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Product Emissions Standards (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2017


Type
Government
Originating house
House of Representatives
Status
Act
Portfolio
Environment and Energy

Summary

Part of a package of four bills to introduce national emission standards for new non-road spark ignition engines and equipment, the bill amends the Customs Act 1901 to clarify that emissions-controlled products imported or exported in contravention of the proposed Product Emissions Standards Act 2017 are not forfeited to the Crown under section 229 of the Act.

Progress of bill

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House of Representatives
Introduced and read a first time 10/08/17  
Second reading moved 10/08/17  
Second reading debate 05/09/17  
Referred to Federation Chamber 05/09/17  
Second reading debate 06/09/17  
Second reading agreed to 06/09/17  
Reported from Federation Chamber 06/09/17  
Third reading agreed to 06/09/17  
     
Senate
Introduced and read a first time 07/09/17  
Second reading moved 07/09/17  
Second reading debate 11/09/17  
Second reading agreed to 11/09/17  
Committee of the Whole debate 11/09/17  
Third reading agreed to 11/09/17  
     
Finally passed both Houses 11/09/17  
Assent 14/09/17 Act no: 107 - Year: 2017
     

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
  • An electronic version of this Act is available on the Federal Register of Legislation (www.legislation.gov.au)