Omit ‘Australian‑based’, substitute ‘Territory’.

4          Section 15 (Trust fund account)

4.1           Paragraph 15(1)(a):

Omit the paragraph, substitute:

                     (a)  that would be a dealer’s trust account for the purposes of the Corporations Law if that law were in force in the Territory; or

5          Section 27 (Returns by certified short term dealers)

5.1           Subsection 27(2):

Omit the subsection, substitute:

             (2)  For subsection (1), a return must:

                     (a)  be in a form approved by the Commissioner; and

                     (b)  contain the information required by the Commissioner.

6          Section 34 (Interpretation)

6.1           Add at the end:

             (2)  For section 35 and subsection 36(4), the question whether 2 corporations are related to each other is to be determined in the same manner as under the Corporations Law.

7          Section 35 (Grouping of corporations)

7.1           Subsection 35(1):

Omit ‘by reason of section 7(5) of the Companies (Western Australia) Code to be deemed, for the purposes of that Code, to be’.

7.2           Subsection 35(2):

Omit ‘deemed by reason of section 7(5) of the Companies (Western Australia) Code to be related for the purposes of that Code’, substitute ‘related’.

8          Section 36 (Grouping of commonly controlled businesses)

8.1           Subsection 36(4):

Omit ‘another corporation that is, by reason of section 7(5) of the Companies (Western Australia) Code to be deemed, for the purposes of that Code, to be related to it’, substitute ‘a related corporation’.

8A       Section 67 (Agents and trustees)

8A.1        Omit the section.

9          Other amendments—references to Western Australia

9.1           Amendments as set out in the following table:

 

Provision

omit

substitute

Subsection 3(1) (definition of agent)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of dutiable deposit)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of dutiable receipt)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of financial institution, subparagraph (a)(v))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of financial institution, subparagraph (a)(viii))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of financial institution, subparagraph (b)(i))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(1) (definition of financial institution, subparagraph (b)(iii))

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 3(19)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 3(19e)(a)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 5(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 10(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 12(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 12(2)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 14(6)(b)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 17(1)

Western Australia (twice occurring)

the Territory

Subparagraph 17(5)(b)(i)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 26(2)

Western Australia

the Territory

Section 43

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 66(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Section 68

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 68(c)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 68(d)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 69(1)

Western Australia

the Territory

Subsection 69(2)

Western Australia

the Territory

Part 13Financial Institutions Duty Regulations 1984 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Amendments—references to Western Australia

1.1           Amendments as set out in the following table:

 

Provision

omit

substitute

Paragraph 5(5)(a)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 5(5)(b)

Western Australia

the Territory

Paragraph 7I(b)

Western Australia

the Territory

Schedule 1

Western Australia

the Territory

Part 14Family Court Act 1975 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 6 (Creation of the Court)

1.1           Repeal the section.

2          Section 9 (Appointment of Judges)

2.1           Repeal the section.

3          Section 11 (Acting appointments)

3.1           Repeal the section.

Part 16Limitation Act 1935 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 38A (Extended limitation period in certain circumstances)

1.1           Subsection 38A(2):

Omit subsection (2), substitute:

             (2)  Where:

                     (a)  the period of limitation within which an action, suit or other proceeding may be brought would, but for this section, be fixed by section 38(1)(c) of this Act; and

                     (b)  the person who suffered the latent injury had knowledge of the relevant facts before 1 July 1992; and

                     (c)  the period of limitation that would be applicable had the amending Act not come into operation had expired before 1 July 1992;

that action, suit or other pending proceeding may be commenced within the period of three years commencing on 1 July 1992.

1.2           Subsection 38A(3):

Omit paragraphs (3)(a) and (b), substitute:

                     (a)  the person who suffered the latent injury had knowledge of the relevant facts before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  the period of limitation that would be applicable had the amending Act not come into operation had expired before 1 July 1992 and before the action, suit or other proceeding was commenced;

1.3           Subsection 38A(4):

Omit subsection (4), substitute:

             (4)  Where:

                     (a)  the period of limitation within which an action, suit or other proceeding may be brought would, but for this section, be fixed by section 38(1)(c) of this Act; and

                     (b)  the cause of action arises from a person having suffered a latent injury that is attributable to the inhalation of asbestos; and

                     (c)  the person who suffered the latent injury had knowledge of the relevant facts before 1 July 1992; and

                     (d)  the period of limitation that would be applicable had the amending Act not come into operation had not expired before 1 July 1992;

that action, suit or other proceeding may be commenced within the period referred to in paragraph (d) or, if that period expires less than 3 years after the coming into operation of the amending Act, may be commenced within the period of three years after the coming into operation of that Act.

