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Interim orders

85A Interim orders

(1) The Minister may make an interim order under section 85 (1) .
(2) Section 85 (2) to (4A) does not apply to an interim order.
(3) To give effect to an interim order, the Minister must publish the interim order in the gazette.
(4) An interim order is in force during the period (the
"ban period" ) that—
(a) starts on the day (the
"start day" ) that is the day stated in the interim order, or the day the interim order is gazetted, whichever is the later; and
(b) ends at the end of 60 days after the start day.
(5) Before the ban period for the interim order ends, the Minister may, by gazette notice, extend the ban period for the interim order by a period of up to 30 days.
(7) An interim order may be extended only once.
(8) The Statutory Instruments Act 1992 , sections 49 to 51 apply to an interim order published in the gazette as if it were subordinate legislation.
Editor’s note—
This means that the interim order must be tabled in the Legislative Assembly and may be disallowed.

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