The objectives of this bill are to make it easier for eligible applicants to apply for a rates rebate, to replace the requirement to make a statutory declaration with a requirement to verify the application, and to allow authorities to design application forms for the purposes of the Rates Rebate Act 1973.
63 ayes (supporters)
42 noes (opposers)
Motion agreed to; Bill read a third time.
|Bill||Rates Rebate (Statutory Declarations) Amendment Bill|
|Vote date||22 July 2020|
|Reason||A party vote was called for on the question, That the Rates Rebate (Statutory Declarations) Amendment Bill be now read a third time.|
|Outcome||Bill read a third time.|
|Vote type||Party vote|
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