1.4           Subsection 38A(5):

Omit paragraphs (5)(a) and (b), substitute:

                     (a)  the person who suffered the latent injury had knowledge of the relevant facts before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  the period of limitation that would be applicable had the amending Act not come into operation had expired before 1 July 1992 and before the action, suit or other proceeding was commenced;

1.5           Subsection 38A(6):

Omit subsection (6), substitute:

             (6)  Where:

                     (a)  the period of limitation within which an action, suit or other proceeding may be brought is fixed by section 38(1)(c) of this Act; and

                     (b)  the cause of action arises from a person having suffered a latent injury that is attributable to the inhalation of asbestos; and

                     (c)  the person who suffered the latent injury did not have knowledge of the relevant facts before 1 July 1992;

the period of limitation runs from the time when the person has knowledge of the relevant facts instead of the time provided by section 38.

2          Section 47A (Protection of persons acting etc)

2.1           Subsection 47A(5):

Omit paragraph (5)(b), substitute:

                     (b)  the person who suffered the latent injury had the knowledge referred to in section 38A of this Act before 1 July 1992;

2.2           Subsection 47A(6):

Omit paragraph (6)(a), substitute:

                     (a)  the person who suffered the latent injury had the knowledge referred to in section 38A of this Act before 1 July 1992;

2.3           Subsection 47A(7):

Omit paragraph (7)(b), substitute:

                     (b)  the person who suffered the latent injury did not have the knowledge referred to insection 38A of this Act before 1 July 1992;

3          New section 49A

3.1           After section 49, insert:

49A  Territory transition

                   Subject to sections 38A, 38B and 47A, nothing in this Act:

                     (a)  affects an action or proceeding commenced before the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992; or

                     (b)  enables an action or proceeding to be commenced or maintained which is barred by a law in force in the Territory that was repealed by the Territories Law Reform Act 1992; or

                     (c)  subject to paragraph (b), prevents the commencement and maintenance of an action or proceeding within the time allowed by a law in force in the Territory that is repealed by the Territories Law Reform Act 1992 on a cause of action which accrued before the commencement of that Act.

Part 17Medical Act 1894 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 25

1.1           After section 24, insert:

25  Territory transition

                   If a medical practitioner who is required to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  was registered or licensed to practise as a medical practitioner under a law of a State or Territory; and

                     (b)  practised medicine in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (c)  applies for registration under section 11 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the medical practitioner is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the medical practitioner or the application is refused.

Part 20Navigable Waters Regulations (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 45B

1.1           Add at the end:

             (9)  If a person who is required to register a vessel under these Regulations:

                     (a)  used the vessel in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration of the vessel under these Regulations within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be registered under these Regulations until the registration is granted or refused.

           (10)  The application fees specified in subregulation (3) are not required to be paid if a person applies for registration of a vessel in accordance with subregulation (9).

Part 21Nurses Act 1968 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 42A

1.1           After section 42, insert:

42A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  practised nursing in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration under section 20 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 22Pay‑roll Tax Act 1971 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 7 (Rates for group employers)

1.1           Subsection 7(3):

Omit ‘Western Australia.’, substitute ‘the Territory.’.

1.2           Subsection 7(4):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.3           Subsection 7(5):

Omit ‘Western Australia,’, substitute ‘the Territory,’.

1.4           Paragraph 7(5)(b):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.5           Subsection 7(6):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.6           Subsection 7(7):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.7           Paragraphs 7(7)(b) and (c):

Omit ‘Western Australia;’, substitute ‘the Territory;’.

1.8           Subsection 7(8):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.9           Paragraphs 7(8)(b) and (c):

Omit ‘Western Australia;’, substitute ‘the Territory;’.

1.10         Subsection 7(12):

Omit ‘Western Australia,’, substitute ‘the Territory,’.

Part 23Pay‑roll Tax Assessment Act 1971 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Interpretation)

1.1           Subsection 3(1) (definition of agent):

Omit ‘Western Australia,’, substitute ‘the Territory,’.

1.2           Subsection 3(1) (definition of agent):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

1.3           Subsection 3(1) (definition of corresponding law):

Omit ‘another State’, substitute ‘a State’.

1.4           Subsection 3(1) (definition of employer):

After ‘any person’, insert ‘(except the Commonwealth)’.

1.5           Subsection 3(1) (definition of employer):

Omit ‘the Crown in right of the State of Western Australia and includes also’.

1.6           Subsection 3(1) (definition of wages):

Paragraph (a):

Omit the paragraph.

1.7           Subsection 3(3):

After ‘Act,’, insert ‘the Territory of Christmas Island,’.

2          Section 6 (Wages liable to pay‑roll tax)

2.1           Paragraph 6(1)(a):

Omit ‘Western Australia,’, substitute ‘the Territory,’.

