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Supplement to the general order effective 12 October 2020

Supplementary changes effective 12 October 2020 to the General Order of 29 September 2020.

This Supplement takes effect on 12 October 2020.

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The Hon Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria

I, the Hon Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria, state that the following administrative arrangements for responsibility for the following Acts of Parliament, provisions of Acts and functions will operate in substitution of the arrangements specified in the Administration of Acts General Order of 29 September 2020, in relation to the Acts, provisions of Acts and functions specified in this Supplement, from the Effective date of this Order:

Attorney-General

Acts Enumeration and Revision Act 1958

Administration and Probate Act 1958

Administrative Law Act 1978

Adoption Act 1984

Age of Majority Act 1977

Appeal Costs Act 1998

Attorney-General and Solicitor-General Act 1972

Bail Act 1977 – Except:

  • Section 3B (this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Youth Justice)

Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1996

Charities Act 1978

Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006

Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 – Except:

  • Chapters 3 and 4 (these Chapters are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection)
  • Chapter 5 (except Division 2 of Part 5.2 and sections 359 and 359A) (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Sections 359 and 359A (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Part 6.2 (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Youth Justice)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection and the Minister for Youth Justice)

Choice of Law (Limitation Periods) Act 1993

Civil Procedure Act 2010

Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) (Enforcement) Act 1995

Commercial Arbitration Act 2011

Commonwealth Places (Administration of Laws) Act 1970

Commonwealth Powers (De Facto Relationships) Act 2004

Commonwealth Powers (Family Law-Children) Act 1986

Confiscation Act 1997 – Except:

  • Section 134 (this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Crime Prevention)

Constitution Act 1975 –

  • Part III
  • Division 1 of Part IIIAA (this Division is jointly administered with the Premier)
  • Divisions 3 to 6 of Part IIIAA
  • Section 88 in so far as it relates to the appointment of Crown Counsel and Crown Counsel (Advisings)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Government Services, the Minister for Regulatory Reform, the Minister for Training and Skills and the Premier)

Constitution (Supreme Court) Act 1989

Constitutional Powers (Coastal Waters) Act 1980

Constitutional Powers (Request) Act 1980

Co-operative Schemes (Administrative Actions) Act 2001

Coroners Act 2008

Corporations (Administrative Actions) Act 2001

Corporations (Ancillary Provisions) Act 2001

Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2001

Corporations (Victoria) Act 1990

Council of Law Reporting in Victoria Act 1967

County Court Act 1958

Court Security Act 1980

Court Services Victoria Act 2014

Courts (Case Transfer) Act 1991

COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 –

  • Part 2.1 (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Victim Support and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Part 6.1 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations relating to the repeal of provisions inserted into an Act by Chapter 3 (in so far as it does relate to those matters, this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Victim Support and the Minister for Youth Justice)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Housing, the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Small Business, the Minister for Training and Skills, the Minister for Victim Support, the Minister for Workplace Safety, the Minister for Youth Justice and the Premier)

Crimes Act 1958

Crimes at Sea Act 1999

Crimes (Assumed Identities) Act 2004

Crimes (Controlled Operations) Act 2004

Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 – Except:

  • Sections 38C-38E, 38ZW, 42, 46 and 74 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support)
  • Sections 48-55, 57A, 57B, 58, 58A and 60-63(1), Division 3 of Part 7 and Part 7A (these provisions are jointly administered with the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers and the Minister for Mental Health)
  • Part 5A (this Part is jointly administered with the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Mental Health and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Part 7C (this Part is jointly administered with the Minister for Mental Health)

Criminal Organisations Control Act 2012

Criminal Procedure Act 2009

Crown Proceedings Act 1958

Defamation Act 2005

Domestic Building Contracts Act 1995 –

  • Part 5

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation)

Domicile Act 1978

Electoral Act 2002 –

  • Part 8

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Government Services and the Premier)

Electronic Transactions (Victoria) Act 2000

Equal Opportunity Act 2010

Evidence Act 2008

Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1958

Family Violence Protection Act 2008 – Except:

