Section 18 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

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Section 18 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

Compiled text (Section 18 - Requirement as to deliberative components to be appointed directors)

(1)    No member of a deliberative component of the legislature may sit unless the member:

(a)    is a member by virtue of a representative place (category B) falling in the table in subsection 20(3); and
(b)    is eligible to be appointed a director of Urabba Parks by virtue of the place.

(2)    No alternate member of a body that is a deliberative component of the legislature may act unless the alternate member is an alternate director of Urabba Parks by virtue of the alternate member’s alternate membership of the body, any law or practice to the contrary notwithstanding.

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Legislation history
Statute or Instrument Number and year Assent Commencement Application, saving and transitional provisions
Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited Constitution Statute 2021 No. 1, 2021 5 Mar 2021 5 Mar 2021 (gaz 2021,p. 1)
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Relevant notes from the explanatory memorandum

103. Subsection (1) ensures that members of Houses of the Parliament are appointed directors (in this case, legislative directors).  Subsection (2) clarifies the position of alternate members, who are also to be appointed alternate directors (alternate legislative directors).

104. It is important that members of Houses are appointed directors because of their principal role in the system of government; and as the powers of the management a company are taken to be exercised by the directors, the lawmakers, as the principal delegators of such power, must be appointed directors in order for the system of government to translate to the lawful exercise of the overarching legislative power of Urabba Parks.

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