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Using legislative tables on this website

 

Our website enables users to generate point-in-time tables of current and cumulative information about Queensland legislation. The tables are automatically generated on demand from the data available on the website at the time a user runs a request.

For most of the tables, users can select a relevant date range if they wish and, most importantly, results are generated very quickly.

 

What tables are available?

The tables currently available are: 

  • Current and point-in-time information

    • Acts in force

    • Subordinate legislation in force

    • Uncommenced Acts 

  • Cumulative information

    • Bills introduced

    • Acts assented to

    • Subordinate legislation made

    • Repealed Acts

    • Repealed subordinate legislation.

 

How do the tables work?

  • Tables for current and point-in-time information:  
    • Click the Legislative tables link.

    • From the dot point list, select the table you want to run and click the link for that table.

    • If necessary, use the calendar to adjust the end-date for your data.

      Notes:

      • The default end-date is today’s date.

      • The start date for all generated data is 1 January 1963.

      • This functionality is not available for the uncommenced Acts table.

    • For some tables, you can choose to change the way the results will be sorted—alphabetically or chronologically.

    • Click the Generate table button.

  • Tables for cumulative information  

    • Click the Legislative tables link.

    • From the dot point list, select the table you want to run and click the link for that table.

    • If necessary, use the calendars to adjust the start-date and end-date for your data.

      Notes:

      • The default end-date is today’s date.

      • The earliest start-date for all the tables except ‘Bills introduced’ is 1 January 1963; for ‘Bills introduced’, the earliest start-date is 3 November 1992.

    • For all cumulative tables except ‘Bills introduced’, you can choose to change the way the results will be sorted—alphabetically or chronologically.

    • Click the Generate table button.

 


Last updated 25 August 2017 at 23:48