Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill addresses an anomaly in the Rates Rebate Act 1973, and ensure that retirement village residents are recognised as paying rates and are therefore entitled to apply for a rates rebate regardless of the billing practice of the local authority.

Current status

Royal Assent given 02 February 2018.
Enacted as the Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Act 2018 (2018/1)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Member's bill



All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 52
Ref 132-2
Introduced 5 May 2016
First reading 9 November 2016
Select Committee Local Government and Environment Committee
Public submissions due 31 January 2017
Select Committee report back 30 June 2017
Second reading 29 November 2017
Committee of the whole House 13 December 2017
Third reading 31 January 2018
Royal Assent 2 February 2018
Enacted as Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Act 2018 (2018/1)
Divided No

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