Scotch Whisky is a transparent liquid ranging in colour from pale yellow to deep amber. The product may exhibit a haze on storage at low temperatures, such as below 0ºC, but such a haze may also be apparent in some Scotch Whiskies after mixing with water and/or ice.
Chronological list of Public Acts in force – 871 titles 1838-2020 Wesleyan Methodists, Independents and Baptists Temporalities Act 1838 2 Vic No 7 Imperial Repeal of Colonial Waste Lands Acts 18 & […]
New South Wales Acts Law Reform (Law and Equity) Act 1972 No 28 Long title 1 Name of Act 2 Commencement 3 Repeal and amendment 4 Application 5 Rules of equity to […]
Introduction Prehistoric settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia at least 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, […]
The Guidelines are designed to assist departmental and agency officials, statutory office holders and the staff of statutory authorities in their dealings with the parliament. The term ‘official’ is used throughout the Guidelines; it includes all persons employed by the Commonwealth who are undertaking duties within a Commonwealth department or agency (whether employed under the Public Service Act 1999 or other legislation) and those in government business enterprises, corporations and companies.
The term “privilege”, in relation to parliamentary privilege, refers to an immunity from the ordinary law which is recognised by the law as a right of the Houses and their members. Privilege in this restricted and special sense is often confused with privilege in the colloquial sense of a special benefit or special arrangement which gives some advantage to either House or its members. Privileges in the colloquial sense, however useful or well-established they might be, have nothing to do with immunities under the law. The word “immunity” is best used in relation to privilege in the sense of immunity under the law, and is used here.
The functions of ASIS are:
to obtain, in accordance with the Government’s requirements, intelligence about the capabilities, intentions or activities of people or organisations outside Australia
The Commissioner and any Deputy Commissioner are members of the Australian Federal Police. Under Division 2 of Part IV, the Commissioner may declare AFP employees to be members and certain members may be declared to be commissioned police officers. Under Division 1 of Part II, members provide police services and that Division also deals with powers of members.
Whereby any law referred to in subsection 3(2) (including a provision that would, but for this Act, have effect by virtue of such a law) it is provided that a person is liable to the punishment of death, the reference to the punishment of death shall be read, construed and applied as if the penalty of imprisonment for life were substituted for that punishment.
An Act for the Interpretation of Acts of Parliament and for Shortening their Language Part 1—Preliminary 1 Short title This Act may be cited as the Acts Interpretation Act 1901. 1A Simplified […]