  • Parts 5A, 5B and 11, Division 1A of Part 13, sections 210A and 210B (these provisions are administered by the Minister for Prevention of Family Violence)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Prevention of Family Violence)

Federal Courts (State Jurisdiction) Act 1999

Fences Act 1968

Fines Reform Act 2014

Foreign Judgments Act 1962

Fortification Removal Act 2013

Freedom of Information Act 1982

Guardianship and Administration Act 2019

Honorary Justices Act 2014

Imperial Acts Application Act 1980

Imprisonment of Fraudulent Debtors Act 1958

Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011

Infringements Act 2006

Instruments Act 1958 – Except:

  • In so far as it relates to the functions of the Registrar-General and the management of the Office of the Registrar-General (in so far as it relates to those matters, the Act is administered by the Minister for Planning)

Interpretation of Legislation Act 1984

Judgment Debt Recovery Act 1984

Judicial College of Victoria Act 2001

Judicial Commission of Victoria Act 2016

Judicial Entitlements Act 2015

Judicial Proceedings Reports Act 1958

Juries Act 2000

Jurisdiction of Courts (Cross-vesting) Act 1987

Jury Directions Act 2015

Land Acquisition and Compensation Act 1986

Land Act 1958 –

  • In so far as it relates to the exercise of powers relating to leases and licences under Subdivisions 1 and 2 of Division 9 of Part I in respect of land described as Crown Allotment 22D of Section 30, Parish of Melbourne North being the site of the Victorian County Court
  • In so far as it relates to the land described as Crown Allotment 16 of Section 5, Elwood, Parish of Prahran being the site of the former Elwood Police Station:
    • Except Division 6 of Part I, Subdivision 3 of Division 9 of Part I, section 209 and the remainder of the Act where it relates to the sale and alienation of Crown Lands as set out in Administrative Arrangements Order No. 58 (these provisions are administered by the Assistant Treasurer)
    • Except sections 201, 201A and 399
  • Sections 22C-22E
  • Sections 201, 201A and 399 in so far as they relate to the land described as Crown Allotment 16 of Section 5, Elwood, Parish of Prahran being the site of the former Elwood Police Station (in so far as they relate to that land, these provisions are jointly administered with the Assistant Treasurer)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Assistant Treasurer, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Creative Industries, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Government Services, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Ports and Freight and the Minister for Roads and Road Safety )

Land Titles Validation Act 1994

Legal Aid Act 1978

Legal Identity of Defendants (Organisational Child Abuse) Act 2018

Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014

Legal Profession Uniform Law (Victoria)

Leo Cussen Institute (Registration as a Company) Act 2011

Limitation of Actions Act 1958

Local Government Act 1989 –

  • Sections 44-46, 48 and 49
  • Sections 223A, 223B and 223C
  • Sections 223BA-223BM
  • Section 243 in so far as it relates to municipal electoral tribunals and inspectors of municipal administration (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Local Government)
  • Schedule 4

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning and the Minister for Roads and Road Safety)

Local Government Act 2020 –

  • Division 4 of Part 7
  • Division 11 of Part 8
  • Sections 314 to 317, 325 and 327 in so far as these sections relate to the Chief Municipal Inspector (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Local Government)
  • Sections 325, 326 and 327 in so far as these sections relate to VCAT’s jurisdiction under Division 11 of Part 8 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Local Government)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Local Government)

Magistrates’ Court Act 1989

Maintenance Act 1965

Major Crime (Investigative Powers) Act 2004 – Except:

  • Part 3 (this Part is jointly administered with the Minister for Police and Emergency Services)

Marriage Act 1958

National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2018 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support

National Domestic Violence Order Scheme Act 2016

Oaths and Affirmations Act 2018

Ombudsman Act 1973 – Except:

  • Sections 3 – 6 (these sections are administered by the Premier)

Open Courts Act 2013

Parliamentary Committees Act 2003 –

  • Sections 7, 7A and 52 (in so far as these sections relate to public interest disclosures about conduct by or in the Victorian Inspectorate, these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Premier)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Premier)

Penalty Interest Rates Act 1983

Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 1968

Personal Property Securities (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2009

