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Tuesday, 26 November 1974
Page: 2784


The CHAIRMAN (Senator Webster -We will now deal with clause 26- Dissolution of marriage. This clause is obviously one of the more important clauses of the Bill. Copies of 5 separate proposed amendments have been circulated to honourable senators. To facilitate the orderly consideration of the clause and of the amendments the Chair suggests for the consideration of honourable senators that the amendments might be dealt with in the following order: First, the amendment proposed by the AttorneyGeneral (Senator Murphy) which is listed as No. 38 on the Attorney-General's list of amendments which was circulated prior to the consolidated list being circulated. It is suggested that this amendment be dealt with first as it is the Government's proposal in relation to its own Bill. It is suggested that the amendments proposed by Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson, Senators Durack and Chaney, Senator Laucke and Senator Baume be considered in that order. Is any honourable senator opposed to this proposed method of dealing with clause 26 and the proposed amendments?







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