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Thursday, 10 July 1930


Senator DALY (South Australia) (Vice-President of the Executive Council) . - I move-

That so much of the Standing and Sessional Orders be suspended as would prevent the bill being passed through its remaining stages without delay.

I am aware, Mr. President, that it is your wish that the power sought by this motion should not be exercised except in urgent circumstances. I am instructed by the Clerk of the Senate that the amendments have all been printed, and until this bill becomes law it is impossible for the judge appointed by the Government to proceed with insolvency work. It is the desire of the Government to have the bill passed into law without delay, so that instructions may be given to the judge to proceed with his work, and that the congestion of insolvency business obtaining in Melbourne and Sydney at the present time may be removed.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Bill (on the motion by Senator Daly) read a third time.







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