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Wednesday, 1 August 1906


Mr GLYNN (Angas) .- Now that the Minister acknowledges that there may be some doubt as to whether clause 39 gives the right of appeal-


Mr Groom - I do not admit that, but I think it is better to make the provision suggested.


Mr GLYNN - The Minister is now proposing to give the. right of appeal, although we have never considered the policy of adopting that course. My opinion is that it was never intended to give the right of appeal, and we have never entered upon the question whether it ought to be 'given. There is no necessity to give the right of appeal, because it is perfectly open to dissatisfied applicants to proceed by way of mandamus to bring compulsion to bear upon an officer who improperly refuses registration.

Clause agreed! to.

Bill reported with an amendment.







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