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Procedure and Privileges Committee

Legislative Assembly

Title & summary Status
No inquiries
Report No Title Date tabled Related documents
7 Corruption and Crime Commission Report on Behalf of the Procedure and Privileges Committee of the Legislative Assembly: Report on Issues Relating to Record Keeping in the Ministerial Office of the Hon John James Mansell Bowler MLA6 Nov 2008
6 Report on Persons Adversely Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Mr Noel Crichton-Browne19 Jun 2008
5 Inquiry Conducted Into Alleged Misconduct by Mr John Edwin McGrath MLA, Mr John Robert Quigley MLA and Mr Benjamin Sana Wyatt MLA10 Jun 2008
4 Review of the Legislative Assembly Committee System15 May 2008
3 Report on Persons Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Mr Mike Allen15 May 2008
2 Report on Persons Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Mr Paul Frewer3 Apr 2008
1 Review of E-Petitions20 Mar 2008
4 Report on Persons Referred to the Legislative Assembly - Mr Malcolm McCusker AO QC27 Nov 2007
2 Inquiry into the Member for Murchison-Eyre's Unauthorised Release of Committee Documents and Related Matters20 Jun 2007More...
3 Standing Committee Designation5 Apr 2007
1 Report on Persons Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Mr Guiseppe (Joe) Passione22 Mar 2007
7 Review of the Premier's Statement Temporary Order and Other Matters Relating to Extended Session Parliaments23 Nov 2006
6 Standing and Select Committees' Terms of Reference and Report Dates - Standing Order 25523 Nov 2006
5 Members of Parliament (Financial Interests) Act 1992 Review23 Nov 2006
4 Standing Orders minor adjustment15 Sep 2006
3 Effective Repetition Decision in Buchanan v Jennings13 Apr 2006
2 Minor Adjustments to the Standing Orders13 Apr 2006
1 Report on Persons Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Mr Malcolm Shervill and Mr David Caporn9 Mar 2006
3 Inquiry into a Matter Referred to the Committee by the Legislative Assembly on 1 December 200522 Dec 2005
2 Premier's Statement Standing Order23 Nov 2005
1 Persons Referred to in the Legislative Assembly - Dr Ananth Pullela22 Sep 2005
Purpose of undertakings

When the Committee finds an issue in delegated legislation, it may request an undertaking from the relevant local government or Minister to fix the issue (for example, by amending the delegated legislation).

A person or body giving an undertaking commits to do certain actions within a certain timeframe, for example to:

  • amend delegated legislation within a certain timeframe (usually 6 months) and not enforce it in the meantime;
  • provide a copy of the undertakings wherever the delegated legislation is publically available (such as at a local government office or on a website);
  • provide a copy of the minutes of the meeting at which the council of a local government resolved to provide an undertaking.

Giving an undertaking to a Parliamentary Committee is a serious matter. A failure to comply with an undertaking may be reported to the Legislative Council for further action.

Title & summary Status
No proceedings