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Wednesday, 25 August 1937

Senator DUNCAN-HUGHES - I hope that in the years that I have been in Parliament that has been made abundantly clear. The Assistant Minister said that we would not advance the validity of a regulation one iota by the certificate of a legal adviser. I dispute that assertion. I contend that by ensuring that a certain legal formula has to be complied with before a regulation can be promulgated we advance the probability of it being in legal form.

Senator Collings - "Why stop at the second' revising officer only? Why not have a. third revising officer to certify that the opinion of the second official is correct ?

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