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Wednesday, 14 August 1974
Page: 944

Senator MURPHY (New South WalesAttorneyGeneral) - The point raised by Senator Sheil does not arise. In answer to Senator Wright may I say that normally one would say that if something is authorised especially by a State one would not want it to be affected by this kind of enactment. But suppose a State went directly against the intendment of the legislation and decided to use an exempting provision in order to defeat the spirit of this enactment. In these circumstances there should be some means of dealing with that situation. That is why the provision 'except as provided by the regulations' is in the Bill.

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