Personal Property Securities (Statute Law Revision and Implementation) Act 2010

Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act 2010

Powers of Attorney Act 2014

Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014

Professional Standards Act 2003

Property Law Act 1958 – Except:

  • In so far as it relates to the functions of the Registrar-General and the management of the Office of the Registrar-General (in so far as it relates to those matters, the Act is administered by the Minister for Planning)

Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 –

  • Sections 3 to 11, 15, 17 to 19, 20(2), 20(3), 20(6), 21 to 23, 28, 30, 31, Division 4 of Part 5, Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 8, Parts 9 and 10 (except section 198), section 208, Divisions 2 to 6 of Part 11 (except sections 233, 235, 236 and 237) in so far as those provisions relate to people in Victoria who, for the purpose of eliminating or reducing the serious risk to public health posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are detained in or directed to remain in, or are staying in, quarantine, isolation or emergency accommodation at a place (being a hotel or other facility or class of facility), designated by the Attorney-General and published in the Government Gazette

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Health)

Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012

Public Interest Monitor Act 2011

Public Notaries Act 2001

Public Prosecutions Act 1994

Relationships Act 2008 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Equality

Religious and Successory Trusts Act 1958

Residential Tenancies Act 1997 –

  • Part 11 (except subsection 447(1) and section 480)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Housing and the Minister for Planning)

Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind and other Agencies (Merger) Act 2005

Sentencing Act 1991 – Except:

  • Division 1C of Part 3 and section 89F (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support)
  • Subdivision 4 of Division 2 of Part 3 (this Subdivision is jointly administered with the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Division 2 of Part 3BA (this Division is jointly administered with the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers)
  • Divisions 3 to 6 of Part 3A (these Divisions are jointly administered with the Minister for Corrections)

Settled Land Act 1958

Severe Substance Dependence Treatment Act 2010 –

  • Sections 9-11 and 14-22

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Health)

Sheriff Act 2009

St Andrew’s Foundation Act 1997

Status of Children Act 1974

Summary Offences Act 1966

Supreme Court Act 1986

Surveillance Devices Act 1999

Telecommunications (Interception) (State Provisions) Act 1988

Terrorism (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2003

Terrorism (Community Protection) Act 2003 – Except:

  • Part 4 (this Part is administered by the Minister for Police and Emergency Services)

Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010

Transfer of Land Act 1958 – Except:

  • In so far as it relates to the functions of the Registrar of Titles and the management of the Office of Titles (in so far as it relates to those matters, the Act is administered by the Minister for Planning)

Trustee Act 1958

Trustee Companies Act 1984 –

  • The Act is jointly administered with the Treasurer

Unauthorized Documents Act 1958

Valuation of Land Act 1960 –

  • Divisions 1 and 2 of Part III, Divisions 4 and 5 of Part III where they relate to the determination of appeals by a Land Valuation Division of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and Part IV in so far as it relates to the administration of the above provisions

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Planning)

Vexatious Proceedings Act 2014

Victims’ Charter Act 2006 –

  • Section 21

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Victim Support)

Victims of Crime Assistance Act 1996 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support

Victims of Crime Commissioner Act 2015 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Victim Support

Victoria Law Foundation Act 2009

Victoria Park Land Act 1992

Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998

Victorian Inspectorate Act 2011

Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine Act 1985

Victorian Law Reform Commission Act 2000

Vital State Projects Act 1976 –

  • Sections 5-16

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Premier)

Wills Act 1997

Working with Children Act 2005

Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 –

  • Division 1 of Part 6

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered by the Assistant Treasurer and the Minister for Workplace Safety)

