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Companion Animals and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018

Type: Government
Status: Assented on Fri 15 Jun 2018 - Act No 27 of 2018 (GG No. 63, 22/06/2018, p3896)
Origin: Legislative Council
Member with Carriage: Blair, Niall (Upton, Gabrielle)
Act number: 27/2018
Long Title: An Act to amend the Companion Animals Act 1998 and other legislation to make further provision about the welfare of animals and the duties and responsibilities of their owners, including by giving effect to some of the recommendations of the Inquiry into Companion Animal Breeding Practices in New South Wales.
Progress
Legislative Council
Initially introduced in the Legislative Council
Introduced by: Blair, Niall
Notice of Motion: Tue 22 May 2018
Introduced: Wed 23 May 2018
First Reading: Wed 23 May 2018
2R Speech: Wed 23 May 2018
Second Reading: Tue 5 Jun 2018
Date Committed: Tue 5 Jun 2018
Third Reading: Tue 5 Jun 2018
Date Passed w'out amdt: Tue 5 Jun 2018
Legislative Assembly
Member with Carriage: Upton, Gabrielle
Introduced: Wed 6 Jun 2018
First Reading: Wed 6 Jun 2018
2R Speech: Wed 6 Jun 2018
Second Reading: Wed 6 Jun 2018
Third Reading: Wed 6 Jun 2018
Date Passed w'out amdt: Wed 6 Jun 2018
  • LC Sent to Governor: Fri 8 Jun 2018
  • Passed Parliament: Wed 6 Jun 2018
  • Assented: Fri 15 Jun 2018
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 Companion Animals and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018.pdf XN Companion Animals and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018.pdf

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

Amendments for Consideration:
Legislative Assembly
No amendments.
Legislative Council
c2018-057B.pdf c2018-057B.pdf

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

Bill digest
See Legislation Review Digest No.9 of 2018 for an examination of this Bill by the Legislation Review Committee.