Constitution of Urabba Parks/Section 133
Legislative powers and responsibilities in relation to this Chapter[edit | edit source]
Corporate plans and corporate policies[edit | edit source]
(1) The Parliament may make, revoke and alter corporate plans and corporate policies under this subsection.
(2) Until the Parliament otherwise provides, and subject to its disallowance, the Manager‑General in Council may make, revoke and alter documents the Parliament may make under this section.
Legislative responsibilities[edit | edit source]
(3) The Parliament and the legislature of each jurisdictional division is responsible to make laws in ensuring and promoting the compliance of Urabba Parks (or in the case of a jurisdictional division – the jurisdictional division) and entity falling under its jurisdiction:
- (a) with any law;
- (b) with its responsibilities as provided in this Chapter (including with corporate plans and corporate policies); and
- (c) to the extent that the entity is a charity, with the governance standards.
(4) A law is not made under this section by virtue of falling in subsection (3).
Relevant notes from the Explanatory Memorandum[edit | edit source]
317. Subsection (1) provides that Parliament may make, revoke and alter corporate plans and corporate policies under the subsection.
319. Subsection (3) provides that Urabba Parks and the jurisdictional divisions have responsibilities to ensure the compliance of entities within its jurisdiction with any law, its responsibilities under this Chapter (particularly under the Urabba Parks Bill of Rights in Part 2 of Chapter 9), and the governance standards (if the entity is a charity). In order to ensure the effectiveness of these laws ensuring compliance, subsection (4) provides that a law is not made under this Chapter because of falling in subsection (3).