Category Legal Affairs

Insurance Bill published by parliament

01 February 2016 Norton Rose Fulbright

The Insurance Bill [B1-2016] was tabled in parliament on 27 January 2016 and has been published by parliament.

Here is a link to the Parliamentary Monitoring Group which in turn will link you to the published version of the Bill (

No comment has been invited by parliament yet. The Bill is at the first stage of the legislative process. Those affected should start preparing any submissions they want to make because there will be an opportunity to do so.

The Bill is a long one and parliamentary committees are busy. We recommend that any submissions made are not longer than necessary.


First published by: Financial Institutions Legal Snapshot

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