2.2           Paragraph 6(1)(a):

Omit ‘one other State;’, substitute ‘a State;’.

2.3           Paragraph 6(1)(b):

Omit ‘Western Australia’, substitute ‘the Territory’.

2.4           Paragraph 6(1)(b):

Omit ‘Western Australia.’, substitute ‘the Territory.’.

2.5           Subsection 6(2):

Omit ‘Western Australia or in another State),’, substitute ‘the Territory or in a State),’.

2.6           Paragraph 6(2)(a):

Omit ‘Western Australia—‘, substitute ‘the Territory—’.

2.7           Paragraph 6(2)(a):

Omit ‘Western Australia;’, substitute ‘the Territory;’.

2.8           Paragraph 6(2)(b):

Omit ‘Western Australia or wholly in one other State,’, substitute ‘the Territory or wholly in a State,’.

2.9           Paragraph 6(2)(b):

Omit ‘Western Australia;’, substitute ‘the Territory;’.

2.10         Paragraph 6(2)(c):

Omit ‘Western Australia or in another State—‘, substitute ‘the Territory or in a State—’.

3          Section 41 (Public officer of company)

3.1           Subsection 41(1):

Omit ‘Western Australia)’, substitute ‘the Territory)’.

Part 24Pharmacy Act 1964 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New sections 46A and 46B

1.1           After section 46 insert:

46A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to be registered under this Act was registered under the Registration of Pharmacists Ordinance immediately before 1 July 1992, the person is taken to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  until the person’s registration under the Registration of Pharmacists Ordinance expires; or

                     (b)  if the person applies for registration as a pharmaceutical chemist under section 21 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992, until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

46B 

                   If:

                     (a)  premises required to be registered under this Act were being used as a pharmacy immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  the occupier of the premises applies for registration of the premises within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the premises are taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 25Physiotherapists Act 1950 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 15A

1.1           After section 15, insert:

15A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  practised physiotherapy in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration under section 10 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 26Podiatrists Registration Act 1984 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New Section 43A

1.1           After section 43, insert:

43A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  practised podiatry in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration under section 10 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 27Police Act 1892 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 4A

1.1           After section 4, insert:

4A  Territory transition

             (1)  A person who was, immediately 1 July 1992, appointed under the Police Force Ordinance 1941 of the Colony of Singapore in its application to the Territory is taken to be appointed under this Act, at the rank held under the Ordinance.

             (2)  The person is taken to be employed on the same terms and conditions as applied to the person immediately before that date.

Part 28Psychologists Registration Act 1976 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 56A

1.1           After section 56, insert:

56A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to be registered under this Act:

                     (a)  practised psychology in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for registration under section 24 of this Act within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be registered under this Act until registration is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 29Public and Bank Holidays Act 1972 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 7 (Special public or bank holidays and half‑holidays)

1.1           Subsection 7(2):

After ‘weeks’, insert ‘, except where this is not practicable,’

2          Section 8 (Power of Governor to alter day appointed for a public holiday or bank holiday)

2.1           Subsection 8(2):

After ‘weeks’, insert ‘, except where this is not practicable,’.

2.2           Subsection 8(3):

After ‘weeks’, insert ‘, except where this is not practicable,’.

3          New section 8A

3.1           After section 8, insert:

8A  Gazettal of certain public or bank holidays

                   A proclamation made under subsection 7(1) or 8(1) that cannot practicably be published at least 3 weeks before the day specified in subsection 7(2), 8(2) or 8(3), as the case may be, must be published in the Gazette before the day appointed or declared by the proclamation to be a public holiday or bank holiday.

4          Second Schedule

4.1           Omit the Schedule, substitute:

Second Schedule        Public Holidays and Bank Holidays

 

1.       New Year’s Day (1 January)

2.       Australia Day (26 January)

3.       The Muslim festival day known as Hari Raya Puasa (to be appointed annually by proclamation published in the Gazette before the day so appointed)

4.       Act of Self‑Determination day (6 April) (to be appointed annually by proclamation published in the Gazette before the day so appointed)

5.       Good Friday

6.       Easter Monday

7.       Anzac Day (25 April)

8.       The Muslim festival day known as Hari Raya Haji (to be appointed annually by proclamation published in the Gazette before the day so appointed)

9.       The Muslim festival day known as Hari Maulad Nabi (Prophet Mohammad’s Birthday) (to be appointed annually by proclamation published in the Gazette before the day so appointed)

10.     Celebration Day for the Anniversary of the Birthday of the Reigning Sovereign (6 June) (to be appointed annually by proclamation published in the Gazette before the day so appointed)

11.     Christmas Day (25 December)

12.     Boxing Day (26 December)

13.     If a day referred to in item 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 or 11 falls on a Saturday or Sunday—the immediately following Monday

