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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 8 Hansard (27 June) . . Page.. 2393..

Schedule of amendments

Schedule 1

Workers Compensation (Acts Of Terrorism) Amendment Bill 2002

Amendments circulated by Minister for Industrial Relations


Clause 4

Proposed new section 30G (3)

Page 8, line 9-


(3) However, the regulations must not impose a levy for a period that is-

(a) for an approved insurer-more than 10% of the premiums received by the insurer in relation to compulsory insurance policies issued by the insurer that begin during the period; and

(b) for a self-insurer-more than 10% of the estimated premium that would have been payable by the self-insurer for a compulsory insurance policy obtained by the self-insurer that began at the beginning of the period.


Schedule 1

Proposed new amendment 1.12A

Page 13, line 14-


[1.12A] Section 9J (5)


(5) In this section:

public transport means a public bus or taxi within the meaning of the Road Transport (Public Passenger Services) Act 2001.


Schedule 1

Amendment 1.16

Page 14, line 4-

omit amendment 1.16, substitute

[1.16] Section 12


12 Meaning of insurer and given to insurer for pt 6.2

(1) In this part:

insurer , in relation to a claim against an employer, means-

(a) the approved insurer with whom the employer has or had a compulsory insurance policy that applies to the claim; or

(b) if the employer was a self-insurer when the injury happened-the employer; or

(c) if, when the injury happened, the employer was not a self-insurer and the employer has or had no compulsory insurance policy that applies to the claim-the nominal insurer.

(2) For this part, a claim is given to the insurer if the claim is given to the insurer or the insurer is given notice of the claim by the employer or worker.

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