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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 7 Hansard (25 June) . . Page.. 2480..


Planning and Land Council Appointments 2003 (No 11)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-138 (LR, 18 June 2003).

Planning and Land Council Appointments 2003 (No 12)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-139 (LR, 18 June 2003).

Planning and Land Council Appointments 2003 (No 13)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-140 (LR, 18 June 2003).

Planning and Land Council Appointments 2003 (No 14)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-141 (LR, 18 June 2003).

Pounds Act-Pounds (Fees) Revocation and Determination 2003- Disallowable instrument DI2003-101 (LR, 13 June 2003).

Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act-Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Amendment Regulations 2003 (No 2)-Subordinate Law SL2003-14 (LR, 10 June 2003).

Stock Act-Stock (Fees) Revocation and Determination 2003 (No 1)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-99 (LR, 13 June 2003).

Surveyors Act-Surveyors Practice Directions Determination 2003 (No 1)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-118 (LR, 16 June 2003).

Veterinary Surgeons Act-Veterinary Surgeons-Determination of Fees 2003 (No 1)-Disallowable instrument DI2003-113 (LR, 16 June 2003).

Land sales

MRS DUNNE

(3.19): I seek leave to move a motion regarding the Gungahlin Development Authority and Harrison 1 Estate.

Leave not granted.

Suspension of standing and temporary orders

MRS DUNNE

(3.21): I move:

That so much of the standing and temporary orders be suspended as would allow Mrs Dunne to move a motion regarding the Gungahlin Development Authority and Harrison 1 Estate.

Mr Speaker, we do not move lightly to suspend standing orders, especially on private members' day. After all, this is the day in the sun for the members of the opposition and the cross-benchers. However, the issues which have arisen as a result of two lots of questioning over two days in relation to Harrison 1 Estate are very important. Much of what has been said in this place, and done in other places, hangs on the issue of whether or not there is appropriate legal advice to allow this to happen.

For the benefit of the Assembly, for the benefit of the public and for the scrutiny and openness of government, it is important that we have an open and accountable system, and that this minister, on the basis of a simple request, provides that information to the Assembly.


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