Clause 4 of Schedule 2 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

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Clause 4 of Schedule 2 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks defines incidental matter for the purposes of inclusion in an entrenchment.

Compiled text (Clause 4 - Incidental matter)

(1)    Incidental matter may fall in any entrenchment.

(2)    In subclause (1), incidental matter includes the following:

(a)    a law containing entrenchable matter (although matters are not incidental by virtue of being contained in a law falling in this paragraph)
(b)    the commencement of entrenchable matter;
(c)    the long title and short title of a law dealing only with entrenchable matter;
(d)    the operation of entrenchable matter;
(e)    definitions and law of interpretation of entrenchable matter;
(f)    the manner in which regulations or other instruments made by the Executive Government of Urabba Parks or a jurisdictional division are to be approved or consulted on beforehand under law in relation to entrenchable matter.

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Legislation history
Statute or Instrument Number and year Assent Commencement Application, saving and transitional provisions
Constitution Adoption 2021 No. 1, 2021 11 Jan 2021 1 Feb 2021 (gaz 2021,p. 1)
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Relevant notes from the explanatory memorandum

360. This clause provides for the entrenchment of matters incidental to the making of entrenched matters.  Subclause (1) provides that incidental matter may fall in any entrenchment.  Subclause (2) provides that incidental matter includes the commencement, long and short title, operation, interpretation and the making of regulations or other instruments are made under entrenchable matter – which is defined in subclause 4(2) to include matters that under this Part may fall in an entrenchment other than an entrenchment 1, or falls under that entrenchment.

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