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Top : Parliamentary Practice and Procedure : Amendments

  • "Amendment." In Macmillan Dictionary of Australian Politics. 2nd ed. Edited by Dean Jaensch and Max Teichman.Melbourne: Macmillan, 1984, pp. 4-5.JQ4005 .J33 1984
  • "House of Representatives: Australian: Amendment of Standing Orders." Parliamentarian 60 (April 1979): 115.
  • Diver, Leslie C. "Consideration of the Subject Matter of Bills, in Rulings as to Whether Proposed Amendments Arein Order." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 3rd, Melbourne. Parliamentary Paper 153 (1970).
  • Edwards, John E. "Bills Which the Australian Senate May or May Not Amend." The Table 21 (1952): 61-64.
  • McKay, Thomas S. "Notification of and/or Circulation to Members of Amendments Proposed in Bills." InConference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 5th, Perth. Parliamentary Paper 135 (1972).
  • Roberts, John. "Amendements to Bills - Form of, Method of Handling and Transmission." In Conference ofPresiding Officers and Clerks, 6th, Darwin. Parliamentary Paper 235 (1974).

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