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This database contains Bills of the State of South Australia. The South Australian Office of Parliamentary Counsel maintains a database of Bills on its website. All material herein is reproduced by permission, but does not purport to be the official or authorised version.
Database last updated: 1 December 2022
This is date AustLII last updated this database and does not necessarily indicate the currency of the database. This database is updated from data obtained directly from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel website on a daily basis. AustLII aims to publish updates on each weekday. Any Bills introduced into Parliament after the most recent update will not be available from this database. More recent updates may be available from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel website.
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