14.     If the day referred to in item 12 falls on a Saturday—the immediately following Monday

15.     If the day referred to in item 12 falls on a Sunday or Monday—the immediately following Tuesday

Part 30Public Trustee Act 1941 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 37B

1.1           After section 37A, insert:

Division (7)  Powers and Duties of Public Trustee with respect to Territory Estates

37B 

             (1)  If probate of a will or the administration of an estate in the Territory:

                     (a)  was granted to, or vested in, the Official Assignee under the Probate and Administration Ordinance; and

                     (b)  was administered, held, managed or controlled by the Official Assignee under that Ordinance before 1 July 1992;

then the administration of that estate is taken to be vested in the Public Trustee on 1 July 1992.

             (2)  The Public Trustee must administer, hold, manage or control an estate referred to in subsection (1) in accordance with the law as in force in the Territory before 1 July 1992.

Part 31Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Act 1961 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 75

1.1           After section 74, insert:

75  Territory transition

             (1)  Particulars of births and deaths registered under the Registration of Births and Deaths Ordinance before 1 July 1992 are taken to be particulars registered under section 10 of this Act.

             (2)  Particulars of marriages registered under the Civil Marriage Ordinance before 1 July 1992 are taken to be particulars of marriages registered under section 10 of this Act.

Part 32Residential Tenancies Act 1987 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Interpretation)

1.1           Definition of clerk:

Omit the definition, substitute:

clerk means the clerk, or assistant clerk, of a local court.

Part 32AResidential Tenancies Regulations 1989 (WA) (CKI)

1  After regulation 4

Insert:

4A  Exemption for certain agreements entered into by Cocos (Keeling) Islands Shire Council

             (1)  A residential tenancy agreement to which this regulation applies is a prescribed agreement for the purposes of paragraph 5(2)(g) of the Act.

             (2)  This regulation applies to a residential tenancy agreement entered into by the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Shire Council (whether before or after the commencement of this regulation) that:

                     (a)  is in respect of premises on land held by the Shire Council in trust under a Deed of Trust entered into between the Commonwealth of Australia and the former Cocos (Keeling) Islands Council constituted under the repealed Local Government Ordinance 1979 of the Commonwealth; and

                     (b)  is for a term of 5 years or more.

2  Regulation 5D

Repeal the regulation.

Part 33Registration of Deeds Act 1856 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 21

1.1           After section 20 , insert:

21  Territory transition

             (1)  A deed registered under the Registration of Deeds Ordinance 1988 as in force at any time before 1 July 1992 is taken to have been registered under this Act on the day on which it was registered under the Ordinance.

             (2)  Subsection (1) does not affect the order of priority of registration of the deed.

Part 34Road Traffic Act 1974 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New sections 29A and 29C

1.1           After section 29, insert:

29A  Territory savings and transition—vehicle licences

             (1)  The owner of a vehicle that was registered under the Road Traffic Ordinance immediately before 1 July 1992, is taken to have been granted a licence for the vehicle under this Act for the period ending when the registration period would have ended under the Ordinance if the Ordinance had not been repealed.

             (2)  If a person applied for registration, or renewal of registration, of a vehicle under the Ordinance before 1 July 1992 and the application had not been granted or refused before that date, the Minister may determine the application as if the Ordinance had not been repealed.

             (3)  If:

                     (a)  the registration period referred to in subsection (1) expires before 1 October 1992; and

                     (b)  the owner applies for a licence under this Act before that date;

the vehicle is taken to be licensed under this Act until the licence is granted or the application is refused.

29B 

                   If the owner of a vehicle referred to in section 29A applies under this Act for a licence for the vehicle the application is taken to be an application for the renewal of the licence under section 18 of this Act.

2          New sections 42AA and 42AB

2.1           After section 42A, insert

42AA  Territory savings and transitional—driver’s licences

             (1)  If a person who is required to hold a driver’s licence under this Act held a driving licence under the Road Traffic Ordinance immediately before 1 July 1992, the person is taken to be licensed under this Act until that driver’s licence expires.

             (2)  If a person applied for a driving licence, or renewal of a driving licence, under the Ordinance before 1 July 1992 and the application had not been granted or refused before that date, the Minister may determine the application as if the Ordinance had not been repealed.

             (3)  If a person’s driver’s licence expires before 1 October 1992, and the person applies for the renewal of the licence under this Act before that date—the person is taken to be licensed under this Act until the licence is granted or the application is refused.

42AB 

                   If a person referred to in section 42AA applies under this Act for a driver’s licence, the application is taken to be an application for the renewal of a driver’s licence under section 46 of this Act.

