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Firearms Legislation Amendment Bill 2022

Type: Government
Status: Assented on Mon 6 Jun 2022 - Act No 19 of 2022 (GG. No. 251, 10/06/2022, n2021-1050)
Origin: Legislative Assembly
Member with Carriage: Toole, Paul
Act number: 19/2022
Long Title: An Act to amend the Firearms Act 1996 to clarify certain requirements in relation to Category D firearms licences and to amend the Firearms Regulation 2017 to make consequential amendments and update references to government agencies.
Legislative Assembly
Initially introduced in the Legislative Assembly
Introduced by: Toole, Paul
Notice of Motion: Tue 10 May 2022
Introduced: Wed 11 May 2022
First Reading: Wed 11 May 2022
2R Speech: Wed 11 May 2022
Second Reading: Tue 17 May 2022
Considered in Detail: Tue 17 May 2022
Third Reading: Tue 17 May 2022
Date Passed LA: Tue 17 May 2022
Legislative Council
Introduced: Tue 17 May 2022
First Reading: Tue 17 May 2022
2R Speech: Tue 17 May 2022
Second Reading: Thu 19 May 2022
Date Committed: Thu 19 May 2022
Reported without amendment: Thu 19 May 2022
Report Adopted: Thu 19 May 2022
Third Reading: Thu 19 May 2022
Date Passed w'out amdt: Thu 19 May 2022
Returned to LA: Thu 19 May 2022
  • Passed Parliament: Thu 19 May 2022
  • Assented: Mon 6 Jun 2022
Documents and Transcripts
Text of Bill:
Passed by both Houses.pdf Passed by both Houses.pdf
Previous Version(s):
First Print.pdf First Print.pdf
Explanatory Notes:
XN Firearms Legislation Amendment Bill 2022.pdf XN Firearms Legislation Amendment Bill 2022.pdf

Transcript of speeches:
2R Speech LA Second Reading Speech LA
2R Speech LC Second Reading Speech LC

Amendments for Consideration:
Legislative Assembly
SFF amendments - c2022-100A.pdf SFF amendments - c2022-100A.pdf
Legislative Council
SFF c2022-081E.pdf SFF c2022-081E.pdf
GRNS c2022-102A.pdf GRNS c2022-102A.pdf

Amendments Agreed To:
Legislative Assembly
No amendments.
Legislative Council
No amendments.

Bill digest
See Legislation Review Digest No. 43 for an examination of this Bill by the Legislation Review Committee.