Court Security and Custodial Services (Consequential Provisions) Bill 1998


Bill No.51

SynopsisThe purpose of this Bill is to deal with a number of amendments to current statutes that are consequential to the Court Security and Custodial Services Bill 1998. The Court Security and Custodial Service Bill 1998provides a unified statutory framework for the substantial reorganisation of arrangements and powers in respect of the operation and provision of services central to the support and functioning of the court and related custody processes. These services include court security, court custody management, prisoner movement and lock-up management.

StatusAssented to 12/08/1999
Royal Assent given 8 Dec 1999 as Act No. 47 of 1999. 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 11/11/1998  
First Reading 11/11/1998  
Second Reading 11/12/1998 1 
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 03/11/1999  
Consideration in Detail 03/11/1999  
Third Reading 04/22/1999  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
First Reading 05/04/1999  
Second Reading 05/04/1999 5 
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 06/29/1999  
Committee of the whole 10/21/1999  
Amendments adopted 10/26/1999  
Third Reading 10/28/1999  


Messages Between Houses DateNote No.
Legislative Council sent to the Legislative Assembly  11/16/1999  
Consideration of Legislative Council Message   11/23/1999  


Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Amendments agreed to by Legislative Assembly  11/23/1999  


Notes
1. Cognate debate with the Court Security and Custodial Services Bill 1998.
2. Bill referred to a Legislation Committee in the Legislative Assembly, to report by 20 April 1999.
3. Bill referred again to a Legislation Committee in the Legislative Assembly, to report by 4 May 1999.
4. Legislation Committee reported (without amendments to the Bill) in the Legislative Assembly on 22 April 1999.
5. Cognate debate with the Court Security and Custodial Services Bill 1998.