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  1. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Constitution Act, 1934. - Legislation on-line (Current)

    Adoption: 1934 | AUS-1934-L-102413

  2. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Criminal Code Act 1924 (No. 69 of 1924). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1924-04-04 | AUS-1924-L-81990

    An Act to declare, consolidate, and amend the criminal law, and to establish a code of criminal law.

  3. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Crimes Act 1914 (No. 12, 1914). - Act on-line (Vol. 1) Act on-line (Vol. 2)

    Adoption: 1914 | AUS-1914-L-72990

    VOLUME 1
    Part I - Preliminary
    Part IAA - Search warrants and powers of arrest
    Part IA - General
    Part IAB - Controlled operations for obtaining evidence about Commonwealth offences
    Part IAC - Assumed identities
    Part IAD - Protection of children in proceedings for sexual offences
    Part IB - Sentencing, imprisonment and release of federal offenders
    Part IC - Investigation of Commonwealth offences
    Part ID - Forensic procedures

    VOLUME 2
    Part ID - Forensic procedures (division 4 onwards)
    Part II - Offences against the Government
    Part IIA - Protection of the Constitution and of public and other services
    Part III - Offences relating to the administration of justice
    Part IIIA - Child sex tourism
    Part VI - Offences by and against public officers
    Part VII - Official secrets and unlawful soundings
    Part VIIA - Offences relating to postal services
    Part VIIC - Pardons, quashed convictions and spent convictions
    Part VIII - Miscellaneous

  4. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Criminal Code Act Compilation Act 1913 (No. 28 of 1913 (4 Geo. V No. 28)). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1913-12-30 | AUS-1913-L-105602

  5. Australie - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    Constitution Act 1902 No 32. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1902-08-18 | AUS-1902-C-93159

    An Act to consolidate the Acts relating to the Constitution.
    Part 1 Preliminary
    Part 2 Powers of the Legislature
    Part 2A The Governor
    Part 3 The Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly
    Part 4 The Executive
    Part 4A Parliamentary Secretaries
    Part 5 The Consolidated Fund
    Part 6 Officers and departments
    Part 7 Enrolment of Acts
    Part 8 Local government
    Part 9 The judiciary

  6. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Crimes Act 1900 (No. 40). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1900-10-31 | AUS-1900-L-81277

    Regulates criminal law in the state of New South Wales.

  7. Australie - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. - The Australian Constitution Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1900-07-09 | AUS-1900-C-27175

    The official text of 9 July 1900 as amended to 31 October 1986, together with the Proclamation Declaring Establishment of Commonwealth of September 17, 1900; Letters Patent Relating to the Office of Governor-General; the Statute of Westminister Adoption Act of 1942; and the Australia Act of 1986.

  8. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Crimes Act 1900 (A1900-40). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1900 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1963-05-23 | AUS-1900-L-105317

  9. Australie - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Criminal Code Act 1899. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1899 | AUS-1899-L-97950

  10. Australie - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    Constitution Act 1867. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1867 | AUS-1867-C-97948

  11. Australie - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    Australian Constitutions Act 1844 (Imp.). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1844 | AUS-1844-C-93306

    Amends the 1842 Constitutions Act to insert a new section concerning the definition of Colony.

  12. Australie - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    Australian Constitutions Act 1842 (Imp.). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1842 | AUS-1842-C-93305

    This Constitution created a partly elective legislature for New South Wales (of which Queensland was a part) and authorised the establishment of representative legislative councils for New South Wales and Tasmania.

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