Wrongs Act 1958

Minister for Agriculture

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of Use) Act 1992

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Victoria) Act 1994

Agricultural Industry Development Act 1990

Biological Control Act 1986

Conservation, Forests and Lands Act 1987 –

  • Sections 11(1), 12, 28, 83, 88A, 91, 95A and 96 and Schedule 2 in so far as they relate to the exercise of powers for the purposes of:
    • sections 40 and 52AA of the Forests Act 1958
    • sections 1, 2, 3(1), 3B, 4-7(1), 7(3), 18, 19-22, 26A, 52, 53-55, 57, 75, 78-84, 94-100, 101, 102 and 103 of the Forests Act 1958 (these powers are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
    • the Sustainable Forests (Timber) Act 2004 except:
      • Part 9, sections 3, 22, 23(1) and 24 (these powers are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
      • Parts 2, 8, Division 1 of Part 6 and section 45 (these powers are administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
  • Sections 11(1), 28, 31-40, 83, 88A, 91 and 96 in so far as they relate to the exercise of powers for the purposes of:
    • Parts 3 and 5, Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 6 and section 5 of the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 (these powers are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
    • section 3 of the Land Conservation (Vehicle Control) Act 1972 (these powers are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
    • Part I (except section 4B), Parts III, IIIA, VIII and IX, sections 16, 35, 41-44, 47D, 48-48C, 53-58B and 86-86C and, in so far as it relates to the effective management of hunting, including preserving good order among hunters of wildlife, section 87 of the Wildlife Act 1975 (these powers are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
    • Part IIIB in so far as it relates to the hunting of game and sections 58C, 58D and 58E of the Wildlife Act 1975
  • Section 12 and Schedule 2 in so far as they relate to the exercise of powers relating to hunting of game for the purposes of the Wildlife Act 1975
  • Section 99 in so far as it relates to:
    • sections 40 and 52AA and sections 1, 2, 3(1), 3B, 4-7(1), 7(3), 18, 19-22, 26A, 52, 53-55, 57, 75, 78-84, 94-100, 101, 102 and 103 of the Forests Act 1958
    • the Sustainable Forests (Timber) Act 2004
    • Part I (except section 4B), Parts III, IIIA, VIII and IX, sections 16, 35, 41-44, 47D, 48-48C, 53-58B and 86-86C and, in so far as it relates to the effective management of hunting, including preserving good order among hunters of wildlife, section 87 of the Wildlife Act 1975
    • Part IIIB in so far as it relates to the hunting of game, Part VIIA and sections 58C, 58D and 58E of the Wildlife Act 1975 (in so far as it relates to those matters and provisions, this provision is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
    • section 5, Parts 3 and 5 and Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 6 of the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988
    • section 3 of the Land Conservation (Vehicle Control) Act 1972 (in so far as it relates to those matters and provisions, this provision is jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Fishing and Boating and the Minister for Water)

Control of Genetically Modified Crops Act 2004

Dairy Act 2000

Domestic Animals Act 1994

Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 –

  • Parts IVA and IVB
  • Part XI (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Health)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Health)

Farm Debt Mediation Act 2011

Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 –

  • Section 5, Parts 3 and 5 and Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 6 (these provisions are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

Food Act 1984 –

  • Section 63 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations related to primary production and processing standards (in so far as it relates to those matters this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Health)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Health)

Forests Act 1958 –

  • Sections 1, 2, 3(1), 3B, 4-7(1), 7(3), 18, 19-22, 26A, 52, 53-55, 57, 75, 78-84, 94-100, 101, 102 and 103 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
  • Sections 40 and 52AA

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

Forests (Wood Pulp Agreement) Act 1996

Game Management Authority Act 2014

Grain Handling and Storage Act 1995 –

  • Part 3

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Treasurer)

Impounding of Livestock Act 1994

Land Conservation (Vehicle Control) Act 1972 –

  • Section 3 (this section is jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

Livestock Disease Control Act 1994

Livestock Management Act 2010

Meat Industry Act 1993

Melbourne Market Authority Act 1977

Plant Biosecurity Act 2010

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1986

Rain-making Control Act 1967

Rural Assistance Schemes Act 2016

Seafood Safety Act 2003

Stock (Seller Liability and Declarations) Act 1993

Sustainable Forests (Timber) Act 2004 – Except:

  • Sections 3, 22, 23(1), 24 and Part 9 (these provisions are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
  • Part 2, section 45, Division 1 of Part 6 and Part 8 (these provisions are administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

