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Tuesday, 14 June 1904


Mr GLYNN (Angas) - This is rather a laige power to give to the Registrar, unless it is toned down by some other provision. In clause 28, which has been postponed, I had intended to move that there should be some check upon the discretion of the Registrar.


Mr Deakin - There is an appeal to the President.


Mr GLYNN - I know that there is an appeal ; but under this clause, if the Registrar gives a certificate, the case goes before the Fedetal Court.


Mr Watson - But that does not insure that it will be decided in a particular direction.


Mr GLYNN - It gives rise to a multiplicity of chances. However, I do not wish to interfere too much with the machinerv of the Bill.







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