What are some laws in Australia?
The Crimes Act (1900)cth
The Family Act (1975)cth
The Marriage Act (1969)cth
The Anti-Discrimination Act (19...)NSW
The Child Protection (Offenders Registration)Act (2000)NSW
The Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Amendment Act (2002)NSW
The Children and Young Offenders (Care and Protection) Act (1998)NSW
The states are basically countries in their own right and can in fact withdraw from the federation of Australia if they so wished. The Territories have no sovereignty and are administered by the federal government, Further details: The states represent the original six colonies (founded by Britain) that joined, or federated, to become the Commonwealth of Australia on 1 January 1901. At that time, the Northern Territory was part of South Australia and the Australian…
Yes and no. The last real legal and/or political tie to Britain was severed on 3 March 1986, when the Australia Acts came into effect. The Australia Acts declared that Australia had the status of a Sovereign, Independent and Federal Nation. The nation still retains Elizabeth II as head of state, but her position as Australia's head of state is a completely separate position from her position as the head of state of any other…
American pitbulls are generally illegal in Australia. Other bred variations of the pitbull are not illegal...yet. Please note that Australia is a state based country and as such, each states has its own laws. If you are not certain about the law in your state, contact the local canine association - they will know the law applicable to you.
Not an easy Question, Depends on Which Country you are in, and which State in the Country. Some Counties laws change from state to state. IE: Australia, USA, Russia, I think Canada also, just to name some. But in Victoria (Australia) the Min age is 16. But we have got younger Teen Mums. Each case gets play on it's own. Some Teen Mums get to keep the child. But Some are given up for adoption…
Can Australian law force the sale of property in the UK owned by British citizens but residing in Australia?
The import of live animals into Australia is controlled by the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, and the Quarantine Act 1908. These laws apply to anyone who intends to bring a live exotic animal into Australia. In order to be eligible for import into Australia, a species must be listed on the List of Specimens Taken to be Suitable for Live Import.
Kevin Rudd was the Prime Minister of Australia. Basically, this meant he led the government, consulted with other senators and the members of his cabinet about laws, and had the final say in laws that are passed. He was the one who decided how Australia's money would be spent. He is now no longer Prime Minister, and his future is yet to be decided.