Veterinary Practice Act 1997

Wildlife Act 1975 –

  • Parts I (except section 4B), III, IIIA, VIII and IX, sections 16, 35, 41-44, 47D, 48-48C, 53-58B, 86-86C and section 87 in so far as it relates to the effective management of hunting, including preserving good order among hunters of wildlife (these provisions are jointly administered with the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)
  • Part IIIB in so far as it relates to the hunting of game and sections 58C, 58D and 58E

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change)

Minister for Child Protection

Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005 – Except:

  • Parts 4, 5, 6A and 7A (these Parts are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education and the Minister for Health)
  • Sections 43 and 45 (these sections are jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education and the Minister for Health)
  • Part 7 (except sections 43 and 45) (this Part is administered by the Minister for Health)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Health)

Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 – Except:

  • Chapters 3 and 4 (these Chapters are jointly and severally administered with the Attorney-General)
  • Chapter 5 (except Division 2 of Part 5.2 and sections 359 and 359A) (these provisions are jointly and severally administered by the Attorney-General and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Sections 359 and 359A (these sections are jointly and severally administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Victim Support and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Part 6.2 (this Part is jointly and severally administered by the Attorney-General and the Minister for Youth Justice)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Attorney-General and the Minister for Youth Justice)

Commission for Children and Young People Act 2012 –

  • Part 4

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Youth Justice)

MacKillop Family Services Act 1998

State Trustees (State Owned Company) Act 1994 –

  • Part 4 (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Treasurer)

Minister for Early Childhood

Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005 – Except:

  • Parts 4, 5, 6A and 7A (these Parts are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection, the Minister for Education and the Minister for Health)
  • Sections 43 and 45 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education and the Minister for Health)
  • Part 7 (except sections 43 and 45) (this Part is administered by the Minister for Health)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection and the Minister for Health)

Children’s Services Act 1996 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education

COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 –

  • Part 6.1 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations relating to the repeal of provisions inserted into the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 by Part 5.1 (in so far as it does relate to those matters, this Part is jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Education, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Housing, the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Small Business, the Minister for Training and Skills, the Minister for Victim Support, the Minister for Workplace Safety, the Minister for Youth Justice and the Premier)

Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education

Education and Care Services National Law (Victoria) –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education

Education and Training Reform Act 2006 –

Where the provisions, powers and functions of this Act relate to international education, the Minister’s responsibilities under this Act are to be read subject to and together with the responsibilities of the Minister for Education, Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills

  • Section 1.1.3(1) (this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education, the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and Investment and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Section 2.5.3(2)(ab), (ib), (ic), (p)(ii) and (tb); section 2.5.3(5); section 2.6.3(1)(ca) (d)(ii), (ea), (fa), (g), (i), (j), (m) and (2); section 2.6.13A; section 2.6.17; section 2.6.20; section 2.6.23; section 2.6.56A; section 2.6.56B; section 2.6.58(1B), 1BA(c) and (1C); Part 2.6, Division 3A; Part 2.6, Division 7A; Part 2.6, Division 8; Part 2.6, Division 8A; Part 2.6, Division 9; Part 2.6, Division 9A; Part 2.6, Division 13A; Part 2.6, Division 13B; Part 2.6, Division 15A; Part 5.10; section 6.1.35; section 6.1.36; section 6.1.37; section 6.1.38 and Schedule 5, clause 5 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Education, the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills)

Pre-school Teachers and Assistants (Leave) Act 1984 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Education

Minister for Education

Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005 –

  • Parts 4, 5, 6A and 7A (these Parts are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection, the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Health)
  • Sections 43 and 45 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Health)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Child Protection, the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Health)

Children’s Services Act 1996 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood

COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 –

  • Part 6.1 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations relating to the repeal of provisions inserted into the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 by Part 5.1 (in so far as it does relate to those matters, this Part is jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Housing, the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Small Business, the Minister for Training and Skills, the Minister for Victim Support, the Minister for Workplace Safety, the Minister for Youth Justice and the Premier)

Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood

Education and Care Services National Law (Victoria) –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood

Education and Training Reform Act 2006 – Except:

