Section 7 of Schedule 2 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks
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Compiled text (Section 7 - Jurisdictional division matter)
(1) Jurisdictional division matter may fall in or under entrenchment item 5.
(2) In this section, jurisdictional division matter includes the following:
- (a) establishment or admittance of a jurisdictional division;
- (b) dissolution of a jurisdictional division;
- (c) alteration of the territorial limits of a jurisdictional division;
- (d) making, amendment or repeal of the Constitution of a jurisdictional division;
- (e) non-revocable legislative power of jurisdictional divisions.
Exclusions from non-revocable legislative powers
(3) In paragraph (2)(e), non-revocable legislative power means legislative power other than the following:
- (a) establishment of relations with non-state jurisdictions outside Urabba Parks;
- (b) raising or maintaining of defence services;
- (c) imposition of any charge on purchases from outside the jurisdictional division;
- (d) issuance of securities in Urabba Parks except with the permission of the corporate legislature.
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
363. Subsection (1) provides that incidental matter may fall in or under entrenchment item 5. Subsection (2) provides that representation matter includes the establishment, dissolution, alteration of territorial limits, the making, amendment or repeal of the Constitution of a jurisdictional division and the non-revocable legislative powers of jurisdictional divisions.
364. Subsection (3) excludes from the term ‘non-revocable powers of jurisdictional divisions’ matters relating to external affairs, defence, imposition of levies on purchases from outside the jurisdictional division and the issuance of securities without authorisation from the Parliament of Urabba Parks (referred to as the corporate legislature). This subsection is intended to clarify that these powers of the Parliament of Urabba Parks that may be limited despite any provision that is an entrenched provision.
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