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About Queensland legislation
OQPC works with government policy officers to prepare new Queensland legislation. OQPC also works with members of Parliament and their staff to prepare private members' legislation for consideration by Parliament. OQPC's website contains resources to assist people who work with OQPC to develop legislation. Included is information about fundamental legislative principles and how these principles are considered when drafting legislation, and information about how the Human Rights Act 2019 requires new legislation to be scrutinised to ensure it is compatible with human rights.
Go to Instructing OQPC on the OQPC website to access these resources.
Information about legislative processes managed by the Office of
the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel (OQPC), part of the
Governing Queensland suite of handbooks
A guide to using this website to find Queensland legislation and
Other legislative resources
Sets out the responsibilities of ministers and their portfolios,
including the Acts they (and their departments and agencies) are
responsible for administering.
The Local Government Act 2009 provides for local governments, other than the Brisbane City Council, to make local laws for good rule and government in their local government areas. The City of Brisbane Act 2010 makes equivalent provision for the Brisbane City Council.
guidelines concern the drafting practices to be observed when
drafting local laws.
Last updated 22 August 2022 at 11:55