Annual report 2003 - 2004
Department of the Chief Minister
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100 DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF MINISTER O TH ER IN FO R M A TI O N LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK Acts and regulations administered by the Department on behalf of the Chief Minister. Acts Administrators Pensions Act AustralAsia Railway Corporation Act AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Act AustralAsia Railway (Third Party Access) Act Commission of Inquiry (Deaths in Custody) Act Desert Knowledge Australia Act Essential Goods and Services Act Flag and Emblem Act Inquiries Act Mutual Recognition (Northern Territory) Act Parks and Reserves (Framework for the Future) Act Referendums Act Remuneration (Statutory Bodies) Act Remuneration Tribunal Act Transfer of Powers Act Transfer of Powers (Further Provisions) Act Transfer of Powers (Self-Government) Act Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act Validation (Native Title) Act Regulations AustralAsia Railway Corporation (Investment) Regulations AustralAsia Railway (Special Provisions) Regulations Inquiries (Witnesses Expenses) Regulations Referendums Regulations The Administrative Arrangements Order (AAO), made by the Administrator of the Northern Territory acting with the advice of the Executive Council, is also the responsibility of the Department. The AAO sets out the Ministries and the agencies, legislation and principal areas of Government for which Ministers have responsibility. It is updated on a regular basis.
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