Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (10 May) . . Page.. 1957 ..
Hour MyWay Paper Ticket/ Cash 20 $1,215.30 $156.60 21 $927.04 $120.10 22 $309.24 $43.70 23 $83.41 $2.40 Total $100,555.89 $13,042.95
(f) Attachment C displays Transport Canberra fares taken on 27 February 2018 broken down by (i) fare type, (ii) payment type and (iii) hour.
(g) Attachment D displays Transport Canberra trips taken on 27 February 2018 with each Transport Canberra route broken down by fare type.
(h) Attachment E displays Transport Canberra trips taken on 27 February 2018 with each Transport Canberra route broken down by (i) peak and (ii) off-peak trips.
(i) Attachment F displays Transport Canberra fares taken on 27 February 2018 with each Transport Canberra route broken down of fare type.
(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).
Government—will bank service (Question No 1316)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Regulatory Services, upon notice, on 13 April 2018 (redirected to the Attorney-General):
Does the ACT Government currently have plans to implement a "Will Bank" service for storage of residents' wills and enduring power of attorney documents, similar to that of Victoria's; if so, can the Minister provide (a) an outline of what this service will consist of and (b) the implementation schedule for this service.
Mr Ramsay: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The ACT Government does not currently have plans to implement a Will Bank service for storage of residents' will and power of attorney documents, similar to that of Victoria's.
POWERS OF ATTORNEY
The registration of Powers of Attorney in the ACT is not compulsory unless the attorney proposes to deal with the principal's (real) property. In the event that an attorney seeks to do so, they must register the Power of Attorney with Access Canberra. Registration of these Powers of Attorney will ensure that these documents are placed on a public register and available for general search. The same provisions apply to Enduring Powers of Attorney as for General Powers of Attorney.
Currently, under S.32 of the Wills Act 1968, a person may deposit a will with the office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court. Upon doing so the Registrar maintains the will in safe custody until dealt with either by request of the executor to deliver it on death of the person or destroy it with the permission of a judge of the Court. S.33 of the Act requires the Registrar to maintain an index of wills deposited under S.32 and must allow a person to search that index.