Part 35Road Traffic Code 1975 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 1307

1.1           Omit ‘1 July 1992’, substitute ‘1 January 1993.’.

2          Section 1607

2.1           After subsection (1), insert:

                   ‘Subsection (1) is suspended until 1 January 1993.’.

Part 36Sentencing Act 1995 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 9 (Statutory penalty: effect of)

1.1           Subsection 9(1):

Omit ‘Subject to subsection (4),’.

1.2           Subsections 9(2), (3), (4) and (5):

Omit the subsections, substitute:

             (2)  If the statutory penalty for an offence is a fine of a particular amount, or a particular term of imprisonment, that penalty is the maximum penalty that may be imposed for the offence, and a lesser penalty of the same kind may be imposed.

             (3)  If a written law specifies a mandatory penalty or a minimum penalty for an offence, a lesser penalty of the same kind may nevertheless be imposed.

Part 36AShipping and Pilotage (Ports and Harbours) Regulations 1966 (WA) (CKI)

1  Division 1 of Schedule 1A (after table item dealing with the port of Carnarvon)

Insert:

 

Port of Cocos (Keeling) Islands

The area of water and land described in the plan for the Port of Cocos (Keeling) Islands that is included in Division 2.

 

2  Division 2 of Schedule 1A (after the plan for the port of Carnarvon)

Insert:

Part 37Standard Survey Marks Act 1924 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 6A

1.1           After section 6, insert:

6A  Territory transition

                   Section 6 of this Act applies to a Permanent Survey Mark erected in the Territory before 1 July 1992 as if the Permanent Survey Mark were a standard survey mark within the meaning of that section.

Part 38Supreme Court Act 1935 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 6 (The Supreme Court of Western Australia)

1.1           Repeal the section.

2          Section 7 (Constitution of the Court)

2.1           Repeal the section.

3          Section 10 (Vacancy of office, absence etc of Chief Justice)

3.1           Repeal the section.

4          Section 11 (Acting Judges)

4.1           Repeal the section.

5          Section 11A (Masters)

5.1           Repeal the section.

6          Section 11D (Vacancies, temporary appointments and acting appointments)

6.1           Repeal the section.

Part 39Tobacco Control Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Part 3   Western Australian Health Promotion Foundation

1.1           Repeal the Part.

Part 40Transfer of Land Act 1893 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

2          Section 20 (Lands alienated in fee before etc)

2.1           Omit ‘before the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and seventy‑five’, substitute:

‘or the Commonwealth before 1 July 1992,’.

3          Section 20A (Evidence and restrictions of requisitions)

3.1           Add at the end:

             (2)  The Registrar may accept a copy of a document as evidence for the purposes of bringing land in the Territory under this Act.

4          New sections 20AA, 20AB and 20B

4.1           After section 20A, insert:

20AA  Registrar may refuse to register an instrument

             (1)  Where an instrument executed on or after 1 July 1992 and purporting to convey the fee simple of land in the Territory is lodged for registration under the Registration of Deeds Act 1856 (W.A.)(C.K.I.), the Registrar of Deeds under that Act may refuse to register the instrument until the purchaser or mortgagor lodges an application in accordance with section 20.

             (2)  If a purchaser or mortgagor lodges an application under section 20:

                     (a)  the mortgagee’s consent to the making of the application, in accordance with section 20, is not required; and

                     (b)  section 34 does not apply to the application.

20AB  Registrar may issue notices

             (1)  The Registrar of Titles may issue a notice to a person requiring the person to inform the Registrar within a specified period, not being a period of less than 30 days, whether the person claims an estate or interest in the land specified in the notice.

             (2)  If a person claims an estate or interest of the kind referred to in section 20, the Registrar may require the person to make an application under that section for the land to be brought under the Act.

             (3)  If the Registrar requires a person to make application under section 20, section 34 of this Act does not apply to the application.

             (4)  A person who, without reasonable excuse:

                     (a)  fails to comply with a notice issued by the Registrar under subsection (1); or

                     (b)  fails to make an application under section 20 when required to do so under subsection (2);

commits an offence against this Act.

20B  Registrar may require a person to produce documents

             (1)  If a person applies to bring land in the Territory under this Act, the Registrar may, by written notice, require a person to:

                     (a)  produce for inspection by the Registrar; or

                     (b)  surrender to the Registrar;

any documents in the person’s possession or control that affect the land or title to the land.

             (2)  A person who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with a notice issued by the Registrar under this section commits an offence against this Act.

