Federal Register of Legislation
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|Available in||Australian English|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|Editor||Office of Parliamentary Counsel|
The Federal Register of Legislation is the Australian Government's official register of federal legislation, run by the Office of Parliamentary Counsel. The Federal Register of Legislation was created by the Legislation Act 2003, incorporating the functions and responsibilities of the now defunct ComLaw and Federal Register of Legislative Instruments. The Register provides copies of all in force and superseded federal legislation, as well as legislative instruments, Regulations, Determinations, Notifiable Instruments and Administrative Arrangement Orders from 1901 onwards. Most historical legislation may be made available by request. Unedited versions of legislation taken from the Federal Register of Legislation are able to be held as "authorised versions" of such legislation, and are admissible to court.
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