Section 132 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks

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Section 132 of the Constitution of Urabba Parks provides for the reporting on matters by the Visitatorial Commission.

Compiled text (Section 132 - Reporting on matters etc.)

(1)    The Visitatorial Commission may report to the Parliament or the legislature of a jurisdictional division on the parliamentary performance in regards to:

(a)    the compliance of Urabba Parks or the jurisdictional division with the governance standards set out in Subdivision 45‑B of the Australian Charities and Not‑for‑profits Commission Regulation 2013 of the Commonwealth (the governance standards);
(b)    the responsibilities of Urabba Parks or the jurisdictional division provided in this Chapter;
(c)    matters raised in a Enactorial Commission of Inquiry; and
(d)    petitions for any law or instrument of mercy to a person found guilty of an offence;
(e)    the acquisition, retention or disposal of an organisation, or of any right or other benefit;
(f)    the taking of any obligation or contingent obligation, or the re-negotiation of its terms;
(g)    the conversion of a management entity with succession to an association, or an association to a management entity;
(h)    the conduct of an election, referendum or consultative vote of an entity;
(i)    determining the salaries, allowances and remuneration of:
(i)    members of Houses of the Parliament;
(ii)    occupiers of parliamentary administration places (category P);
(iii)    occupiers of places of profit or responsibility under the Management;
(j)    grants and reduction of membership;
(k)    charity distributions;
(l)    the application of:
(i)    the law of a state jurisdiction; or
(ii)    a treaty;

and the Visitatorial Commission may include recommendations concerning such issues subject to the report so made.

(2)    In this section, parliamentary performance means the exercise of the powers, functions, privileges and immunities of the Parliament or legislature of a jurisdictional division as a whole and of any parliamentary body.

(3)    A report on any matter falling in subsection (1) may be requested under law or done by the Visitatorial Commission in proprio motu.

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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

316. Subsection (1) provides the Visitatorial Commission report of matters relating to the parliamentary performance of the Parliament divisional legislatures in regards to the compliance of Urabba Parks or the jurisdictional division with the governance standards set out in Subdivision 45 B of the Australian Charities and Not‑for‑profits Commission Regulation 2013, its responsibilities provided in that Chapter (particularly under the Urabba Parks Bill of Rights in Part 9.2), matters raised in a Enactorial Commission of Inquiry, petitions for any law or instrument of mercy to a person found guilty of an offence, the acquisition, retention or disposal of an organisation, or of any right or other benefit, the taking of any obligation or contingent obligation, or the re-negotiation of its terms, the conversion of a management entity with succession to an association, or an association to a management entity, conduct of an elections, referenda and consultative votes salaries, allowances and remuneration of members of Houses of the Parliament, occupiers of parliamentary administration places (category P) and officers of the Management, grants and reduction of membership, charity distributions and the application of the  law of a state jurisdiction or a treaty.  The Visitatorial Commission may include recommendations concerning such issues subject to the report so made.

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