Section 2 of Schedule 2 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks
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Compiled text (Section 2 - Reading of table of entrenchment items)
(1) Items in the table in section 1 shall be positioned:
- (a) firstly by entrenching items before other items; and
- (b) then by component, with each component being separated by a full stop.
Note: An entrenching item means an item provided in the table in section 1 of Schedule 2 that does not begin with a number: see subsection 4(1) of the Constitution.
(2) For the avoidance of any doubt:
- (a) an entrenchment item (and all laws and acts falling in the item) fall under another entrenchment item if the item begins with the other item; and
- (b) something falls within an entrenchment item if it is included in the item by virtue of an entrenching item.
Law not made
|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)|
|Provision affected||How affected|
Relevant notes from the explanatory memorandum
356. Subsection (1) provides that entrenchment items are to be positioned (sorted) by items beginning with a letters before items beginning with numbers and then by components, with a full stop separating each component. This method of positioning is not dissimilar to the system used for registration items (see note 47).
357. Subsection (2) provides that an entrenchment item falls within another item if it begins with another item – so this would mean entrenchment item 1.1 falls within entrenchment item 1. Under subparagraph 130(1)(a)(ii), laws falling within an item are void to the extent of any inconsistency with laws falling under the item. So laws falling in item 1 are void to the extent they are inconsistent with laws falling in item 1.1.
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