5          Section 22 (How applications to be dealt with etc)

5.1           Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

6          Section 30 (Parties interested may lodge caveat)

6.1           Omit ‘seven days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

12       Section 74 (Lost and delapidated certificate etc)

12.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

13       Section 75 (Provision in case of certificate lost etc)

13.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

14       Section 78 (Registrar may call in certificate etc)

14.1         Omit ‘seven days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

15       Section 137 (Caveat may be lodged where land already under the Act)

15.1         Omit ‘seven days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

16       Section 138 (Notice of caveat to be given)

16.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

17       Section 141A (Removal of caveat where etc)

17.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

18       Section 142 (A caveat of a beneficiary etc)

18.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

19       Section 148 (Persons proposing to deal etc)

19.1         Omit ‘forty‑eight hours’ ‘, substitute ‘14 days’ ’.

20.      Section 149 (Instrument affecting proposed dealing etc)

20.1         Omit ‘forty‑eight hours’ ‘, substitute ‘14 days’ ’.

21       Section 162 (Notice to be advertised etc)

21.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

23       Section 173 (How application to be dealt with)

23.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

29       Section 203 (Proprietor may summon etc)

29.1         Omit ‘six clear days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

32       Section 207 (Damages against the assurance fund in certain other circumstances)

32.1         Omit the section, substitute:

207 

             (1)  A person who:

                     (a)  was neither a party to, nor privy to, an application or dealing in relation to land in the Territory, to which the Minister exercised the powers conferred on the Minister by this Act or by The Transfer of Land Act 1874 (W.A.); and

                     (b)  has suffered loss or damage, or will suffer loss or damage, as a result of the Minister exercising those powers;

may bring an action for recovery of damages against the Commonwealth, as nominal defendant.

             (2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) may bring an action for recovery of damages under that subsection without being required to pursue the remedies provided in sections 201 and 205 and without prejudice to the person’s rights under those sections.

             (3)  A person who:

                     (a)  was a party to, or privy to, an application or dealing; and

                     (b)  commences an action for recovery of damages against any other person who was a party to, or privy to, the application or dealing;

may join the Commonwealth as a nominal co‑defendant.

33       Section 208 (Persons claiming may before action etc)

33.1         Omit the section, substitute:

208 

             (1)  A person who:

                     (a)  has suffered loss or damage; and

                     (b)  is entitled to commence an action for recovery of damages against the Commonwealth as nominal defendant;

may before commencing any proceedings, apply to the Minister for compensation.

             (2)  The Minister may admit the claim or a part of the claim.

             (3)  If the Minister admits the claim or any part of the claim, the Commonwealth must pay to the person any damages agreed to or admitted to by the Minister.

37       Section 220 (Application how dealt with)

37.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

38       Section 223 (Application to be referred to Commissioner)

38.1         Omit ‘fourteen days’ ‘, substitute ‘21 days’ ’.

Part 41Transport Co‑ordination Act 1966 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 20A

1.1           After section 20, insert:

20A  Transitional arrangement

                   If a person operates a vehicle that, under this Act, is required to be licensed, and the person applies for a licence before the end of 31 March 1995, the vehicle is taken to be licensed under the Act until:

                     (a)  a licence is granted in respect of the vehicle; or

                     (b)  the application is refused.

Part 42Travel Agents Act 1985 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 7A

1.1           After section 7, insert:

7A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to hold a licence under this Act:

                     (a)  was carrying on business as a travel agent in the Territory immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for a licence under section 9 within two months after the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the person is taken to be licensed as a travel agent under this Act until a licence is granted to the person or the application is refused.

Part 43Valuation of Land Act 1978 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 25A

1.1           After section 25, insert:

25A  Territory transition

                   If a valuation of any land in the Territory:

                     (a)  was made before 1 July 1992 by a person:

                              (i)  licensed under the Land Valuers Licensing Act 1978 (W.A.); or

                             (ii)  qualified for membership as a Fellow or Associate of the Australian Institute of Valuers (Incorporated); and

                     (b)  the value of the land has not significantly increased or decreased since the valuation;

then:

                     (c)  the Valuer‑General may adopt that valuation as a general or interim valuation; and

                     (d)  this Act applies to the valuation as if the valuation was a general or interim valuation made by the Valuer‑General under the Act.

             (2)  The Valuer‑General must not adopt a valuation of land under subsection (1) unless the land is rateable land.

Part 44Weights and Measures Act 1915 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 51A

1.1           After section 51, insert:

51A  Territory transition

                   If a person who is required to have a weight or measure or a weighing or measuring instrument stamped with a mark of verification under this Act:

                     (a)  was using the weight, measure or instrument for trade in the Territory in the period of 6 months ending immediately before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  applies for verification of the weight, measure or instrument within two months of the commencement of the Territories Law Reform Act 1992;

the weight, measure or instrument is taken to be verified and stamped under this Act until the weight, measure or instrument is inspected by an inspector under subsection 29(1) or is exempted from the operation of this Act by the Minister under subsection 29(2).

