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MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE—CHILD SUPPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL (NO. 2) 2000

The following message from the Senate was reported:

Message No. 661

Mr Speaker

The Senate returns to the House of Representatives the bill for An Act to amend legislation relating to child support, and for related purposes, and acquaints the
House that the Senate has considered message no. 692 of the House relating to the bill.

The Senate:

(a) does not insist on its amendment no. 2 disagreed to by the House;

(b) insists on its amendments nos 1 and 3 to 5 disagreed to by the House;

(c) has agreed to amendment no. 6 made by the House in place of certain Senate amendments disagreed to by the House;

(d) has not agreed to amendments nos 2 to 5 and 7 made by the House in place of certain Senate amendments disagreed to by the House;

(e) has agreed to amendments nos 1 and 8 made by the House in place of certain Senate amendments disagreed to by the House, with amendments as indicated by the annexed schedule; and

(f) has made a further amendment as indicated by the annexed schedule.

The Senate desires the reconsideration of the bill by the House in respect of Senate amendments nos 1 and 3 to 5 and in respect of House amendments nos 2 to 5 and 7; requests the concurrence of the House in the amendments made by the Senate to House amendments nos 1 and 8; and requests the concurrence of the House in the further amendment made by the Senate.

MARGARET REID

President

The Senate

29 June 2001 a.m.

Ordered—That the message be considered forthwith.

Mr Anthony (Minister representing the Minister for Family and Community Services) moved—

(1) that the House does not insist on amendments Nos 2 to 5 and 7 disagreed to by the Senate; and

(2) that:

 (a) Senate amendments Nos 1 and 3 to 5 insisted on by the Senate,

(b) the amendments made by the Senate to amendments Nos 1 and 8 made by the House in place of certain Senate amendments disagreed to by the House, and

(c) the further amendment made by the Senate to the Bill,

be agreed to.

Debate ensued.

Question—put and passed.