|Thirteenth Report of the Senate Select Committee on Superannuation Super Regs I Superannuation (Resolution of Complaints) Regulations Statutory Rules 1994 No. 56||1|
|Thirteenth Report of the Senate Select Committee on Superannuation Super Regs I||3|
|CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION||11|
|CHAPTER 2: MEDICAL COMPLAINTS: NOT YET?||17|
|CHAPTER 3: MEDICAL COMPLAINTS: NOW?||27|
|CHAPTER 4: COMPROMISE POSITIONS||35|
|CHAPTER 5: REGULATING FOR JURISDICTION: AN INAPPROPRIATE DELEGATION?||37|
|CHAPTER 6: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS||39|
|APPENDIX A TERMS OF REFERENCE 19 May 1993||41|
|APPENDIX B: LIST OF COMMITTEE REPORTS AND PAPERS||43|
|APPENDIX C LIST OF WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS||45|
|APPENDIX D: LIST OF WITNESSES AT PUBLIC HEARINGS||47|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Superannuation.
| author2=Watson, John.
| title=Super regs I
| section=v, 38 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 170 of 1994, Report no. 13
| publisher=Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
| access-date=1 March 2021
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