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Private Health Insurance Legislation Amendment Bill 2009


Type
Government
Originating house
House of Representatives
Status
Act
Portfolio
Health and Ageing

Summary

Amends the: Private Health Insurance Act 2007 and Age Discrimination Act 2004 to allow insurers to permanently offer extended family policies to cover ‘dependent child non-students’; and Private Health Insurance Act 2007 to make amendments consequential on the establishment of the National Joint Replacement Register.

Progress of bill

For committee reference information, please see the Notes section at the end of this page.

House of Representatives
Introduced and read a first time 03/06/09  
Second reading moved 03/06/09  
Second reading debate 25/06/09  
Second reading agreed to 25/06/09  
Third reading agreed to 25/06/09  
     
Senate
Introduced and read a first time 25/06/09  
Second reading moved 25/06/09  
Second reading debate 25/06/09  
Second reading agreed to 25/06/09  
Third reading agreed to 25/06/09  
     
Text of bill as passed both Houses 25/06/09  
Assent 01/07/09 Act no.: 66 of 2009
     

Text of bill

  • First reading

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  • As passed by both Houses

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Explanatory memoranda

  • Explanatory memorandum

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Second reading speeches


Proposed amendments

No proposed amendments have been circulated.

Schedules of amendments

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Notes
  • Referred to Committee (03/06/2009): Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee
  • Committee report (16/06/2009)
  • Access information for House of Representatives and Senate committees
  • An electronic version of this Act is available in ComLaw ( www.comlaw.gov.au )