2—Insertion of section 5A
After section 5 insert:
5A—Amendments to Act to maintain national consistency
(a) the Parliament of the Commonwealth enacts an amendment to the Commonwealth Act (the "Commonwealth amendment"); and
(b) the Governor is satisfied that an amendment that corresponds, or substantially corresponds, to the Commonwealth amendment should be made to this Act,
the Governor may, by regulation, amend this Act to give effect to the Commonwealth amendment as a law of South Australia.
(2) The Governor may, as part of any regulation made under subsection (1)
in respect of a Commonwealth amendment, make any additional provision (including so as to modify the terms of the Commonwealth amendment or to provide for related or transitional matters) considered by the Governor to be necessary to ensure that the Commonwealth amendment has proper effect under the law of South Australia.
(3) A regulation made under this section in respect of a Commonwealth amendment may, if the regulation so provides, take effect from the day of the commencement of the Commonwealth amendment (including a day that is earlier than the day of the regulation's publication in the Gazette).