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LAWS1141 Mid Sesson Problem Question

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II ISSUES A Whether s35P was in force at the time Since the section was introduced into the Act by the National Security Legislation Amendment Act (No 1) 2014 (Cth), and the conduct in question took place in 2016, the Act was therefore in force at the time. B Whether Mrs Bale disclosed information To determine if Mrs Bale breached s35P(1)(a) or s35P(2)(a), since ‘disclose’ was not defined in the Act, we turn to the dictionary to determine its meaning, and the non- exclusive list of extrinsic materials in s15AB(2) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (Cth),2 permits this. To disclose is to make something known publicly.3 However we cannot take its meaning literally as “the modern approach to statutory interpretation in...
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