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Tuesday, 7 December 1965

Mr HAWORTH (Isaacs) .- I must confess that I support the argument of the honorable member for Moreton (Mr. Killen). It seems an amazing thing to include in the Bill such words as " as it thinks proper". The orders of the Tribunal either are proper or they are not proper. If the reasoning advanced in respect to clauses 37 and 50 is correct and they are definitions as a guide to the Tribunal, then surely the question is whether or not the orders are proper, not whether the Tribunal thinks they are proper. Surely the right wording should be " as are proper ". I would have thought that it would be right and reasonable that the words should provide for certainty.

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