Part 45Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          New section 160A

1.1           After section 160, insert:

160A  Territory savings and transition

                   If an person who is required to obtain insurance under section 160 of this Act:

                     (a)  obtained and kept current a policy or policies of insurance or indemnity in respect of any liability the person may incur under the provisions of the Workers’ Compensation Ordinance before 1 July 1992; and

                     (b)  the policy or policies expire on or after 1 July 1992; and

                     (c)  the person keeps the policy or policies current until the expiry date of the policies;

the policy or policies must be taken to satisfy the requirement to obtain insurance under section 160 of this Act.

Part 46Young Offenders Act 1994 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

1          Section 3 (Definitions)

1.1           Definition of special order:

Omit the definition.

2          Section 58 (Responsible adult may be made liable)

2.1           Omit the section.

3          Part 7, Division 9 (Dealing with young person who repeatedly commits serious offences)

3.1           Omit the Division.


Schedule 4Repealed applied laws

(section 6)

  

 

Building and Construction Industry Training Fund and Levy Collection Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Building and Construction Industry Training Levy Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Casino Control Act 1984 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies (Acquisition of Shares) (Application of Laws) Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies (Acquisition of Shares) (Western Australia) Code (W.A.)(C.K.I)

Companies (Administration) Act 1982 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies (Application of Laws) Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies (Co‑operative) Act 1943‑1959 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies (Western Australia) Code (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies Act 1961 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies and Securities (Interpretation and Miscellaneous Provisions)(Application of Laws) Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Companies and Securities (Interpretation and Miscellaneous Provisions) (Western Australia) Code (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Company Takeovers Act 1979 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Crime (Serious and Repeat Offenders) Sentencing Act 1992 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Criminal Law Amendment Act 1992 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Daylight Saving Act 1991 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Death Duty Act 1973 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Death Duty Assessment Act 1973 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Domicile Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Election of Senators Act 1903 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Electoral Act 1907 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Electoral Distribution Act 1947 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Employers’ Indemnity Supplementation Fund Act 1980 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

First Home Owner Grant Act 2000 (WA) (CKI)

Fisheries Act 1905 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Futures Industry (Application of Laws) Act 1986 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Land (Titles and Traditional Usage) Act 1993 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Local Government Grants Act 1978 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Local Government Superannuation Act 1980 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Marketable Securities Transfer Act 1970 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

National Companies and Securities Commission (State Provisions) Act 1980 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Referendums Act 1983 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Securities Industry (Application of Laws) Act 1981 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Securities Industry (Release of Sureties) Act 1977 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Securities Industry (Western Australia) Code (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Securities Industry Act 1975 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

State Supply Commission Act 1991 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Trade Unions Act 1902. (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Waterfront Workers’ (Compensation for Asbestos Related Diseases) Act 1986 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Wildlife Conservation Act 1950 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

Workplace Agreements Act 1993 (W.A.)(C.K.I.)

 


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

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.

Editorial changes

The Legislation Act 2003 authorises First Parliamentary Counsel to make editorial and presentational changes to a compiled law in preparing a compilation of the law for registration. The changes must not change the effect of the law. Editorial changes take effect from the compilation registration date.

If the compilation includes editorial changes, the endnotes include a brief outline of the changes in general terms. Full details of any changes can be obtained from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel.

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

 

ad = added or inserted

o = order(s)

am = amended

Ord = Ordinance

amdt = amendment

orig = original

c = clause(s)

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

C[x] = Compilation No. x

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

Ch = Chapter(s)

pres = present

def = definition(s)

prev = previous

Dict = Dictionary

(prev…) = previously

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

Pt = Part(s)

Div = Division(s)

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

ed = editorial change

reloc = relocated

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

renum = renumbered

    effect

rep = repealed

F = Federal Register of Legislation

rs = repealed and substituted

gaz = gazette

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

LA = Legislation Act 2003

Sch = Schedule(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

(md) = misdescribed amendment can be given

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

    effect

SR = Statutory Rules

(md not incorp) = misdescribed amendment

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

    cannot be given effect

SubPt = Subpart(s)

mod = modified/modification

underlining = whole or part not

No. = Number(s)

    commenced or to be commenced

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Name

FRLI registration or gazettal

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

 

Applied Laws (Implementation) Ordinance 1992 (No. 5, 1992)

30 June 1992

1 July 1992 (s 2)

 

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1992 (No. 10, 1992)

