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Tuesday, 19 May 1942


Mr CALWELL (Melbourne) . - Is it the opinion of the Minister that any person who feels aggrieved because of the action of the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner should ultimately have a right of appeal in such a way as would enable the Minister to give a direction on general principle? In clause 24, there is a right of appeal from a Deputy Commissioner to a Commissioner, but there is no provision in this clause for a similar appeal. In the cause of uniformity such provision should be made.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 37 (Suspension of pension or allowance while recipient in hospital for the insane).







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