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Friday, 3 December 1965


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

1.   In sub-clause (2.), paragraph (b), omit " a person is in a dominant position in a line of trade or commerce", insert "the Tribunal shall regard a person as being in a dominant position in the trade in goods of a particular description, or in the supply of services of a particular description,".

2.   In sub-clause (2.), paragraph (b), omit " any ", insert " that ".

3.   Omit paragraph (e).

Honorable members will recall that last night I moved an amendment to the commencing words of the clause. I had used, in drafting, the words " in a line of trade or commerce ", but we substituted the words " goods of a particular description or services of a particular description ". The first of the amendments that I now propose is consequential upon this alteration. The second proposed amendment is important, having regard to the amendment to subclause (1.) (b) which has been accepted by the Committee. The third amendment proposes the omission of a paragraph, which is the subject matter of a separate subclause. All three of the proposed amendments are formal.

Amendments agreed to.







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