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Human Reproductive Technology Amendment Bill 2003

Bill No. 212
Long Title The purpose of this Bill is to replace existing prohibitions under the Human Reproductive Technology Act 1991. Prohibitions are framed in terminology that reflects current scientific knowledge and ensures consistency with the way the offences are described in the national scheme.
Status Assented to
Royal Assent given 16 Jul 2004 as Act No. 17 of 2004. This Act comes into operation on a day fixed by Proclamation (see Assent and Commencement information for Acts)
Current Bill
Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 06/26/2003  
First Reading 06/26/2003  
Second Reading 06/26/2003  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 09/25/2003 1 
Consideration in Detail 10/28/2003  
Amendments adopted 10/30/2003  
Third Reading 10/30/2003  

Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
First Reading 11/11/2003  
Second Reading 11/11/2003  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 05/11/2004  
Committee of the whole 05/12/2004  
Amendments adopted 07/01/2004  
Third Reading 07/01/2004  

Messages Between Houses DateNote No.
Legislative Council sent to the Legislative Assembly  07/01/2004  

Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Bill divided into two bills  09/25/2003 1 
Referred to the Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation and General Purposes.  11/11/2003 2 
Amendments agreed to by Legislative Assembly  07/01/2004  

1. Bill divided into two Bills, see Bill number 235 - 'Human Reproductive Technology Amendment (Prohibition of Human Cloning) Bill 2003'.
2. Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation and General Purposes (Report 13) tabled 10/12/2003.