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Acts and ordinances of the Governor & Council of New South Wales

Acts and ordinances of the Governor & Council of New South Wales

and Acts of Parliament enacted for, and applied to, the Colony, with notes & index

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Published by W.J. Row in Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Australia -- New South Wales.,
  • Statutes -- Australia -- New South Wales.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesActs of Parliament enacted for, and applied to, the Colony, Supplement to Acts and ordinances, Acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council (1824-1844)
    Statementby Thomas Callaghan, esq. ...
    SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 96-002
    ContributionsCallaghan, Thomas, 1818-1868., Queensland. Parliament.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 v. in 6 parts.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21154703M

    The Murders Abroad Act had previously given Lachlan Macquarie, the Governor of New South Wales, an increased legal authority over New Zealand and murders or manslaughters could be tried in an admiralty court just as if they had been committed at sea. Places of worship Published on State Library of NSW () The acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales.

    Interpretation Ordinance are repealed. (4.) The Interpretation Ordinance , as amended by this Ordinance, may be cited as the Interpretation Ordinance 5. In this Ordinance, unless the contrary intention appears, " continued State law " means (a) a law of the State of New South Wales in its appli­File Size: KB. "Queensland" must now be read for "New South Wales," in the section, Supreme Court of , s. 36, title SUPREME COURT. 9. Acts of Council to be enrolled in the office of Registrar General. All Acts passed by the Governor of New South Wales with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof during the present.

      This article re-considers Governor Richard Bourke's Punishment and Summary Jurisdiction Act , the most celebrated legal intervention in the history of the ‘convict colony’ of New South Wales by a governor whose liberalism and humanitarianism epitomized Cited by: 2. THE NEW SOUTH WALES LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 19 In , the New South Wales Act was replaced by an Imperial statute now known as the Australian Courts Act The Act increased the size of the Council to between 10 and 15 members, all nominated by the Governor Mem- bers were no longer required to take an oath of secrecy, thus allowing public.


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Governor. and New South Wales. Legislative Council. Acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales under the authority of the Act of the Imperial Parliament of the 4th of Geo.

cap. 96 and passed during the administration of His Excellency Lieut. Gen. Ralph Darling, Printed at the Gazette Office by R. Mansfield, for the executors of the late R. Howe Sydney The acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales.

- A collection item from the State Library of New South Wales Published: Sydney: Printed by E. Statham, [] Call number: DSM/ Q/ N SET Vol.2, pt - A collection item from the State Library of New South Wales Published: Sydney: Printed by E.

Statham, []Call number: DSM/ Q/ N SET Vol.2, pt.2 The acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales. Acts and Ordinances of the Governor & Council of New South Wales, and Acts of Parliament Enacted For, and Applied To, the Colony, with Notes & Index, Volume 3, Part 3 by New South Wales, Thomas Callaghan4/5.

Location of Repository Acts and ordinances of the governor & Council of New South Wales, and acts of Parliament enacted for, and applied to, the colony, with notes & index. By New South Wales.

Presbyterian Church of New South Wales and to provide for the Election and Appointment of Trustees in whom such Property may be vested and to make further provisions in reference thereto. [8th November, ] W HEREAS by an Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales passed in the eighth year of the Reign of His.

Laws and ordinances of the governor and Council of New South Wales: under the authority of the act of the Imperial Parliament of the 4th of Geo. cap.

and passed during the administration of His Excellency Lieut.-Gen. Ralph Darling: with a table of the title and index /Author: New South Wales. An Act (of Parliament) is "a Bill which has passed all three readings in each House of Parliament, received Royal Assent and become law" (from NSW Parliament glossary of terms.)Acts are also known as Statutes.

Regulations are made under the authority of an : Is Info. history, practice and procedure of the New South Wales Legislative Council – the Upper House of the New South Wales Parliament, and the first and oldest legis-lative body in Australia.

Since its formation inthe New South Wales Legislative Council has been a contested institution, the focus of continuous struggle regarding its composition.

Numerous ordinances were made under the Local Government Act (NSW). These are only in the State Library. The following is a list of consolidations of the Ordinances under the Act, as at a particular date or point in : Is Info. English, Book, Government publication edition: The acts and ordinances of New South Wales, 4 William IV.

and 5 William IV., by His Excellency Major General Bourke, C.B., with the advice of the Legislative Council. New South Wales. Ordinance 70 and Ordinance 71 at the State Library. Local Government Ordinance Building (New South Wales) as at July Call number: N/7A.

Available Author: Is Info. Votes and proceedings of the Legislative Council / Legislative Council, New South Wales; The acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales; Report from the Committee on the Presbyterian Church Act Amendment Bill: with the minutes of evidence a Report of the Council of the Australian College.

New South Wales Government ( ). The New South Wales Government Gazette. Sydney: Government Printer. New South Wales Government (). The acts and ordinances of the Governor and Council of New South Wales.

Sydney: Printed by E. Statham. State Records Authority of New South Wales. () Archives in Brief – Local government. Wales with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof That a certain Act or Ordinance of the Governor and Council of New South Wales passed in the sixth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Fourth intituled " AN, Act for registering Deeds and.

" to indemnify certain Officers for Acts already done" it was enacted that all Laws Acts or Ordinances of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales which then were or thereafter might be in force within the said Colony should extend to and be applied in the.

XII. An Act to continue for a limited time an Act of the Governor and Council of New South Wales intituled " An Act regulating for the " constitution of Juries and for the Trial of " Issues in certain cases Supreme in Court the of "New South Wales" mak furthee anr d to provision for Trial by Jury in Criminal Cases in the said Colony [28th.

The Governor is the formal head of state in New South Wales. The Role of Governor has changed greatly over the years.

The Governor today has an important constitutional, ceremonial and community role in New South Wales. In respect of constitutional matters, the Governor acts on the advice of his/her Ministers.

Constitutional Role. New South Wales Act An Act for the better Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land () 4 Geo. IV, c. 96, ss. 24, 29, 30, 31, XXIV. And Whereas it may be necessary to make Laws and Ordinances for the Welfare and good Government of the said Colony of New South Wales, and the Dependencies thereof, the Occasions of which cannot be foreseen, nor without much.

Local government law & practice New South Wales edited by RJ Browning & AR Bluett, 2nd ed,2 volumes Call number: /19B1 and /19B2.

Onsite : Is Info. New South Wales and it is expedient that the Laws of New South Wales should be enforced in Her Majesty's said Dominions so far as the same can be applied in the Administration of Justice therein Be it therefore enacted That all Laws and Acts or Ordinances of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales which now.LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT —ORDINANCE (Relating to the adoption of the Building Code of Australia and other matters) NEW SOUTH WALES [Published in Gazette No.

of 1 November ] HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, and in pursuance of the Local Government Acthas been pleased to.This is a list of the Acts of the Legislative Council of the Colony of New South Wales which was established by the New South Wales Act (UK).

The numbers after the titles of the acts are chapter numbers. Acts before were referenced using the 'Year of reign'.