The place to access your Free Legal Rights Information

Queensland Productivity Commission Act 2015 – 20 November 2015

Download PDF

Queensland Productivity Commission Act 2015 – 20 November 2015

Queensland Productivity Commission Regulation 2015 – 4 December 2015

Quick to view summary

The Queensland Productivity Commission is established as a body corporate. The Commission represents the State. The functions of the Commission include: to facilitate and promote productivity in Queensland; to undertake inquiries about matters relating to productivity, economic development and industry in Queensland as directed by the Minister; to advise the Minister about matters relating to productivity, economic development and industry in Queensland as requested by the Minister; to conduct research and analysis of matters relating to productivity, economic development and industry in Queensland; to advise government agencies about complying with the principle of competitive neutrality (among other functions). For a full listing of functions, refer to section 9 of the Act.

  • Sections 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 43, 45

A person that is, or could be, in competition with a government agency in a particular market; and/or a person that is, or could be, adversely affected by a competitive advantage the person alleges is enjoyed by a government agency may make a competitive neutrality complaint to the commission, pursuant to section 34 of the Act. For details on what constitutes the principle of competitive neutrality, refer to section 32 of the Act. The outcome of a competitive neutrality complaint where investigated is a public report – see sections 39 and 42 of the Act. For the definitions of ‘business activity’ and ‘government agency’, refer to Schedule 1 of the Act.

  • Sections 5, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, Schedule 1; Regulation 2
Reason for law

To establish the Queensland Productivity Commission to provide independent economic and policy advice to the State with the goal of increasing productivity, driving economic growth and improving living standards in Queensland. (Section 2)

Relevant links

Queensland Productivity Commission

How to make a complaint

Critique

N/A

Advertising

APL-advertising-200

× Note: Advertising on this webpage does not indicate that the entity advertising has any specialist expertise or accreditation. If specialist expertise or accreditation is promoted by the advertiser, they will have provided such information in their logo with no involvement from Access Point Law. It is expressly made clear that Access Point Law does not guarantee any level of expertise or accreditation of any advertiser and does not guarantee the accuracy of advertising information. You are encouraged to make your own enquires.

The author expressly disclaims all liability for loss or damage arising from your use or reliance on advertising information published at any time on this website.

Disclaimer: The information published on this webpage has been provided free for the benefit of the public and does not act as advice to any individual or other entity. If you require advice relating to your situation, go visit your professional adviser. The author and any third party advertising on this webpage expressly disclaim all liability for loss or damage arising from your use or reliance on the information published at any time on this webpage.

PLEASE NOTE: The information published on this webpage may be out-of-date. Please compare the currency date of the Act/Regulation against that published on the Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel website. If you require access to Commonwealth statute law, please visit the ComLaw website. If you require access to the local council laws (by-laws), please visit the Local laws database.

Featured image from Flickr Commons –https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/14783131515/

APL-SS BULLETINGLOBAL LAW PROGRAM LOGO

Access Point Law | ABN 85 103 203 656
Copyright 2015 Andrew Bird