Extrinsic materials are sources that are not included in the statute itself, but help clarify the meaning intended by Parliament. These materials can include Explanatory Memoranda, Hansard and Law Reform Commission publications.
Extrinsic materials are often found alongside the Bill in parliamentary websites.
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|Australian Capital Territory||ACT Legislation Registry|
|New South Wales||Parliament of New South Wales|
|Northern Territory||Register of Legislation|
|South Australia||Bills of the Parliament of South Australia|
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