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Wednesday, 7 July 1926


Senator FINDLEY (Victoria) . - We have the admission of the Minister that, although to the ordinary business man an item appeared perfectly clear and understandable, it was really not clear, and lawyers, in order to make it clear to themselves and at the same time ambiguous to the layman, recommended an alteration. Will the Minister be good enough to explain what was previously clear to the layman and not to the legal man?







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