Where the provisions, powers and functions of this Act relate to international education, the Minister’s responsibilities under this Act are to be read subject to and together with the responsibilities of the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills

  • Section 1.1.3(1) (this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Section 2.5.3 (except sections 2.5.3(2)(ab), (ib), (ic), (p)(ii) and (tb) and section 2.5.3(5)) in so far as it relates to vocational education and training and senior secondary certificate delivery by registered education and training organisations and adult community and further education providers, Parts 3.1 and 3.3, Division 4 of Part 4.3, section 4.4.5 in so far as it relates to courses delivered and qualifications issued to students other than students in schools, sections 5.2.1(2)(d)(ii) and 5.2.1(2)(f), Divisions 2 and 3 of Part 5.4, Part 5.5, section 6.1.6, section 6.1.19 (except section 6.1.19(1)), sections 6.1.20, 6.1.26, 6.1.31, 6.1.32 and 6.1.33, Schedule 4 - to the extent it does not relate to international education (these provisions are administered by the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Section 2.5.3 (except sections 2.5.3(2)(ab), (ib), (ic), (p)(ii) and (tb) and section 2.5.3(5)) (to the extent it relates to international education) (this section is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Section 2.5.3(2)(ab), (ib), (ic), (p)(ii) and (tb); section 2.5.3(5); section 2.6.3(1)(ca) (d)(ii), (ea), (fa), (g), (i), (j), (m) and (2); section 2.6.13A; section 2.6.17; section 2.6.20; section 2.6.23; section 2.6.56A; section 2.6.56B; section 2.6.58(1B), (1BA)(c) and (1C); Part 2.6, Division 3A; Part 2.6, Division 7A; Part 2.6, Division 8; Part 2.6, Division 8A; Part 2.6, Division 9; Part 2.6, Division 9A; Part 2.6, Division 13A; Part 2.6, Division 13B; Part 2.6, Division 15A; Part 5.10; section 6.1.35; section 6.1.36; section 6.1.37; section 6.1.38 and Schedule 5, clause 5 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood)
  • Schedule 4 (to the extent it relates to international education) (this Schedule is jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Part 3.2, Division 5 of Part 4.3 and sections 4.4.4 and 4.6.3 (these provisions are administered by the Minister for Higher Education)
  • Division 6 of Part 4.3, Division 7 of Part 4.3, sections 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 in so far as they relate to courses delivered and qualifications issued to students other than students in schools, section 4.4.3, sections 4.6.4, 4.7.5, 4.7.6, 4.7.10, 4.7.12, 5.2.1(2)(d)(iv), Division 3 of Part 5.8 and sections 6.1.27 and 6.1.29 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered by the Minister for Higher Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Part 4.5 in so far as it relates to courses delivered to overseas students, other than overseas students in schools (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Trade and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Sections 4.2.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.3, 4.2.6, 4.2.7 and 4.2.9 and Part 5.10 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Higher Education, the Minister for Training and Skills, and in so far as these provisions relate to international education, with the Minister for Trade)
  • Sections 6.1.21 and 6.1.22 (these sections are jointly administered with the Minister for Higher Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Sections 4.2.4, 4.2.5, 4.2.8 in so far as these sections relate to international education (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Trade, the Minister for Higher Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Chapter 1 (except section 1.1.3(1)), Part 4.1, sections 4.6.1 and 4.6.2, Part 4.6A, sections 4.7.2, 4.7.3, 4.7.4, 4.7.7, 4.7.8, 4.7.9 and 4.7.11, Part 4.8, Part 4.9, Part 5.1, Part 5.2 (except sections 5.2.1(2)(d)(ii), 5.2.1(2)(d)(iv) and 5.2.1(2)(f)), sections 5.3.1, 5.3.2 and 5.3.3, Part 5.3A, Division 1 of Part 5.4, section 5.7.2, Division 1 of Part 5.8, Division 2 of Part 5.8, sections 5.8.4, 5.8.6, 5.8.7, 5.8.7A, 5.8.8 and 5.8.9, Part 5.9, sections 6.1.9, 6.1.19(1), 6.1.23, 6.1.24 and 6.1.30, Schedules 3, 5 (except clause 5), 8 and 9 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Higher Education and the Minister for Training and Skills)
  • Section 6.1.25, Schedules 2 and 6 (these provisions are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Training and Skills)

