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Law Reform (Contributory Negligence and Tortfeasors' Contribution) Amendment Bill 2001

Bill No. 74
Long Title The purpose of this Bill is to amend the apportionment provisions of the Law Reform (Contributory Negligence and Tortfeasers' Contribution) Act 1947 so as to extend those provisions to claims for a breach of a contractual duty of care that is concurrent and co-extensive with a tortious duty of care.
Status Assented to
This Act came into operation on Royal Assent - Royal Assent given 17 Apr 2003 as Act No. 17 of 2003
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Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 11/28/2001  
First Reading 11/28/2001  
Second Reading 11/28/2001  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 02/21/2002  
Consideration in Detail 02/21/2002  
Amendments adopted 02/21/2002  
Third Reading 03/28/2002  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
First Reading 04/09/2002  
Second Reading 04/09/2002  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 04/08/2003  
Third Reading 04/08/2003  


Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session  08/14/2002 1 


Notes
1. Restored from the 1st session of the 36th Parliament on 14 August 2002.
2. This Act comes into operation on the date on which it receives the Royal Assent.