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TASMANIA __________ FIRE SERVICE AMENDMENT BILL 2011 __________ CONTENTS 1. Short title 2. Commencement 3. Principal Act 4. Section 78 amended (Application of Division) 5. Repeal of Act [Bill 5]-II
FIRE SERVICE AMENDMENT BILL 2011 This Public Bill originated in the House of Assembly, and, having this day passed, is now ready for presentation to the Legislative Council for its concurrence. P. R. ALCOCK, Clerk of the House 16 March 2011 (Brought in by the Minister for Health, the Honourable Michelle Anne O'Byrne) A BILL FOR An Act to amend the Fire Service Act 1979 Be it enacted by His Excellency the Governor of Tasmania, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly, in Parliament assembled, as follows: 1. Short title This Act may be cited as the Fire Service Amendment Act 2011. 2. Commencement This Act commences on 1 July 2011 but if it does not receive the Royal Assent on or before that day it is taken to have commenced on that day. [Bill 5] 3
Fire Service Amendment Act 2011 Act No. of s. 3 3. Principal Act In this Act, the Fire Service Act 1979* is referred to as the Principal Act. 4. Section 78 amended (Application of Division) Section 78 of the Principal Act is amended as follows: (a) by inserting the following paragraph after paragraph (bc) in subsection (1): (bd) Commonwealth land to which a fire protection services agreement applies; or (b) by inserting the following definition after the definition of "exempt tenant" in subsection (4): "fire protection services agreement" means an agreement between the Commission and the Commonwealth under which the Commission undertakes to provide fire protection services in respect of specified Commonwealth land in this State in consideration of the Commonwealth making a contribution towards the operating costs of brigades; *No. 35 of 1979 4
Fire Service Amendment Act 2011 Act No. of s. 5 5. Repeal of Act This Act is repealed on the ninetieth day from the day on which it commences. Government Printer, Tasmania 5
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