3 edition of Annotated Freedom of Information Act, New South Wales found in the catalog.
Annotated Freedom of Information Act, New South Wales
Includes bibliographical references (p. 521-526) and index.
|Statement||by Anne Cossins ; with a foreword by M.D. Kirkby.|
|Contributions||New South Wales.|
|LC Classifications||KUC211.8 .C68 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 539 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||539|
|LC Control Number||2002391016|
On this day, 13 May, , Governor Sir Philip Game sacked Jack Lang as Premier of New South Wales. Lang was a Labor Premier who had come to power in the wake of the stockmarket crash. He had his own radical plans for combatting the Great Depression, which ruffled more . New South Wales, Australia, Certificates of Freedom, , This data collection contains butts of Certificates of Freedom from New South Wales between and These butts provide the following pieces of information: convict name and number, certificate number and date, year of arrival, native place, birth year, trial and.
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Section 4 of the PPIP Act defines ‘personal information‘ as: “Information or an opinion (including information or an opinion forming part of a database and whether or not in a recorded form) about an individual whose identity is apparent or can be reasonably be ascertained from the information . Freedom of Information Act - Australia; On top of which there are the following regional acts for Australia: Australian Capital Territory, the Freedom of Information Act ; New South Wales, the Freedom of Information Act ; Northern Territory, the Information Act  Queensland, the Freedom of Information Act ; South.
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Get this from a library. Annotated Freedom of Information Act, New South Wales: history and analysis. [Anne Cossins; New South Wales.] -- "The object of this book is to provide a systematic analysis and interpretation of the Freedom of Information Act (NSW)."--Pref.
Cossins AI,Annotated Freedom of Information Act New South Wales: History and Analysis, Original, Law Book Company Information Services, Sydney. Cossins AI; Harrison K,Documents, Dossiers and the Inside Dope: A Practical Guide to Freedom of Information Law, Allen &.
There is a substantial body of evidence which suggests that the Freedom of Information Acts have fallen a long way short of achieving their objective to extend as far as possible the community’s right of access to government information.6 1 A Cossins, Annotated Freedom of Information Act New South Wales, LBC Information Services p Laws on freedom of information give people rights to request and receive information from government and other public authorities.
There are laws of this sort in place in many countries around the world. In the UK these laws are contained in the Freedom of Information Act. This book, extracted from Criminal Practice and Procedure NSW (available on LexisNexis Advance, Red, and as a four-volume looseleaf service), provides extensive coverage of legislation and authoritative annotations by Roderick N Howie QC, a former judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and Peter A Johnson, a judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Resources on law in New South Wales Toggle book navigation. Chapter Freedom of information. Freedom of information. Download PDF chapter. The GIPA Act establishes a proactive, more open approach to gaining access to government information in New South Wales (NSW). The objects of the GIPA Act are to maintain and advance a system of responsible and representative democratic Government that is.
New South Wales Abortion has been a criminal offence in New South Wales sinceand unlawfully procuring an abortion is punishable by up to 10 years' imprisonment. Wills, Probate and Administration Law in New South Wales Second Edition provides annotated commentary on the two primary pieces of legislation which govern the passing of property on death in New South Wales: the Succession Act and the Probate and Administration Act Since this text was last published inthis area of law has undergone significant change.
The book also introduces and examines the principal authorities and statutory provisions governing the practice of criminal law in New South Wales. The fully revised sixth edition includes the following developments: a new chapter on Drug Offences; expansion of discussions on police powers, causation, and criminal responsibility.
Evidence Act No 25 Current version for 1 July to date (accessed 18 August at ) Status information. George Williams AO is the Dean, the Anthony Mason Professor, and a Scientia Professor at UNSW Law.
He has held an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship, and visiting positions at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Columbia University Law School in New York, and Durham University and University College London in the United Kingdom. Convict Indents list the convicts transported to New South Wales.
Early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually contain more information such as a physical description, native place, age and crime.
This index covers the period New South, New South Democracy or New South Creed is a slogan in the history of the American South after the American Civil ers use it to call for a modernization of society and attitudes, to integrate more fully with the United States, and reject the economy and traditions of the Old South and the slavery-based plantation system of the antebellum period.
An Act to give to members of the public rights of access to official documents of the Government of the Commonwealth and of its agencies. Part I — Preliminary. 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Freedom of Information Act 2 Commencement The several Parts of this Act shall come into operation on such respective dates as are fixed by Proclamation.
Sir James Dowling - Second Chief Justice of New South Wales, Sir James Martin - Premier, and Fourth Chief Justice of New South Wales Sir John Pedder - First Chief Justice of Tasmania, For extensive information, maps, uniforms, weapons, artillery, medal roll, and an annotated bibliography, see Peter Stanley (ed), But little glory: the New South Wales contingent to the Sudan, (Canberra: Military Historical Society of Australia, ).
More information on the Human Rights Act protections. Section 40C of the Act allows a person who alleges that she or he is or would be a victim of a contravention by a public authority of one of its obligations under s 40B to start proceedings in the Supreme Court for this contravention in its own right, independently of any other cause of action.
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New South Wales Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act No Contents Page Chapter 1 6 Preliminary Name of Act 2 Commencement 2 Definitions 2 Children and young persons to whom this Act applies 3 Meaning of “Aboriginal” and “Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander” 4.
Reproduced from New South Wales Year Book, (ABS Catalogue No. ). Aboriginal settlement The precise date of the first human occupation of NSW is not known - estimates range f to 60, years ago. The Aboriginal people are thought to have crossed to Australia from south-east Asia as far back asyears ago.- The Honourable Justice John R Sackar, Supreme Court of New South Wales, on the success of this title; from the Foreword to the Fifth Edition.
Security of Payment in the Australian Building and Construction Industry, Sixth Edition, provides expert analysis of the security of payment regimes across Australia and has been thoroughly revised and.Motor and Traffic Law New South Wales consolidates all the essential information pertaining to the practice of motor and traffic law in New South Wales, including core annotated legislation, chapters of commentary, the Motor Accidents Injuries Act guidelines (online only), the Motor Accidents Authority guidelines, the Australian Road Rules, penalties tables, actuarial tables and related.