|EVIDENCE BILL 1993 INTERIM REPORT||1|
|EVIDENCE BILL 1993 INTERIM REPORT||3|
|Membership of the Committee||5|
|TERMS OF REFERENCE||9|
|History of the Bill||11|
|Financial impact and cost||13|
|Form of the Bill||13|
|General scope of the Bill||13|
|General support for uniform legislation||14|
|The Committee's Inquiry||14|
|General support for the Bill||16|
|Familiarisation and monitoring||19|
|APPENDIX 1 Submissions Released for Publication||73|
|APPENDIX 2 Details of Meetings||77|
|APPENDIX 3 Attorney-General’s Department: Comparative Table||81|
|APPENDIX 4 Amendments Foreshadowed by Senator Spindler||121|
Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. (1994). Evidence Bill 1993 : interim report Retrieved March 2, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1665702006
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.
| title=Evidence Bill 1993 : interim report
| section=vii, 61,  pages ; 30 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 134 of 1994
| publisher=The Senate
| access-date=2 March 2021
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