Section 75 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

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Section 75 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks provides for the original jurisdiction of the Court of Directors.

Compiled text (Section 75 - Original jurisdiction of Court)

(1)    In all matters:

(a)    arising under any treaty;
(b)    affecting consultants or other representatives of other non-state jurisdictions with similar status;
(c)    in which Urabba Parks, or a person suing or being sued on behalf of Urabba Parks, is a party;
(d)    between jurisdictional divisions, or between members by residence of different jurisdictional divisions, or between a jurisdictional division and a member by residence of another jurisdictional division;
(e)    in which a writ of Mandamus or prohibition or injunction is sought against an officer of Urabba Parks;

the Court of Directors shall have original jurisdiction.

(2)    In this section, treaty means a deed or agreement between non-state jurisdictions affecting the legislative or executive policy of the parties.

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Commencement

Law not made

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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)
Amendment history
Provision affected How affected

Relevant notes from the explanatory memorandum

205. Subsection (1), based on the section 75 of the Australian Constitution, vests some original jurisdiction in the Court of Directors such as treaties (defined in subsection 4(1) as ‘’), consultants and external representatives, governmental officers and jurisdictional divisions.

206. Subsection (2) defines ‘treaty’ as a deed or agreement between non-state jurisdictions affecting the legislative or executive policy of the parties.

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