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Criminal Property Confiscation Bill 2000

Bill No. 145
Long Title The purpose of this Bill is to provide for the confiscation in certain circumstances of property acquired as a result of criminal activity and property used for criminal activity, to provide for reciprocal enforcement of certain Australian legislation relating to the confiscation of profits of crime and the confiscation of other property, and for connected purposes.
Status Assented to
Royal Assent given 6 Dec 2000 as Act No. 68 of 2000. Different sections of this Act come into operation on Royal Assent and Proclamation. For details refer to Commencement Clause of the Bill (see also Assent and Commencement information for Acts)
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Progress
Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 06/29/2000  
First Reading 06/29/2000  
Second Reading 06/29/2000 1, 2 
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 09/05/2000  
Consideration in Detail 09/07/2000  
Amendments adopted 10/19/2000  
Third Reading 11/14/2000  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 11/14/2000  
First Reading 11/14/2000  
Second Reading 11/14/2000  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 11/23/2000  
Committee of the whole 11/23/2000  
Third Reading 11/23/2000  


Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session  08/09/2000 2 


Notes
1. Explanatory memorandum provided.
2. Restored from the Third Session of Parliament on 9 August 2000.