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Interpretation Act 1987 No 15
Current version for 15 September 2015 to date (accessed 29 May 2017 at 23:16)
Part 6A Section 45C
45C   Publication on NSW legislation website
(1)  The Parliamentary Counsel may publish on the NSW legislation website under the authority of the Government:
(a)  legislation (as originally made or as amended), and
(a1)  the Gazette (as individual gazette notices or as a collection of gazette notices), and
(b)  other matter (including information relating to legislation and any matter authorised by law to be published on the website).
(2)  Legislation, the Gazette or other matter is published on the NSW legislation website:
(a)  if it is made accessible in full on that website, or
(b)  if notice of its making, issue or other production is made accessible on that website and it is made accessible separately in full on that website or in any other identified location.
(3)  The date on which legislation, the Gazette or other matter is published on the NSW legislation website is the date notified by the Parliamentary Counsel as the date of its publication (being not earlier than the date on which it was first made so accessible).
(4)  If legislation, the Gazette or other matter cannot for technical or other reasons be published on the NSW legislation website at a particular time, the legislation, the Gazette or other matter may be published at that time in such other manner as the Parliamentary Counsel determines and published on that website as soon as practicable thereafter. In that case, it is taken to have been published on that website at that earlier time.
(5)  The Parliamentary Counsel is to compile and maintain a database of legislation or Gazettes published on the NSW legislation website, and may certify the form of legislation or Gazettes so published that is correct.
(6)  For the purpose of facilitating public access to instruments on the NSW legislation website, the Parliamentary Counsel may determine the following matters:
(a)  the requirements for lodging instruments required to be published on that website,
(b)  standard technical requirements with respect to the drafting or form of those instruments.