Pre-school Teachers and Assistants (Leave) Act 1984 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood

Royal Melbourne Hospital (Redevelopment) Act 1992 –

  • Section 7

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Health)

Serpell Joint Schools Act 1981

Minister for Health

Abortion Law Reform Act 2008 –

  • The Act is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Women

Anglican Welfare Agency Act 1997

Assisted Reproductive Treatment Act 2008

Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005 –

  • Parts 4, 5, 6A and 7A (these Parts are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection, the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Education)
  • Sections 43 and 45 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Early Childhood and the Minister for Education)
  • Part 7 (except sections 43 and 45)

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Child Protection and the Minister for Early Childhood)

Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2003

COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 –

  • Part 6.1 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations relating to the repeal of provisions inserted into an Act by Part 5.6

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Housing, the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Small Business, the Minister for Training and Skills, the Minister for Victim Support, the Minister for Workplace Safety, the Minister for Youth Justice and the Premier)

Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978 –

  • Sections 17B, 17BAA, 17BA, 17CA, 17CC, 17D, 17DAA, 17DA, 18A and 18B in so far as they relate to the exercise of powers in relation to the land described as Crown Allotment 3 Section 13A at Parkville Parish of Jika Jika
  • Part 3 (except sections 17AB, 17C and 18) in so far as it relates to the land shown as:
    • Crown Allotment 1, Section 54D at Bendigo, Parish of Sandhurst
    • Crown Allotment 7, Section 83C at Bendigo, Parish of Sandhurst
    • Crown Allotment 2105 at Bendigo, Parish of Sandhurst
    • Crown Allotments 2120 and 2121 at Bendigo, Parish of Sandhurst on Certified Plan OP123343 lodged with the Central Plan Office

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Assistant Treasurer, the Minister for Business Precincts, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Ports and Freight, the Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events and the Premier)

Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 – Except:

  • Parts IVA and IVB (these Parts are administered by the Minister for Agriculture)
  • Part XI (this Part is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Agriculture)

Epworth Foundation Act 1980

Food Act 1984 – Except:

  • Section 63 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations related to primary production and processing standards, this provision is jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Agriculture

Gene Technology Act 2001

Health (Commonwealth State Funding Arrangements) Act 2012

Health Complaints Act 2016

Health (Fluoridation) Act 1973

Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Victoria) Act 2009

Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Victoria)

Health Practitioners (Special Events Exemption) Act 1999

Health Records Act 2001

Health Services Act 1988

Howard Florey Institute of Experimental Physiology and Medicine (Repeal) Act 2007

Human Tissue Act 1982

Improving Cancer Outcomes Act 2014 –

  • Section 18

(The Act is otherwise jointly and severally administered with the Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy)

Land Act 1958 –

  • In so far as it relates to the exercise of powers relating to leases and licences under Subdivisions 1 and 2 of Division 9 of Part I in respect of:
    • the land described as Crown Allotment 60 A1 in the Parish of Traralgon and contained in Crown Lease Volume 1212 Folio 519
    • the land described as Crown Allotment 2064 in the Parish of Mildura, being the land on which the Mildura Hospital is located
    • the land described as Crown Allotment 2633 in the Parish of Jika Jika shown on the plan numbered OP123398 lodged in the Central Plan Office, being the site of the new Royal Children's Hospital

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Assistant Treasurer, the Attorney-General, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Creative Industries, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Government Services, the Minister for Ports and Freight and the Minister for Roads and Road Safety)

Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation Act 2017

Medical Research Institutes Repeal Act 2008

Medical Treatment Planning and Decision Act 2016

Non-Emergency Patient Transport Act 2003

Pharmacy Regulation Act 2010

Prohibition of Human Cloning for Reproduction Act 2008

Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 – Except:

