Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel

A Queensland authority

To draft Bills and other instruments for use in the Legislative Assembly. To draft subordinate legislation, other than exempt instruments. In drafting, to provide advice on alternative ways of achieving policy objectives and the application of fundamental legislative principles. To provide advice to the Governor in Council, Ministers and units of the public sector on the lawfulness of proposed subordinate legislation being drafted. To ensure that the statute book is of the highest standard. To prepare reprints of Queensland legislation. To make arrangements for printing and publication of Bills and Queensland legislation. To provide comprehensive, high quality legislative publications and information.

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