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Contents (1987 - 15)
Interpretation Act 1987 No 15
Current version for 15 September 2015 to date (accessed 18 November 2017 at 22:56)
Part 6 Section 40
40   Notice of statutory rules to be tabled
(1)  Written notice of the making of a statutory rule must be laid before each House of Parliament within 14 sitting days of that House after the day on which it is published on the NSW legislation website.
(2)  A written notice is to identify the statutory rule to which it relates.
(3)  A written notice shall identify a statutory rule by reference to:
(a)  the Act under which it is made, and
(b)  its citation (if any),
but need not refer to this Act merely because of the operation of section 26 or 43 in relation to the making of the statutory rule.
(3A)  A written notice may be laid before a House of Parliament by a Minister or by the Clerk of that House.
(4)  Failure to lay a written notice before each House of Parliament in accordance with this section does not affect the validity of a statutory rule, but such a notice must nevertheless be laid before each House.
(5)  Any provision of an Act that relates to the laying before each House of Parliament of statutory rules made under the Act is of no effect.
(6)  This section does not apply to the Standing Rules and Orders of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly.