Central Queensland Coal Associates Agreement and Queensland Coal Trust Act 1984 – 1 March 2002
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Acquisitions of units under a particular trust deed may require governmental consent.
- Section 9
Reason for law
To amend an existing agreement. (Long title to Act)
This Act may only be historical. May now be abolished.
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