  • Sections 3 to 11, 15, 17 to 19, 20(2), 20(3), 20(6), 21 to 23, 28, 30, 31, Division 4 of Part 5, Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 8, Parts 9 and 10 (except section 198), section 208, Divisions 2 to 6 of Part 11 (except sections 233, 235, 236 and 237) in so far as those provisions relate to people in Victoria who, for the purpose of eliminating or reducing the serious risk to public health posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are detained in or directed to remain in, or are staying in, quarantine, isolation or emergency accommodation at a place (being a hotel or other facility or class of facility), designated by the Attorney-General and published in the Government Gazette (in so far as they relate to those matters, these provisions are administered by the Attorney-General)

Radiation Act 2005

Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2008

Royal Melbourne Hospital (Redevelopment) Act 1992 – Except:

  • Section 7 (this section is administered by the Minister for Education)

Safe Drinking Water Act 2003

Safe Patient Care (Nurse to Patient and Midwife to Patient Ratios) Act 2015

Severe Substance Dependence Treatment Act 2010 – Except:

  • Sections 9-11 and 14-22 (these sections are administered by the Attorney-General)

Therapeutic Goods (Victoria) Act 2010

Tobacco Act 1987

Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017

Minister for Local Government

City of Melbourne Act 2001

COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 –

  • Part 6.1 in so far as it relates to the making of regulations relating to the repeal of provisions inserted into an Act by Part 5.3

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Minister for Corrections, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Early Childhood, the Minister for Education, the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, the Minister for Health, the Minister for Housing, the Minister for Industry Support and Recovery, the Minister for Local Government, the Minister for Planning, the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Minister for Small Business, the Minister for Training and Skills, the Minister for Victim Support, the Minister for Workplace Safety, the Minister for Youth Justice and the Premier

Libraries Act 1988 –

  • Part 4 and section 53 in so far as it relates to Part 4

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Minister for Creative Industries)

Local Government Act 1989 – Except:

  • Sections 44-46, 48 and 49 (these sections are administered by the Attorney-General)
  • Section 243 (in so far as it relates to municipal electoral tribunals and inspectors of municipal administration, this section is jointly and severally administered with the Attorney-General)
  • Schedule 4 (this Schedule is administered by the Attorney-General)
  • Sections 223A, 223B and 223C (these sections are administered by the Attorney-General
  • Sections 223BA - 223BM (these sections are administered by the Attorney-General)
  • Part 8B (this Part is administered by the Minister for Planning)
  • Clauses 4 and 9(3) of Schedule 11 and section 123 in so far as it relates to the revocation of local laws made pursuant to the powers conferred by those clauses by reason of section 207 of the Act (these provisions are administered by the Minister for Roads and Road Safety)

Local Government Act 2020 – Except:

  • Division 4 of Part 7 (this Division is administered by the Attorney-General)
  • Division 11 of Part 8 (this Division is administered by the Attorney-General)
  • Sections 314 to 317, 325 and 327 in so far as these sections relate to the Chief Municipal Inspector (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Attorney-General)
  • Sections 325, 326 and 327 in so far as these sections relate to VCAT’s jurisdiction under Division 11 of Part 8 (these sections are jointly and severally administered with the Attorney-General)
  • Local Government (Casey City Council) Act 2020

Local Government (Central Goldfields Shire Council) Act 2017

Local Government (South Gippsland Shire Council) Act 2019

Local Government (Whittlesea City Council) Act 2020

Municipal Association Act 1907

Municipalities Assistance Act 1973

Prahran Mechanics’ Institute Act 1899

Victorian Local Government Grants Commission Act 1976

Minister for Mental Health

Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 –

  • Sections 48-55, 57A, 57B, 58, 58A and 60-63(1), Division 3 of Part 7 and Part 7A (these provisions are jointly administered with the Attorney-General and the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers)
  • Part 5A (this Part is jointly administered with the Attorney-General, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers and the Minister for Youth Justice)
  • Part 7C (this Part is jointly administered with the Attorney-General)

(The Act is otherwise administered by the Attorney-General, the Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, the Minister for Victim Support and the Minister for Youth Justice)

Mental Health Act 2014

Reviewed 29 November 2020

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