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Wednesday, 3 June 1970


Mr ANTHONY - Provision for the operation of the wheat quota delivery scheme is made in Stare legislation and there is provision in that legislation for the payment for readily saleable over quota wheat provided that wheat is called for by the Australian Wheat Board, is sold and paid for in full before 30th September in that season, lt is up to the Wheat Board to determine what the rate of payment is if it is sold. However, 1 took the honourable member's question to relate to the next season - that is, op until 1971. All States operate under legislation on a permanent basis except New South Wales which is operating on a year-to-year basis. 1 would imagine that New South Wales will carry on the same form of legislation that it has had. In this case there will be provision for readily saleable over quota wheat. If it is sold and paid for in a year then it is not taken into account in the following season's quota.







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