24 Dec 1992

24 Dec 1992 (s 1)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1993 (No. 3, 1993)

30 June 1993

1 July 1993 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance (No. 2) 1993 (No. 8, 1993)

9 Sept 1993

9 Sept 1993 (s 1)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance (No. 4) 1993 (No. 10, 1993)

16 Dec 1993

16 Dec 1993 (s 1)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance (No. 3) 1993 (No. 11, 1993)

23 Dec 1993

1 Jan 1994 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1994 (No. 4, 1994)

23 Dec 1994

1 Jan 1995 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1995 (No. 1, 1995)

11 Apr 1995

1 Jan 1995 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance (No. 2) 1995 (No. 4, 1995)

19 Dec 1995

1 Jan 1996 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1996 (No. 6, 1996)

13 Nov 1996

13 Nov 1996 (s 1)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance (No. 2) 1996 (No. 9, 1996)

24 Dec 1996

1 Jan 1997 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1997 (No. 4, 1997)

24 Dec 1997

ss 9.1, 9.2 and 13: 1 July 1998 (s 2.1)
Remainder: 1 Jan 1998 (s 2.2)

Land Laws Amendment Ordinance 1998 (No. 2, 1998)

5 May 1998

30 Mar 1998 (s 2.1)

Applied Laws (Implementation) (Amendment) Ordinance 1998 (No. 3, 1998)

30 June 1998

1 July 1998 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) Amendment Ordinance 1999 (No. 1) (No. 3, 1999)

15 Dec 1999

1 Jan 2000 (s 2)

Motor Vehicle (Third Party Insurance) Legislation Amendment Ordinance 2001 (No. 1) (No. 3, 2001)

15 Oct 2001

Sch 3: 15 Oct 2001 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) Amendment Ordinance 2005 (No. 1)

22 Aug 2005 (F2005L02299)

23 Aug 2005 (s 2)

Applied Laws (Implementation) Amendment Ordinance 2006 (No. 1)

5 Oct 2006 (F2006L03262)

6 Oct 2006 (s 2)

s 4, 5

Applied Laws (Implementation) Amendment Ordinance 2008 (No. 1)

25 June 2008 (F2008L02045)

1 July 2008 (s 2)

Territories Legislation (Applied Laws) Amendment Ordinance 2013 (No. 1) (No. 1, 2013)

17 June 2013 (F2013L01017)

18 June 2013 (s 2)

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Legislation Amendment (2014 Measures No. 1) Ordinance 2014 (No. 3, 2014)

17 Oct 2014 (F2014L01363)

Sch 1 (items 1–3): 18 Oct 2014 (s 2)

Spent and Redundant Instruments Repeal Regulation 2015 (No. 1) (No. 21, 2015)

16 Mar 2015 (F2015L00297)

Sch 4 (items 3, 4): 17 Mar 2015 (s 2)

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Amendment (Residential Tenancies) Ordinance 2017 (No. 1, 2017)

24 Mar 2017 (F2017L00305)

1 Apr 2017 (s 2(1) item 1)

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Legislation Amendment (2017 Measures No. 1) Ordinance 2017 (No. 2, 2017)

5 Sept 2017 (F2017L01133)

Sch 1 (item 1): 6 Sept 2017 (s 2(1) item 1)

Cocos (Keeling) Islands Applied Laws Amendment (Industrial Relations) Ordinance 2018 (No. 1, 2018)

9 Mar 2018 (F2018L00231)

1 May 2018 (s 2(1) item 1)

Endnote 4—Amendment history

 

Provision affected

How affected

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

rep F2014L01363

s 1.............................................

rs F2014L01363

 

am F2017L01133

s 2.............................................

rep LA s 48D

s 4.............................................

am No 10, 1992

 

rs No 3, 1993

 

am No 11, 1993; No 4, 1994; No 4, 1995; No 9, 1996

 

rep No 4, 1997

s 5.............................................

am No 10, 1992; No 3, 1993; No 11, 1993; No 4, 1994; No 4, 1995; No 9, 1996: No 4, 1997; No 3, 1999

 

rep F2015L00297

s 7.............................................

ad No 4, 1997

Schedule 1

 

Schedule 1................................

am No 4, 1994; No 6, 1996; No 9, 1996; No 4, 1997; No 2, 1998; No 3, 1998; No 3, 2001; F2006L03262; F2008L02045; F2014L01363; F2017L00305

Schedule 2................................

rs No 3, 1993; No 4, 1994

 

rep No 4, 1997

Schedule 3................................

rs No 3, 1993

 

am No 8, 1993

 

rs No 11, 1993; No 4, 1994

 

am No 1, 1995

 

rs No 4, 1995

 

am No 6, 1996

 

rs No 9, 1996

 

am No 4, 1997; No 3, 1999

 

rep F2015L00297

Schedule 4

 

Schedule 4................................

am No 3, 1993; No 10, 1993; No 4, 1994; No 4, 1995; No 9, 1996; No 4, 1997; F2005L02299; F2008L02045; F2013L01017; F2018L00231