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Tuesday, 7 December 1965


Mr BRYANT (Wills) .- Mr. Temporary Chairman,does not the Attorney-General intend to answer the questions that have been asked by three or four honorable members on this side of the chamber?


Mr Snedden - If the honorable member had been present when I was speaking he would have heard the answers.


Mr BRYANT - I was here.


Mr Snedden - The honorable member was not.


Mr BRYANT - I was and I did not hear those questions answered. If I was not in the chamber I was listening outside. I say quite frankly that if the Attorney-General will not answer this, I will regard his refusal as a personal parliamentary insult; and I will have three or fours hours to work it out on him.

Amendment negatived.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 64. (1.) An application under the last preceding section shall be heard and determined by a Review Division of the Tribunal. (2.) The Review Division shall not receive fresh evidence. (3.) If the Review Division finds that the ground of the application has been established, it may, in its discretion, make an order directing a reconsideration of the determination. (4.) Where a Review Division makes an order under this section, it shall indicate-

(a)   where the order is made on the ground referred to in paragraph (a) of subsection (1.) of the last preceding section - the nature of the inconsistency;

(b)   where the order is made on the ground referred to in paragraph (b) of that subsection - the matters that, in its opinion, should be considered, or further considered; or

(c)   where the order is made on the ground referred to in paragraph (c) of that subsection - the error of law.







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