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Thursday, 2 December 1965

Mr SNEDDEN (Bruce) (AttorneyGeneral) . - I move-

In sub-clause (2.), omit "or are likely to become,".

Those words appear in the third last line of sub-clause (2.) and refer to the words " two or more businesses " appearing on the first line of the sub-clause. It is proposed to delete the words " or are likely to become " because it may be that there is an agreement between two or more businesses which, in the foreseeable future, could become competitive. They enter into an agreement which may, therefore, be required to be registered whereas at this point of time there is nothing in the agreement which makes it desirable that it be registered and so become examinable. The important thing is that if the businesses do become competitive in the future then, at that point of time, the agreement will be required to be registered and so become examinable. For those reasons, I should say that the words which I propose deleting ought properly to be deleted.

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